I went there specifically for the GF pizza based upon the reviews stated in this app. I was not disappointed. The pizza was awesome! GF protocols were good. I did not see any other gluten free items on the menu, but as I said, I went there for the pizza. It was a tad expensive, but worth every penny. I plan to go back soon.
Gluten Free items on their menu are marked GFO (Gluten Free Offering). For the GF items: there are 9 breakfast, 17 lunch, and 17 dinner items to choose from as of July 2015, and there are no repeats on that list. I ordered the Turkey Brie Panini Sandwich and the Southwest Triple Decker Club Sandwich as a to-go order, and they were both scrumptious! I also stayed perfectly healthy. Review their online menu ahead of time because they are somewhat spend-y. Definitely recommended for those with Celiac Disease!
Enjoyed an early dinner on a Wednesday. I ordered GF Singapore Street Noodles (a bit dry, not enough sauce) and GF Spicy Chicken (just right). Shared some with my date. For the most part, I find PF Chang's to be consistently safe for me, a Celiac, and the food is tasty. Service at this location at that time was not very attentive, even though it wasn't busy. So for this visit, 4 of 5 stars.
Loved my first try of tapas! Lucked out to get an online reservation since when we called they said they were booked for the night. So glad to know your celiac-friendly reviews before going there. Enjoyed 4 small plates with my date. Great sauces and complex flavors. Everything prepared to perfection. The only complaint was that we had trouble getting water/soda refills and indoor seating at 7 p.m. on a Friday in August was VERY hot. It was probably 85 degrees in the restaurant. The place was packed! - Rebecca from Lancaster, CA
I ordered a take-out GF pizza from Poppy's (because dine-in had a 45 minute wait), and was extremely pleased by the quality and taste. Their GF pizzas come in only one size, which is small, and they are prepared on a Udi's GF crust. I ordered the Straziante pizza (e.g. Meat-Lovers), and it was $18.75. Yes, that's a little steep, but it's a tourist town, so that price is par for the course. The taste was incredible, and I stayed in perfect health. So I would definitely recommend this restaurant to other people with Celiac Disease.
Dinner was absolutely delicious and the staff had a complete understanding of gluten free and was able to quickly tell me the options, which were numerous! I started with the eggplant soup, then the herb crusted salmon and finished with a cappuccino and peanut butter pie!!! Super yum and I highly recommend.
I would definitely recommend this restaurant to other people with Celiac Disease. Yes, the service is not the greatest, especially on a Friday or Saturday night when they are packed with tourists. Visit Sunday-Thursday instead. But the food is actually quite tasty, and there are 19 items to choose from, which is a lot in the GF world. I had the Nachos and the Pollo Con Creama, and had no problems whatsoever, even with the warning about the shared fryer. Definitely thumbs up.
Diverse gluten free menu. I had beef stroganoff served over mashed potatoes and it was fabulous. Waitress was nice and very accommodating. It was obvious they understood what gluten free meant, and their gluten free selections were varied enough that you could meet other dietary concerns as well.
I was very disappointed with the lunch selection. Pizza with gluten free crust was about it, and per doctors orders I on gluten free AND low glycemic load diet. Gluten free flours have an even higher glycemic load than regular flour..so no pizza crust for me. That meant about the only lunch selection left for me was a very expensive burger $12 without a bun, and I was charged $1 for a slice of cheese on the burger and $2 for about 2 tablespoons of guacamole. When I inquired about their daily soup the waitress told me she "doubted" it had flour or gluten in it. It was obvious she was clueless.