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Maisano's Italian In Novi, Michigan

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Before having to go gluten-free this was our favorite restaurant.

Fantastic home made food that has never disappointed.

I literally called them every 4-5 months for 7 years asking if they had gluten-free pasta yet. Finally a month ago they did.

Not only do they have a gluten-free pasta, spaghetti and penne as of last night but they can make most of their dishes gluten-free. Their pasta is fantastic, best I've had.

I order the Veal Marsala and they make it with corn starch instead of flour and its excellent. They made me shrimp and scallops tossed in olive oil, black olives, mushrooms, onions, and a few other things over the penne which they chopped lightly after cooking that is just as I remember it when I had it with regular wheat pasta.

If your looking for a place that makes food versus preparing it I'd highly recommend them. Dinner for 2 without alcohol is usually around $40-$50 and their Tuscan Onion without the croutons if gluten-free, but is an up charge.


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