I’ve eaten their gluten free pizza many times before. I now am a more sensitive celiac and have to be careful about cross contamination. I tested the gluten free pizza with the Nima sensor, and indeed gluten was detected. So for a celiac, I would steer clear of this restaurant. There’s too much risk of cross contamination.
We have tried the pizza and pasta here. Although delicious, my daughter-with celiac- had bad reactions both times. Not sure if the red sauce was contaminated or if the kitchen has cross contamination issues.
GF pizza was good but upcharging $4 for GF pasta is a bit much. This restaurant should be listed as 3 $ signs not 2. Its definitely more expensive than 2$ signs indicates. There is a $1 up charge for GF pizza. It also looked like they used the same pizza cutter for the GF pizza as the regular pizza. Took a couple gluten Eze tabs before eating and no reaction
Pretty good gf pizza, no bad reactions to indicate any cross contamination
Never trust their soup! I found pasta in the soup that was supposedly gluten free. This happened in both locations! They use the same mix of ingredients to prepare for each of their soups which causes potential problems for cross contamination in the process. The gluten free pizza is good, but not sure if someone with celiac can honestly trust it knowing their sloppiness in the kitchen with regards to their soups.
We had looked at the website before we visited but were rather surprised by the "school canteen" feel of the restaurant when we got there. Everyone seemed happy with the menu options, though. BTW, the first of the reviews here seems to be by the owners!
Had a Stella Artois Cidre, delicious pasta dish and they even had a GF dessert option! Great dinner!
Gluten free pasta and pizza is the BEST hands down! Menu items are made to order. It is very easy to order regular entrees such as Chicken Marsala Gluten Free!