They no longer serve gluten free rolls :(
— Separate gluten-free menu
— Not Much
Limited selections, but they were good. They brought out some warmed gf rolls before dinner, which was something we’re not used to! Staff was friendly.
I didn't eat here but did see that they have an extensive list of gluten free options including pasta, and bread rolls for the table.
Very much enjoyed the gf bread and pasta here. Staff were allergy-knowledgeable and really careful
Great options - Disney staff are very accommodating and knowledgeable! Ask for an allergy menu and look for the items marked 'For Gluten', meaning for people with a gluten allergy (or celiacs).
Good food but pricey. Waiter understood what needed to happen with gf for celiac. Pasta, steak, yum. Glass of wine was $17! Bring a glass from the outside bar for $9.
Food was delicious but wait staff seemed frazzled, the chef did not come out because they were behind on orders etc. I got violently ill, thanks Disney!
My coeliac son had the salad, gf pasta and brownie here. He enjoyed the food at the time, but was unwell the following morning. I don't think we would be comfortable eating here again.
Went here for dinner as part of the color package. Offers gluten free dinner rolls and pasta meals allow a choice of either rice spaghetti or corn penne with any of there sauce options other dinner choices available as well. Gluten free brownie was served warm with berries! No reaction, waiter seemed prepared to accommodate.
Were seated outside as there were no tables inside, it was very hot and there were no fans. Our waiter was very nice and provided the gf options. Salad and pasta were just okay, meal and drinks very very overpriced for quality and serving size!
I ate at Wine Country Trattoria in the Califor ia Adventure Park on June 20. I ordered the arugala salad, baked chicken with alfredo pasta (I chose the gf penne), and a gluten free brownie for dessert from the gluten free menu. After 3 fun days in Disneyland and California Adventure I am sorry to say that I had a gluten exposure during my meal here. Within 30 minutes I had cramping and discomfort and my last night of fun quickly turned into a stressful and embarassing experience. I can only say good things about my experience elsewhere in the iarks (Carnation Cafe, Hungry Bear, Jolly Holiday Cafe) but I would no recommend dining here.
This is definitely a beautiful place, however, I feel I may have gotten glutened here. I ordered the caprese salad for the appetizer which seemed safe. My entree was chicken with rice pasta (spaghetti) and wine sauce with vegetables. It was delicious but the chicken tasted like it had bread crumbs so I questioned it. The server said he gets that all the time but it's just parmesan cheese. For dessert I was offered a chocolate chip cookie which wasn't on the allergy menu so I took it to go. I did have a few bites as it was crumbly like gluten free cookies are..but I did feel sick most of the night. I'm giving them 3 stars for a beautiful place, well put together allergy menu and efforts. Please use caution here.
I was given different information by the hostess and the server. Choices were very limited (ie: salad with no dressing). I'm pretty sure I got glutened there. Very disappointing, especially for Disney.
So impressed with the GF options at Disney. The chef came and talked to us. They had GF dinner rolls, pasta, and brownies. Very good!
Had a choice between braised lamb shank or the sustainable fish of the day which was salmon. There may be other gluten free choices but those were the 2 I was considering. Chose the salmon which had a tomato pesto, arugula and potatoes. nicely done, fish moist. Was also served gluten free rolls.