I was really excited to try Aragon because I saw that they have a large gluten-free menu. So I was really excited to try their gluten free pizza. I had the Sassarese, which was with roasted eggplant and cherry tomatoes. The gluten free pizza crust was really good, but unfortunately the rest of the pizza was very bland. There wasn't enough sauce and it wasn't flavorful and the cheese had no flavor. The eggplant was good, but the tomatoes on top were raw, and they would have been better cooked. I have had gluten free pizza out at restaurants before and unfortunately this was the worst. My dining companions had regular pizza and they weren't really impressed either, which is too bad.
We decided to have some dessert and all opted for the house made desserts. I opted for the gluten free tiramisu, which was fantastic! My companions also had regular tiramisu, which they enjoyed and my husband had the homemade seadas (a typical Sardinian pastry that is fried and has sheep cheese inside and topped with warm honey), which was the best of all the ones he's tried this trip, so far. So the desserts are really outstanding!
There were 4 of us eating. We each got a pizza, we shared a half liter of wine, a bottle of water and had the desserts and it was 86 euros! Very expensive for pizza which is usually an inexpensive option. If the pizza had be mind-blowing, it would have been worth it, but it really wasn't very good, especially for a pizzeria.
The ambience was nice and the restaurant very pretty inside. Too bad the food didn't live up to the price tag.
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