They definitely have options for GF so you won't go hungry but the food overall wasn't very good honestly. Atmosphere and service is nice. Appreciate the effort of the accommodation, always.
They have their own gluten free menu and options include gluten free noodles as well as other items. I don't know how strict they are in terms of how close together everything is cooked but they seem to be conscious of people's sensitivities just let your waiter know.
Servers aren't aware of options, pasta is fine, but the chicken is gross. Never had a contamination problem, but the food is simply not good.
They were very informed about gluten-free. The food was delicious! I didn't get sick, will definitely be going back!
I've never had a problem and been here often. The GF Mizithra is so tasty!
Recently diagnosed celiac! I was pleasantly surprised to see TOSF had a gluten free pasta. It tasted fine. My waiter had no idea about GF so my hope would be that they teach the staff. As far as the options it's fine, they left croutons off my salad and made sure not to bring the bread at the same time as my salad and gf meal. Wouldn't be my first choice because I think the menu is already so limited, but I'd go back if others wanted too.
While TOSF has always been a favorite in my family, we were sad to see it no longer an option when my husband was diagnosed celiac. Not two weeks later we learned they had gf pasta. We started eating there, and it was great. This location, in Trolley Square, has declined recently though. The pasta is ALWAYS undercooked to the point of still being raw sometimes. We've had to send our pasta back multiple times until they get it right. When cooked properly, the pasta is amazing! The last time we went (about two weeks ago), my husband became violently ill - he'd been glutenized. The location that is further south of SLC, UT has glutenized my husband EVERY SINGLE TIME we've eaten there. We have a three strike rule - three times of glutenizing us, and you're banned. I am now 100% gluten free as well, and have been diagnosed gluten sensitive (small world!). We cannot take the chance of eating at these locations anymore. They're food is so good, when cooked properly. And their staff has the training, they just don't apply it. We have a waitress bring out our food at the same time as the table next to us, and the bread sloshed into my husband's dish. She fixed everything, handed it out, and left. My husband had to get a new meal, and she got huffy about it. No thanks. I'm sorry, TOSF, but you're banned as far as Utah locations are concerned. I hear there are SEVERAL other locations - maybe we can visit those.
I give 4 stars because I felt perfectly safe eating there, but to be honest the food was pretty mediocre (would give three stars if we were only talking about quality). I got the alfredo with chicken which came with a side salad and a small ice cream dessert for about $17 so decent value. Family friendly establishment.
I always get the gluten free pasta with browned butter and Mizithra cheese (if you cant do dairy there are other options) with an added GF sauted (seasoned) chicken breast. Sooo good. Haven't gotten ill and I've eaten here several times. They have a gluten free menu and wait-staff are well- informed.
It's a corn and rice based spiral pasta which costs $.99 more and can be had with 4 or 5 different sauce choices. Our pasta came out with a little flag in the middle indicating the GF pasta. We had the browned butter and mizithra cheese sauce, and were quite pleased.
I work here. I got a breaded chicken breast with sauce to eat(breaded with rice flour only) and I got horribly sick. They do cook their GF noodles in a safe manner, but sauce comes from the same bins they use for their non gf noodles. Possible cross contamination there. Be careful.
The dessert is ice cream, the GF menu is not extensive. There is gluten free pasta you can substitute. Flavor was ok. This was not a bad experience but NOT great! Do not think your going to get a great option. Side note I got the breast of chicken Alfredo but I had 7 small cubes of chicken.
Separate prep areas. Gluten free pasta for the kids. Service was a little "iffy", but finding gf food made up for it.
The food was alright. Our server didn't know much about gluten free and when we asked about gluten free appetizers she offered us the bread. The menu says to speak to a manager, when we asked she assured us it was okay. Then after explaining how I need gluten free and have celiac she brought my salad out with croutons, she fixed it but made me uneasy about the rest of the meal. The manager wasn't very helpful either. Wouldn't recommend.
They have a "gluten friendly" menu where certain dishes can be made with gf pasta or modified to not contain gluten ingredients. Got sick after eating the gf cheese and brown butter pasta with a side salad without croutons. They do disclaim that they cannot avoid cross contamination.
Nice place. GF menu. Pastas, steak, chicken, mussels.
The pasta here is wonderful, and the portions are huge. I have celiac disease and I enjoy eating here. The only thing is that the cheese sauce pasta I get always makes me very full very quickly...I can never tell if it's bloating because of contamination or if it is just filling. Would still recommend for celiacs.
I have had the gluten free pasta at this particular Spaghetti factory. I ordered it with the alfredo sauce which they say is a gluten free option. All they do is throw extra cheese onto the pasta with no alfredo sauce. This is the only Spaghetti factory I have gone to that does this. Highly disappointing..the gluten free with alfredo sauce is kind of expensive to only have cheese and no sauce. I will never eat at this particular Spaghetti factory again!
I was really excited to eat here, but I got so sick from cross contamination. I ordered the chicken Alfredo off of the gluten free menu. It was so delicious & I about died over their Alfredo sauce. Maybe I just went on a bad day, but it was around 3 on a Wednesday when there was no crowd.
GF menu, I ordered the pasta with meat sauce. Pasta wasn't cooked enough and was crunchy and grainy. Meat sauce looked and tasted awful. Really disappointed. Two stars only for having GF options. Also, waiter told me that the lemon they put in drinks has gluten in it- yuck!!
Both myself and my 9 year old daughter are gluten intolerant and we found the staff knowledgeable. We did not get sick. The food was pleasant, not incredible, but pleasant. I had noodles, sauce and italian sausage. She had alfredo with chicken in it. We also had the ice cream for dessert. Overall, a nice experience and we would eat there again.
Although they have a GF menu, the meal seems incomplete without a nice crusty bread (there are many great options they could stock, especially from Mariposa Bakery). The same problem with the pasta, only corkscrew pasta, no matter the dish, which makes the clam's linguine somehow not work. Again there are multiple GF pastas available on the market that they could stock. The atmosphere is festive and the service very good, if they update to a fuller GF menu they are all set. For now, too limited and GF seems like an afterthought.
I was really disappointed by the service, the gal who seated us said I had to go to the front desk to get a gluten free menu, it is already on the menu... Then, it specifically says that cross contamination may occur. Fortunately I don't have celiac's so I just gambled that I would feel ok. So far so good. Service was terrible and I would not recommend if you have celiac's!
They don't have a lot of items to choose. The waiter was very helpful and the food was good.
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