I must confess I don’t eat many gluten-free desserts because I am not gluten-free. However, I was dining at Risotteria
(a GF restaurant) and my girlfriend ordered their tiramisu so I had to try a bite. I am used to the lady finger version of this dessert so I was surprised to see two layers of cake instead. This was a pleasant surprise because I am not a fan of the “finger” cookie anyway. The fresh chocolate cake was
gently soaked in coffee making it was moist with a hint of coffee flavor. The generous amount of mascarpone filling was light and fluffy with just a bit of sweetness. It complimented the cake like a dollop of whipped cream on a cup of joe. The top was heavily dusted in cocoa and cinnamon adding a bit of spice to each bite. If I didn’t know this tiramisu was gluten-free I would have never guessed. The slice was a bit pricey, almost $10, but large enough to share!