I did not have a allergic reaction after eating here, i found their pizza to be one of the better ones I've found in the area.
I do not consider their gluten free menu is worth trying. We tried many times and I was disappointed every time. Ceaser salad, pizza not good.
The only good thing was the shrimp which is hard to mess up. My husbands pot roast was burnt and the potatoes & carrots were no cooked (still crunchy). I also had the GF pizza and it was not good. The crust was weird & reminded me of Amy's GF pizza which I hate, the only good thing was that it held together but it did not taste like pizza crust. More like polenta or somthing with no texture to it. Not going back.
Please be very careful eating at this restaurant. Lot's of the right things are said and written on the menu, but many of the "gluten free" items are, in fact, not gluten free. The gluten free beer specifically said it was not. Thankfully, my server found out that none of the advertised gluten free spring rolls, or other appetizers,which I was interested in, we're gluten free. This place does not understand gluten free and is using this as a marketing tool. This is not a place for people who have Celiac.
great food, great service, large gf menu