Good options for my gluten free son. Food was tasty. Ziti seafood Pasta didn’t taste GF. Will come back!
Not the best food, but great place to go with the kids. Caesar salad and tomato basil quinoa pasta is pretty good. They used to use and angel hair quinoa pasta, but are now using rigatoni style....both are good for a quick fix.
Thai place is a great go to. I've never gotten sick and they have a lot of options. I will say the pizza is slightly weird because they don't invest in utensils to cut it so you basically have an uncut gluten free pizza and a knife. It's pretty awkward.
Gluten free pizza was not cooked through. Neither was the quinoa pasta.
My favorite place for gluten free pasta. They use a quinoa pasta, a nice change from brown rice pasta. Los Gatos is my favorite location.
They have GF pizza and pasta - delicious! And a GF molten chocolate cake!
By far, they have the one of the best gluten free pizzas I have ever eaten. Very nice staff as well. The only negative experience I have ever had here was one time they served me a very undercooked pizza and it was gross. Luckily, They made me another pizza and it was cooked right. This was the only negative experience I've had but still one of my favorite places to eat in SJ.
GF pizza is quite good and they're VERY careful and knowledgeable.
I used to come here for the g-free pizza, but I have slowly learned it's one of the worst pizzas for the cost in San Jose. There are 3 options, no alternative toppings and the cheese never actually stays on the pizza. I do however LOVE the pasta options. I especially like the mac and cheese with prosciutto that's made in a cast iron skillet. So yummy and enough for left overs the next day. The staff is always great, the managers on more than one occasion have offered us complimentary desserts(yummy g-free cake) due to some "inconvenience" that was really no big deal. Parking sucks, but that's how it is for everything in Willow Glenn.
I'm giving them a 4 because there are limitations on what you can order gluten-free (as of today, there were only about 4 different gf pizzas). It says on the menu "no substitutions". We ended up having a cheeseless cheese pizza (our dd is df) and had sausage on the side. I would have preferred for them to put the toppings on. The staff was super friendly and helpful. The pizza (from French Meadow bakery) came on a metal tray with a knife for cutting so the experience felt very safe. The sauce for the pizza is very flavorful; not the usual tomato sauce with dried herbs. It tasted like real tomatoes. We also ordered the grilled salmon over spinach salad. Salmon good but the salad was nothing spectacular. Surroundings are very casual so it's great for a family. There are lots of TV's, too.
Nice to see a menu with so many gluten free options. We ordered a salad and 2 gf pizzas. The salad was okay and the pizzas arrived under cooked and soggy. Our waitress had told us the kitchen was backed up. We wrapped up the pizzas to go and finished cooking them at home. $45 not well spent (we had water to drink and this did not include tip).
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