Small gluten free pizza for 25. Sauce is good. Crust is on the dry side. Over all good pizza just not worth the money for the size. Similar small gluten free from dominos is less expensive and has a more moist crust. I'm glad gluten free is becoming bigger with restaurants. Still have a ways to go.
My wife, who has a VERY sensitive case of Celiac Disease, and I recently ate here; each ordering a 1/3 lb burger on a gluten free bun with fries. The food was all delicious, and did not gluten my wife. This was the first restaurant burger that my wife has been able to eat without getting sick in the one year since her diagnosis. We were skeptical despite the favorable FMGF reviews, since my wife has been glutened by more "gluten free" meals than I care to count, but she had no symptoms after the meal. The gluten free buns were also the best that I've had, including our spotty attempts to make them at home. Also, we arrived only 30 minutes before closing, and the staff were still courteous, and our hostess took the time to go speak with the kitchen staff. Our order arrived quickly, and we were out the door in about 10 minutes. We will visit Chip's again.
I can't rate this place highly enough. They are awesome!!! I get really sick if I get cross contaminated, and never have a problem here. You can watch them cook your burger so you know if they use the wrong spatchula. My kid's youth group did a blind burger taste test and the burgers and fries won hands down against all the chain burger joints. Go! Go! Go! You will love Dicky Joe's!
Excellent. Seriously the best burger I have ever had! Been to this location and Lakeland and both are very well trained on GF and I have been able to eat without any problems. The GF buns are awesome. They also have dedicated GF topping and milkshake stations. My family and I will be back.
The best gluten free pizza I have ever had!! I've needed to eat gluten free for 7 years and nothing has come close to this pizza!! Reminded me of pizza from my childhood!! The owner was very accommodating and is gluten free himself!! I will be returning every time I'm on Long Island!!
I had a recent attack after eating Q-BBQ. I should've known to not eat anything before fully checking out the website and nutritional informaiton. However the catering assistant that was present said that the meat and a few sides were gluten free. I couldn't figure out what I had that would've contained gluten. So I searched and searched online to find their allergen information and failed to find a comprehensive list of items that were gluten free. Finally I decided to contact Q-BBQ and find out from the source. Here is the Reply I was given and the comprehensive list of food to avoid:
"Our meats are all smoked with a dry rub that doesn’t contain gluten, our sauces are gluten-friendly and we have several gluten-friendly sides. This means that these items don't contain gluten ingredients, but are produced in kitchens and with equipment that handle our gluten items. We have attached the allergy list below for you to make your own decisions before dining with us, and we ask that if you decide to dine with Q, please let your cashier know about your dietary restrictions before ordering (they will put an allergy alert on the ticket).
Gluten Allergen Information:
• corn bread
• nachos:tortilla chips
• western salad: tortilla strips
• Ceasar Salad: Croutons
• Sandwich Bun/Slide Bun
• Mashed Potatoes: Brisket Gravy
• Chicken Tenders
• Mac-Q-Roni: Pasta, Cheez Its Crumble
• French Fries (Regular and Spicy)
• Chicken Wings (Memphis or Spicy)
• Brussels Sprouts (Regular and Spicy)"
I love Q-BBQ and would never talk badly about them, but I wanted to post this information so that nobody else with Celiacs or gluten sensitivity would get sick.