Yes I would have to agree with the other two reviews for the pizza hut on crowder. The only word that I can use to describe my visit is TERRIBLE!!! My pizza took a hour and a half and I was okay with that. When the deliverly person arrived, the pizza box was wet. I was so confused because it wasnt raining outside, however I still took it because it may have sweated from the heat of the pizza. I opened the box and I see a pizza that has different size slices. So my pizza was not made to order. It was also cold. I was so disappointed because a new pizza hut in the east was what I had been waiting on. I will never eat here again. EVER!!!!!
Ask questions! Some of the meats are not gluten free. They actually do deliver the pizza to your table covered (and she was wearing plastic gloves) to minimize risk of cross contamination. However the dough was paper thin and tasteless. They charge a lot for extra toppings and there was barely any toppings on ours. The pizza was 90% cheese which I'm sensitive to so I left a little uncomfortable but definitely not because of a gluten exposure- it is prepped in a separate area on its own tray. Not my first choice if I had to pick somewhere to eat but a food fix if in a pinch.
Fun atmosphere. Friendly and knowledgable servers. I expressed concern about cross contamination and they went above and beyond to make me feel comfortable and safe. Everything was delicious. Gluten free cinnamon spice hotcakes, bacon and a cup of coffee are highly recommended. Celiac friendly! Just let them know your sensitivity level!
Awesome store with tons of gf choices. My faves are the Sami's breads, Deland breads and desserts from Triple Oak Bakery! Lots of cookies, snacks, pastas and the largest assortment of gf flours I've ever seen!
Delicious humongous breakfast crepes! And great coffee. Everything is seriously 100% gluten free. Super friendly staff plus very knowledgeable. Owner's wife has celiacs and took the time to talk with us about how to find safe places to eat. Highly recommended place to eat
The gluten free menu is really just a piece of printed paper. I guess if you want plain food with no sauces you might find something to eat... I was hoping for more. Also fries are cooked with wheat items so I couldn't even have those.
GF breakfast options - a section label for GF ordering, but you can also ask for them to customize anything and make it GF. Very accommodating. Very busy place so takes a while to get food and order and get the check, but worth it when I have gone