Mastino V: glutenfree pizzeria in Amsterdam – Glutenvrije pizzeria in Amsterdam

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Mastino VAmsterdam has a gluten-free pizzeria. Mastino V is since April open en has an 100% gluten-free kitchen. The restaurant is besides gluten-free also vegan. The pizza is the best gluten-free pizza I have ever had. I couldn’t believe it was really gluten-free. It was so good. I am a big cheese lover so I was a bit afraid for the vegan cheese, but it was very tasteful. In the restaurant is place for 20 persons. They don’t serve alcohol but there is also a possibility for take away. For everyone who need to eat gluten-free and is a pizza lover… you should try this one.

Sinds kort is de eerste glutenvrije pizzeria in Amsterdam open. Een droom die werkelijkheid wordt voor iedereen met coeliakie… De keuken is 100% glutenvrij dus je kunt er met een gerust hart eten. Ik ging er natuurlijk direct heen om deze glutenvrije pizza’s te proberen. De glutenvrije pizzeria heet Mastino V en is naast glutenvrij ook vegan. Ik koos voor een Fancy Bric pizza met o.a. rucola en vegan brie. De pizzabodem was geweldig. De beste glutenvrije pizza die ik ooit gegeten heb… Ik was van te voren best sceptisch over de vegan kaas, ik ben namelijk een groot kaasfan. Maar de vegan kaas is absoluut geweldig, je proeft geen verschil! Je vindt Mastino V op de Bilderdijkstraat 192. In het restaurantgedeelte is plek voor zo’n 20 mensen. Er wordt geen alcohol geserveerd maar er is ook een take-away. Mocht je graag een wijntje hebben bij je pizza kun je er ook eentje afhalen. Ze zijn dagelijks van dinsdag tot en met zondag van 16.30 tot 22.00. Voor iedereen die glutenvrij moet eten en van pizza houdt… Je moet dit geproefd hebben :) must-go

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  1. Martina

    April 11, 2017 at 4:31 pm

    I completely disagree. First and foremost, about the quality of pizza: it is not good at all, it is thin and crunchy, even frozen glutenfree pizza is better than that, and you can trust me that I know how good Italian pizza tastes! In addition, I would say that the place is also glutenfree besides being vegan, since mozzarella, that you should have tried as a cheese lover, is an option. But maybe they convinced you using the vegan marketing that everything is so tasty. And they not only don’t have glutenfree beer, they sell only juicy vegan beverages, which don’t match with pizza at all. Moreover, the service is really bad, I rederved a table and waited half an hour standing! It is neither a real restaurant nor an Italian pizzeria, it is just another fast food place. If you love good food and real pizza, don’t go there!

    • Martina

      April 11, 2017 at 4:48 pm

      And I forgot to mention that there are only 4 pizzas on the menu, from 15 to around 25 euros, and you even must pay in advance! Ask yourself why…

    • Barbara

      April 12, 2017 at 7:25 am

      Hi Marty, thank you for your comment. I’m sorry to hear about your bad experience. Unfortunately, we are not that far with the gluten-free life in Amsterdam if you compare it to Italy. I have heard great stories about the glutenfree pizza’s in Italy. This is the best I have tasted so far in my life. They don’t have a permit to sell alcohol. Therefore you have to blame the municipality.
      I will send your messages about the bad serves to them. I hope this was an incident. For me as a celiac it very special that there is a food place was you can eat everything on the menu and you don’t have to be worried about getting sick…

    • Novella

      April 12, 2017 at 8:19 am

      Dear Martina I think you didn’t understand the concept at all .
      Mastino V

    • Jan

      April 15, 2017 at 6:34 pm

      Is the glass full or half empty? You also can embrace this kind of initiatives. Rome was also not built in one day! Take it easy, the pizza is great! I am happy with the first glutenfree pizzeria in Amsterdam! Keep then rolling!

      • Barbara

        April 19, 2017 at 9:19 pm

        You are totally right! Thnks for your comment

    • Brian G

      April 19, 2017 at 8:39 am

      Hi there!
      As a vegan, I’m really happy we have a vegan pizza place in town (finally)!
      About the quality of the pizza: the one I had the other day was real amazing! They improved the dough and really, you can’t taste difference with a gluten one, same thing!
      For sure Martina knows very very very good how a gluten free pizza should taste……. But I would give to Mastino V another try! :)

      Ps. “only Juicy Vegan Beverages”? 😀 if you know a not-vegan juice, please keep it for yourself.
      I had a Friz Cola and it matches perfectly with pizza. Easy

      • Barbara

        April 19, 2017 at 9:19 pm

        Great! I am happy to hear! 😀

  2. Geppy

    April 12, 2017 at 9:58 pm

    I visited the place tonight with my family and couldn’t wait to write few words about it. The place is minimal, clean and with plenty of room despite of just few tables. The manager, very kind, told us they just opened but everything worked really smoothly. The pizza was very good. All of us, expecially my son who’s intolerant to gluten, loved it. Making a good pizza GF is really difficult and you really have to know what you’re doing if you want to take the risk of this challenge (opening a GF place). It is not a restaurant, true, but you can seat and eat at your own pace. The guy told us they are continuing to work on improving the mix and also they are going to extend the variety of pizza. Itook the classic (margherita?). It was light and tasteful. They just started and they will continue improving the service (delivery?). I will definetely come back and spread the word.

    • Barbara

      April 19, 2017 at 9:20 pm

      Happy to hear!! Thanks for your comment

    • Barbara

      April 19, 2017 at 9:20 pm

      Happy to hear!! Thanks for your comment

  3. Bazel

    April 21, 2017 at 11:28 am

    Barbara what a great Blog! I love de pizza overhere :). Justin

    • Barbara

      April 22, 2017 at 8:53 pm

      Thaanks Justin :)

  4. Michel van Gelder

    April 30, 2017 at 5:49 am

    the Mastino in the van der Helststraat unfortunately does not prepare GF pizzas

  5. Meriel

    May 20, 2017 at 9:37 am

    Hi, I read the follwing on their website: ” Mastino pizzas are hand made with spelt , multigrain and soya traditional flower. Naturally leavened with “lievito madre” to create a more digestible fragrant and light dough.” Spelt is not gluten free at all! Soya is, and multigrain – I don’t know, cause it can be everything.. So I don’t know where it coms from that this pizzeria is 100% GF? Either this info is wrong, either the info on their website is not up to date?

  6. Meriel

    May 20, 2017 at 10:07 am

    Hi again,

    apologies.. Seems to be a different place. But they don’t have a MAstinoV website, only a FBpage.. It’s really confusing.

    Have a nice day,


    • Barbara

      May 22, 2017 at 8:43 pm

      Yes, it is indeed confusing. You have to be at the one at Bilderdijkstraat!

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