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Awesome place to have a gluten free experience. My daughter was co delighted to have a GF sandwich out AND it was good!! bread is terrific. And they ask if it is for an allergy and if so put it largely flagged so preparing staff knows and it is done separately.
Not sure why an Italian restaurant can't offer GF pasta since it's one of the easiest things to do. And as for grilling, you have to order without the grill baste which leaves a pretty boring piece of meat, they don't use other seasonings. Not too much interesting or tasty things to pick from.
For some reason (because I don't see how it's so special, no offense Red Brick) this is my daughters favorite gluten free pizza in all of Naples so far, after several years of trying different places. It is a very thin crust which is always over done on edges. But she says its the best and would have it every week if we let her. the pizza, I believe, is their only gluten free choice. Maybe a salad too but nothing else major.
I have eaten here a lot of times and only once--when they were exceptionally busy--did I have to send something back because it was not gf. All other times the waiters seem to have an instant understanding for my needs, and often promise to talk to the cook personally. I have NEVER been 'glutened' there, and I get VERY sick with just the teensiest bit of gluten.
Can?t say enough about how much I love coming to Fallon?s! Everyone there is focused on taking great care of their customers, and I?ve never had a bad order.
Two of my favorites:
Fallon?s Mock Rye Bread is a carbon copy of real rye bread. One of the best things about it is that it does not have to be refrigerated or frozen: It can sit on the counter all week long and not fall apart. (Also when you order you can ask for it sliced or unsliced! I prefer to slice it myself with a serrated knife so I can make an open faced sandwich.) The bread also heats up easily in the toaster?I can?t order enough!
Fallon?s Kaiser rolls are another of my favorites. I enjoy freezing them, and then when I need one I can take it out the night before and defrost it in the refrigerator or pop in the microwave for a couple of seconds. Then I like to put it in the toaster to add a little color, and it works. These taste just like regular Kaiser rolls.
I have tried Sardella GF pizza 6 times over a 2 year point and just can not tolerate it. I ordered 1 GF and 1 reg pizza for my husband we where both running to the restroom all night after eating the pizza. I don't know what is doing this but we can not eat the pizza. We gave it a fair shot by trying it over and over with the same result.
Absolutely wonderful gluten free pizza! My husband brought me back just to have their pizza with their homemade sausage on our return from Nantucket, heading back to Winter Park,Fl. They are very careful about the cross contamination issue, and are very helpful about any questions you may have about your gluten free pizza!!!You'll be happy you tried it! Thank you Palio's
Fantastic deli! Cross contamination is NOT an issue because they have a separate station for GF handling and cooking. They not only make deli sandwiches, but also have a freezer with frozen meals and cater GF platters. We ordered a GF sloppy joe platter for a party and it was delicious! HIghly recommend! Very friendly and helpful also.
Oryana is an organic food coop open to the public. It has an in store cafe where you can have GF hot or cold sandwiches prepared. Store has many GF items throughout, with shelves marking GF items. Memberships are inexpensive & pay for themselves in discounts.
Their gluten free pizza is good. Not the best I've had but very close. It really depends on what toppings you put on it. But the real reason to go here is the gluten free pizookie!! A large gluten free chocolate chip cookie with scoops of vanilla bean ice cream on top. So good. Also enjoy the pear cider!
They have an assortment of gluten free breads of different flavors that look super tasty. I've only gotten the chocolate chip cookies there so far and those were great! I'm looking forward to trying more.
The whole backside of the menu is gluten free. I don't think any of the entrees are worth the price but I LOVE their gluten free egg drop soup and lettuce wraps. They do also have a flourless chocolate dome dessert which is very rich but not bad.
I go here all the time to get my gluten free burger on! They use udi's buns and this particular location does a great job making the burgers. They toast the bun perfectly. The meat is also really good and the endless french fries are delicious. SO great to actually eat a real burger and fries. And the milkshakes are very good too!
Don't get this Cicero's confused with the Ciceros down the street (which does not do gluten free). I go here all the time to get my gf pizza fix. The crust is really delicious. And it is not outrageously expensive like most other gluten free pizzas. There is also gluten free sandwiches and pasta. The bread on the sandwich tastes almost like a corn bread which I really like. Some days they have gluten free desserts like cheesecake (my favorite). The owner is super nice and it his own gluten free recipes.
Holy cow. Advertise they have GF items on menu and accommodate, but I ate here and was sick by the time I got home. Have not been that sick in 5 years. Food was not great either. Ordered a seafood dish in a butter sauce but it looked and tasted like they had taken 2 sticks of butter and just threw everything in it. The seafood and veggies were swimming in butter. I tried at first to eat it but couldn't. Sent it back and they did remake but still no flavor other than butter. My dh called the next day to discuss the contamination with the owner, but got a manager and was told what I ordered does not have gluten normally. Makes me question what happened after I sent it back. Said they would see what they could do and call him back. They never did. Cost over $100 for a dinner for two including a couple drinks and desserts. Will NEVER go back and will warn everyone.
Pasta should be cooked al dente. My pasta was excellent. I would suggest that next time ask for it to be cooked longer if that is the way you prefer. I had excellent servers and the manager was very nice to me. It is all in the asking sometimes...
The gluten free pasta dish was excellent! Looked delicious and tasted delicious!!! Thank you to the chef!!! Wish they would serve gluten free Italian sausages!!!!! That would really make my day!!! Other than that? Very happy with my dinner!
Best selection and I adore the Chebe bread mixes!!!! Udi bread is the best and Schar table crackers are excellent! Pamelas Pecan Shortbread Cookies are to die for! Pastas with Quinoa are the most authentic to real pasta I find. Just don't over cook! I could go on and on. Thank you Cashwise!!!!
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