Saturday, June 20, 2015

Pala Pizza

One of my long time favorite restaurants is Pala Pizza.  Pala Pizza is located on Manhattan's lower east side and has a ton of gluten free options and many of these items are also vegan.  Their gluten free menu includes appetizers, salads, pasta, pizza and dessert.  They have 3 types of gluten free pasta that you may choose from:
  • Spaghetti (corn and quinoa flour)
  • Fusilli (brown rice flour)
  • Penne (rice, potato and soy flour)
One of my favorite dishes is the Uvetta pizza.  This is topped with butternut squash, red onions, raisins, red bell pepper, daiya cheese and rosemary.

The desserts are also amazing.  My favorite is the gluten free vegan carrot cake.

For more information, please visit their website at www.palapizza.com or check them out at 198 Allen Street.

2 comments:

  1. While looking at the history of pizza, it is important to note that it is not until the late 18th century when the modern- day pizza would be developed in Naples, Italy, after it was discovered that tomatoes, amongst other toppings, could be added on to the focaccia more .

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