Sunday, November 14, 2010
Great Gluten Free Pizza Restaurant
We enjoyed a wonderful dinner last night from a family owned restaurant that has a full gluten free menu. I think the most exciting part of dinner is when the pizza arrives in a regular style pizza box, only it says GLUTEN FREE PIZZA on it! The toppings we chose to put on the pizza were brocolli and mushroom. The crust looks and smells like the crust we used to have before we were gluten free. We freeze the leftovers and use it for pizza days at school.
We also ordered the gluten free veal dinner which was veal with tomato sauce and cheese melted on top. It was served with a baked potato and a side of pickles and olives. We put a greek salad with it as well, not because there wasn't enough food, but just because we could!
The restaurant sent along a gluten free dessert for us to try as well. It was a Chocolate Peanut Butter Square made by I Can't Believe It's Gluten Free. It was delicious as well and complemented the meal perfectly!
It was so nice to have a gluten free meal from a restaurant that was so tasty and included everything; the entree, a side dish, and dessert. This family has gone out of their way to cater to the gluten free community and we are so very grateful.
In my daughter's own words, "yesterday night I had an amazing veal dinner and an amazing pizza, from a place called Tops In Pizza. It was the best veal I'd ever had,and the best pizza I'd ever had. It's in Orilla but it's worth the trip."
Other choices on the gluten free menu include caesar salad, chicken dinner, chicken wings, BBQ ribs, and more.
I can only describe this food experience as LIBERATING! (and delicious)