Ordered gluten free pizza and discussed this in detail with person taking order. When picking up order they stated gluten free pizza. After eating part of the pizza I thought thus crust was too good for gluten free but thought that they made their own dough that was good. We brought the pizza in to confirm gluten free but they said it was not. The order was placed wrong and not ordered gluten free by the staff. Now I already ate 3 small slices and am very upset that I was exposed. Have not ate gluten in 10yrs. Already feel sick. Manager apologized but it’s too late for what I will deal with now.
I did not get glutened, which is of course the most important thing, and the service was fine, but the food was disappointing. To begin with, they were completely out of gluten-free pasta, even though they were not busy. The number of gluten-free options was pretty much limited to salad, meat skewers, and pizza at that point. I ordered a pizza, and the crust was pretty good--good flavor and not the typical frozen Udi's that you usually see. However, I had a chicken skewer as well and it was overcooked and dry. My partner had pasta and soup and was not impressed at all. Also, the food came out incredibly quickly, as if it was just sitting there and someone microwaved it when we ordered. It was a bit strange. It's not terrible, but I will not go back.
absolutely amazing. they had an educated staff and delicious food. we started with the spinach salad and loved it. we also had the margherita and the joey (sausage and spinach) pizzas. the crust was the best gluten free crust I have had yet and the sausage on top was great. our waitress told us that they use a clean and seperate kitchen space to prepare the food and cook the pizza on a trey to prevent cross contamination in the oven. I have celiac and didn't feel sick at all so I think this is totally safe and I recommend it for anyone 👍🏼🍕
The pizza came out hot and fresh and tasted delicious. Also, there gluten free bread that was made in house. The service was beyond friendly too. The menu included lots of celiac friendly options. This is definitely a restaurant I would NEED to go back to. More than satisfying.
WOW! We were so impressed! My daughter couldn't decide what she wanted so she and I each ordered with the intention of splitting (GF pasta dish and GF pizza). I then ordered a cheese plate. Before I could ask for any bread to be put on the side Dayanna (our waitress) offered GF bread. She brought the dish with several pieces (enough for our family to enjoy) of the BEST GF bread I have ever tasted. It was like a focaccia. I asked Dayanna several times if it was really GF. It was that good. She said it is made in house from scratch. The pizza (personal sized) was crispy and delicious. Not the typical GF cracker type crust, more like a focaccia. Again, made in house from scratch! I had the same question about pasta..."Are you sure this is the GF pasta?" It was firm and flavorful. Absolutely loved it. If you didn't know our meals were GF you would not think they any different. The only down side was no GF desserts. As an aside, my daughter is very sensitive, we would have known within 20 min if she was glutened. She did not have any problems. This is a keeper! We will definitely go back!!
Traveling with a 7 year old who is a picky eater with celiac disease can be incredibly difficult. This restaurant had great GF pizza crust (some of the best we've ever had) and the server was very knowledgable about what was and wasn't safe on the menu. The menu has lots of meats & cheeses, salads, and almost all of the pizza and pasta sauces were available GF. The only reason I didn't give this restaurant five stars was that they had no GF desserts (which are a must when traveling with my kids). Even if they'd just had some vanilla ice cream it would have made the meal complete. But what we were able to enjoy was delicious.
Most of the salads and vegetables are gluten free and prepared in a separate area on the front of the restaurant. The staff is knowledgeable and attentive. They do a great job of keeping the gluten free crusts and breads separate, and even have a dedicated pizza oven. Though they are very careful and clean well, there is flour in the air, so pending on your sensitivity, there is a potential for contamination.