Huge disappointment - When we walked in we asked about GF. After being seated, the waiter, after asking the chef, said neither of them could be confident that it would actually be GF. Deciding to stay bc everyone was starving, the choices became minimal at best when we asked. While 2 of us ordered completely different pastas, we witnessed them being dished from the same prep pan and when asked which was which when they were delivered by the wait staff, they didn’t know!! Then they admitted it was just “whatever GF”. Between the up-charge and the cost, we paid over $15 for less than 1 cup of pasta with tomato sauce and cheese. I’ve had bigger kids meal, well, anywhere. Starving, dissatisfied, and probably contaminated and definitely broke. And they forgot our GF pizza, didn’t want to deal with our GF, forgot us. They brought the pizza and it was oily and disgusting. Miserable. Is there zero stars??
Amazing gluten free pizza and pasta!!
CROSS CONTAMINATION was huge just watching them make my wife and son's pizza I was worried the same sauce and spoon as the regular pizzas, flour over the top of the gluten free one. There is no way this is celiac friendly!
I'm embarrassed on how much I'm eating here! It's so amazing I couldn't wait to write the review; I'm taking a break so I can eat more!! From the mixed green salad I will dream about to the bolognese with chicken liver, amazing, to the fennel sausage pizza...I cannot decide what's my favorite!! Oh and prosecco on tap, yes please! I'm from Chicago and 100% I will be coming here EVERY time I travel to Omaha! A MUST for sure!!!
The food was delicious, had gluten free pasta and pizza in one meal, I was in heaven! Probably the best gluten free crust I've had yet.
This was by far the best gf pizza I have had in Omaha. This is a new restaurant and the server was not fully knowledgeable of the gluten free options, but asked the chef and they came back with a great list of options. Off the whole menu, there were only two items that were not able to be made gf. The pizza crust was homemade, thin, and delicious. I was so happy about this. I am not sure if the facilities are celiac friendly. The pizza came served on parchment paper and a wooden cutting board/serving tray. For $4 more, nearly anything could be made gf and everything is very reasonably priced. Definitely a good place for gluten-sensitive eaters.