Generally I've found them great with labeling, but had a bad experience at an event I attended in their back room where something was mislabeled. I wound up eating a ton of an appetizer made on regular wheat flour bread. Good reminder to always double check at a place that is not exclusively gf. It was an honest mistake, but I do wish they had taken it a little more seriously when I brought it to their attention-- although I guess what could anyone do at that point after the fact?
Udi's crust was a bit over cooked, and they seriously skimped on sauce/toppings. There was a good 2 inches of crust around the edges on a 10 inch pizza. Gluten free crust is very dry, and to sauce/toppings on that much of the pizza made it really disappointing. I unfortunately will not be ordering again, I had been super excited to have Pizza Hut too :(
I use to love this place before I found out I had celieacs. They do not have many options on food or beer. I ordered a sausage that was suppose to come on a bed of lettuce since I can't have a bun. I got a sausage on an empty tray. They do not have a separate fryer for anything like the chili cheese fries that are on the gluten free menu.
The non-gluten buns are made on the same equipment as their regular buns. This is in fine print on the menu and verified by a manager. Sorry but, taste doesn't trump me getting sick when it comes to the number of stars I leave.
Kind of tired seeing restarunts on here that truley shouldn't be on here. They have a gluten free-ish menu that on the bottom states celiacs should not order from it. Another place to cross of the list. Pics included.
I loved going here until I found out their "non-gluten" buns are made on the same equipment that their regular buns are made on. This is written on the menu and also verified with the manager. The taste was amazing so I gave 3 stars. Would have given 5 but, the non gluten bun was kind of misleading. I guess it's no bun for me, if we ever go back.
Went here with a group. Although the menu was clearly marked with the GF options I was not impressed (maybe 5 GF choices and most of these options had loads of dairy-which I also have to avoid). Ended up getting drinks and eating elsewhere.
Travis and Nicki really know their brewing, and have created some wonderfully tasty gluten free beers, including the GF Paralysis IPA. The staff is always super friendly and the venue is nice and quiet. They also have a GF root beer that my daughter loves!
6716 Old 28th Street Southeast, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
My son is a non-reactive celiac, so traces of do silent damage. He has eaten and enjoyed the pizza. I called to check their practices and they are terrible! They use the same spatula and screen (what the pizza sits on in the oven) with gluten pizzas. Same ladle, same sauce, etc. the employee justified this practice on the phone citing that the oven is "really hot" (and therefore kills gluten). I corrected him but he wasn't interested. Clearly they do not understand cross-contamination!
One of the best restaurant experiences I have had in a long time. The staff was great and all of the food was tops. I have multiple food allergies but everyone was patient and accommodating. They didn't make me feel like I was burdening them with my questions and follow up.
University of Wyoming, 123 East Ivinson Street, Laramie, WY 82070
My friends and I eat here every week. The food is great for them, and there are TONS of gf options. Also Keith is a waiter there, and he's extra nice about making sure your food is prepared correctly.
Get the Oaxacan chicken sandwich. You will never eat something more delicious.