Spoleto has delicious gluten free pasta and flatbreads. It’s a build your own experience, and the staff swaps gloves and uses separate clean pans. Everything is made to order while you watch! Basically all the toppings except the giant meatball are gluten free, as are all of the sauces. I have eaten there 3-4 times in the past six weeks that I have lived nearby, and have been happy every time!
Excellent! We wound up being the first customers of the day so I can speak to cross contamination risk, but it seems like they know what they're doing. I had the new classic risotto and it was very good. It's nice to have so many options.
I have celiac disease and feel safe eating here because the staff seems trained to change their gloves and use different surfaces. It does make me a little nervous sometimes though that their pesto is used with a brush, the same brush that probably touched bread. That being said, I rarely eat here. It is a bit pricey and I'm just not in love with the food.
I hate to be the one person with a negative review but I really have never been satisfied with Spoleto. The past is always over cooked, the chicken is overpriced and dry, and the staff knows nothing. (To the girl who said the pesto isn’t safe- not true. I’ve gotten it multiple times with no issue.) it’s also insanely overpriced, and you pay $2 extra for GF, getting half as much food as regular dishes. Not worth it.
I would give 5 stars but the guy at the front thought that gluten was cheese BUT he was honestly doing it out of concern and my food came out perfectly, I did not get sick. many gluten and dairy free options huge portions and nice atmosphe. they cook your food in New pans with New utencils, change gloves, and the gluten free pasta is not boiled in the same water as regular pasta.
I had Penne Pasta, with sausage, mushrooms, garlic with red sauce. They cook the noodles separately and then mix your entree. Let them know you have celiac/allergy. They will change Gloves.
The staff here were very helpful and asked if I had Coeliacs (which I do). All the filling choices and sauces, including chicken stock, were GF and they got my pasta from out back in an individual bag, used fresh utensils to cook, and communicated down the line it was GF. The food was super delicious and cheap.