Food was tasty but I reacted to their gluten friendly menu. Probably won't eat there again.
I have eaten at the Old Spaghetti Factory for years. Seven years ago I found out I had Celiac Disease and that the Spaghettti Factory had gluten free food. I had no problems the first five times. The last time I was there which was one month ago I became very ill after eating there. I called and talked to someone about it and they said the manager would contact me. The manager never did and I will never eat there again. Too much cross contamination and Heather the manager could care less.
The Old Spaghetti Factory has long been one of my favorite restaurants. When I discovered I was celiac it was wonderful to find out they had a gluten-free menu. My favorite is the Mizithra spaghetti with marinated chopped chicken. It's been delicious each time I've had it and I have never had problems with it. I'm not super sensitive though. Cross-contamination is possible, which is why marked it as a "no" for celiac-friendly. Tip: Let the waiter/waitress know you're celiac or allergic/intollerant. They are required to tell the management and a manager will usually make sure everything is okay, and deliver your food themselves. Want to be really sure you're safe? Ask for a manager immediately.
Bad experience here. Food was bland and my son and I both reacted to it. Never again.
Good food for the price. It's nice to be able to go out for pasta.
I ate here once and all was well, the second time somehow my food got cross contaminated and I was sick for two days. I ordered the same thing both times. I am afraid to go back.
Manager is awesome. Comes to your table before your meal to see if you have any questions. Servers are knowledgable about gluten free and what isn't or what could be questionable.
I used to love coming here but I got sick last time I ate here. There is a gluten free menu but they say they cannot prevent cross contamination. The broccoli is not on the GF menu due to them boiling it in pasta water. I don’t think I will be returning due to our last experience which is disappointing.
The staff were knowledgeable about what could be made gluten free but the food was horrible! Even the other people at my table that were eating gluten containing foods thought so. I was glutened, most likely by cross-contamination, which I knew was likely at an Italian restaurant. This place has really gone downhill though!!! We will not go back!
Had dinner last night and I usually don’t complain on social media but I felt the need to bring this one out. My dinner consisted of a salad and pasta with meat sauce. I also requested the grilled chicken which was on the gluten-free menu. When I received the chicken it appeared that it had been fried with some sort coating/breading and someone had scraped it off of the top of the chicken but not the bottom. Somewhat disappointed as I am not sure if that breading was gluten-free but it was only on the bottom of the chicken and in certain spots on the top. I do wish that I had taken a picture. But the pasta and salad were fine.
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 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.
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.
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