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Great homemade food, good service and nice people who own it
Great traditional Italian food and charming casual atmosphere. Will definitely visit again.
First time i have tried Gluten free restaurant and it is okay
Great restaurant! I have coeliac Disease. Thank you very much!
Great cute small restaurant tucked away in a less busy part of Fulham Broadway. Really amazing gluten free offer, the pizza and bread were divine, in a blind taste would have never guessed they were gluten free! The Sardinian gnocchi portion was very generous and tasty and the grilled eggplant side was so simple and tasty that I would have happily ordered another one. We tried meat as well, with a beautifully cooked pork chop that complimented our meals perfectly. Good wine choice, both in quality and price. The girls on the floor are full of care for what they do and they serve, you feel you do matter, which is so hard these days. We’ll be back soon!
Lovely little relaxed neighbourhood trattoria with some tasty and interesting food on its short but varied menu. What however makes it super-special is that it is gluten free and coeliac society accredited: my coeliac partner doesn't get proper foody options very often, let alone warm home made bread rolls! The waiter was a little bit at-odds with the laid-back atmosphere, but that could have been his lack of confidence in English coming through. Altogether very nice evening and we will be back soon.
The food is delicious and different, Italian food cooked with love and care. The service is excellent and the setting is relaxed. This is my second outing, once for my birthday and once after a chelsea match. The basil panacotta is to die for and I loved the cuttle fish main I had last time. Today I had the pickled mackerel main. Fabulous.
We went here because our son is a coeliac. The food was incredibly fresh tasting, you could tell they take a lot of care over the perpetration and everything is made in-house, unlike when you go to a chain. Can thoroughly recommend this place, even if you don't need gluten-free food, super-tasty.
Great pizza. All food had excellent flavours. BUT- Portions are way too small!! The roast Potatoes were little tiny bits- I don’t know how they served that miniscuoe portion with a straight face. One menu item was described as ‘beef ragu’ but it came as minced meat. Think they should specify that as I was expecting proper chunks of beef. Wait staff was very nice. Could be a great restaurant with a few corrections.
For a small menu it isn’t refined enough. I understand there are certain limitations with gluten and dairy free to make food “deep, rich and indulgent”, but this lacked depth. Service was friendly but uninformative, they run out of a side dish which is fine, but to not mention they run out of a main ingredient in their most expensive dish was unforgivable. The lack of kimchi with the lamb basically left me with a plate full of undercooked (definitely not cooked long enough) meat by itself. Substituting fermented sweet potato for kimchi is not okay at the last moment. Clearly they thought I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference. For £18 I expected better then a plate full of unattractive undercooked meat chunks. Shame because I love the concept and idea, but you need to bring your A game Monday- Sunday. Won’t be returning.