I use to go there all the time but the last 2 times they gave me breaded chicken
Food was great and the staff were super awesome at helping us identify what was safe and what wasn’t! I really enjoyed my dish and didn’t end up getting sick. The server even made sure it was an allergy or intolerance rather than a lifestyle choice. Only downside is it was a bit expensive but I enjoyed it!
I can't recommend this restruant as I have been bloated on a small portion of their "Gluten Free Pasta" Alfredo seafood dish and a side of gluten free soup and gluten free dessert. I am just sick now 4 hours after eating here. I told the waiter I am super sensitive to gluten and I am a celiac. They were pretty quite with only a few tables at the time. Don't eat here and suffer like this.
Several pasta options marked GF option on the menu! Tell them you have a gluten allergy (even if celiac) & they do well. Also several salads, and the three soups (tomato, which was really good, cream mushroom, and minestrone) were all gf, and all but Italian dressing GF. Waiter in the bar was also very knowledgeable during ordering.
I’m not celiac and have dairy intolerance is. I had to make the only gluten-free dairy free thing they had and it had mayonnaise. It made my stomach hurt very bad and made my mouth break out. It tasted good though and I had good gluten-free noodle texture
I have ate here numerous times and have never had a bad experience. Most of their sauces are gluten free. Much of their menu is easily adaptable to be made gluten free.
Everything we ate was delicious!! My daughter I both had pasta. I would go back for sure, the next time we are in the area.
Server was nice and seemed like he was going to take care of us. Food was okay. My husband who has Celiac was sick all night. We will not be going back.
Generally, it is good. But at one Tomato Street (different location) I was served regular pasta and got very sick.
Great GF options. Staff knowledgable about celiac and cross contamination.