Eaten here many times and have never gotten sick. They have a GF rotini noodle that they can sub in any of their pasta dishes, and all pasta sauces are GF. I usually get the bolognese but tried the penne diavolo (with GF rotini) and it was even better, with a bit more spice. Amazing cocktails. For appetizers I do the mussels minus the bread. So good. And they have GF lava cake, creme Brule, and Gelato. So there's something for every part of the meal that is safe. (PS, big portions and the GF noodles don't reheat well for leftovers, but I still do it because it's so tasty)
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Very little to chose from. Ordered a chicken dish with Linguine, received gf spiral pasta. Chicken was good, pasta not so much. Had the GF chocolate lava cake, don’t waste your money. Hubby got the salmon wasn’t impressed with it. Don’t think we will go back. Expensive and not worth it.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
This place has become a lot more gluten free in the last few years. They have gluten free pasta and a few meals that are naturally gluten free. If you let them know you are gluten free they will accommodate you. I was underwhelmed at the overall quality of the restaurant though which is why it’s a 3.
When I asked about items labeled "GF" on the menu, was told it meant "gluten friendly", not "gluten free". Therfore, i couldn't recommend this restaurant to someone with celiac or diagnosed gluten intolerance. Bummer, because the chicken marsala was delicious. I only ate half. I wish someone would standardize the acronym GF. Eating out is so stressful.