The pizza crust tastes like an unsalted cracker--no flavor. It ruined the entire pizza. The only other option is essentially a baked potato or salad. The one star goes to the pizzoockie
I was excited that they had gf pizza and choc chip pizza dessert. Unfortunately the pizza sauce wasn't to my taste and the service was way slow. Bummer
Like other reviewers said, their gluten free menu for options is limited, but for the gluten free pizza it is amazing, you can get pretty much any of their pizzas gluten free, my favorite is the garlic, chicken, mushrooms and tomato pizza(can't remember the name) but yummy! My oldest loves baked potatoes, so we get a regular one and she can add toppings, we tell her the gluten free pizza toppings options, so she changes it up regularly and my youngest loves rice, green beans and grilled chicken, so I get the kids meal grilled chicken and either or for the side and just buy the other as an extra side and my oldest shares the side of green beans. Get creative and the small list can look bigger :)
Yes, a GF menu was available but not very exciting. I was a little dissapointed that some of the dishes that could be made easily gluten free weren't offered that way (I.E. jambalaya). Only GF beer was redbridge. Still it was nice to know what options were safe!
They have quite a few options for GF. Their pizza isn't bad. Not much cheese, but a good crust. The GF pazookie is the best dessert I've had since going GF. The waiter told us that people who have had both the non-GF AND the GF all say the GF is actually better. It was awesome!
Great place to eat! Special thanks to Jordan our server. She was great! Gluten free menu and good food. I ate soup and salad with several options to choose from. I'll be back.
Let's face it--every time those with celiac eat a meal away from home, there is a risk of getting contaminated. I have never had a problem after eating here, but that doesn't mean you won't ever. I think their pizza is better than most GF pizza, and there are some delicious options on the GF menu.
Great experience. Waiter Kevin was very knowledgeable on gluten free and Celiac disease. He assured me the chefs would prepare all gluten free food in a separate area and the pizza was delicious! Will definitely be returning to try other options!
I usually have good experiences here but this time was different. They had GF buns for an extra cost but they fell apart not a big surprise! My food came out about twelve minutes later than the rest of my party's did. Some non GF food was burnt, cold and not good. Out of our party of 9 we paired for 5 meals because they made some of the meals free sense they were late or burnt plus they gave us two free meal vouchers.
This was the first time I ate here, I was amazed at how good the food is and how careful they were with my order. I have a severe case of Celiac Disease and I'm extremely sensitive. I didn't get sick at all after eating here!! I loved their GF broccoli and cheese soup and their roasted brussel sprout salad. It was delicious!!
They have a gluten free menu and I have eaten here a number of times without getting sick. Also they have ciders!!
We came to BJ's for two main reasons. 1st they were open until 12am (midweek) so we didn't have to feel odd for dining at 11pm when other places were getting ready to close or were already closed. 2nd we had seen on other sites that they were gluten Intolerant friendly. They even had their own gluten-free menu. I will agree, the Brussels sprouts were very yummy. I hate every one of them! I would definitely order them and recommend them. I had the jambalaya. It had a "blackened" flavor more so than a spicy or Cajun flavor. It was different than I expected, but still very good. My partner, who has celiac disease, ordered the gluten-free pizza. (I was allowed a small bite) The cheese was good. Didn't taste like your typical pizza cheese. For being gluten-free it was tasty. The other couple dining with us had the jalapeño burger and shrimp pasta. Both said they enjoyed there meal. Our waitress was awesome. Never an empty glass. She never made us feel rushed, even though we were the last people in the restaurant. It was a good dining experience and would eat here again if in the area.
Does have a separate gluten-free menu. Had the thin crust pizza. Was tasty but the crust was not crispy.
Nice people, but the worst gf pizza I have ever had! The crust - on all 4 pizzas - was hard and difficult to chew, the "extra" cheese was ignored, and there was not enough sauce to even cover the crust - even though we ordered double! We ate the toppings - scant as they were - and threw the crusts away. In fairness, the manager offered to replace them when I called, but we all decided to stick with PizzaRev from now on. UPDATE: I ended up returning on New Years Day and the pizza was much better this time. I learned that it is best to specify that you are ordering GF due to allergy so that a manager makes your food. Also, I let them know that I had a bad prior experience, which helped in getting my order right. Consequently I am revising my rating from 1 to 3 stars.
We always get the gluten free pizza. The crust is fantastic! The staff is pretty knowledgable about Celiac Disease and relaying the message to the kitchen that the meal is for someone with Celiac or a "gluten allergy". They assure that the staff changes gloves and the meal is cooked in a clean area. They also have a gluten free cookie desert that is super yummy! This is our kiddos favorite place!
Maybe this restaurant would be better in a town without other gf options, but we did not enjoy our experience at all. Being right down the street from Burton's with their endless choices, the small handful of options at BJ's left a lot to be desired. Their labeling system just complicated things. They handed us a brochure with every item marked as far as the top 8 allergens, and then their menu has a gf seal, as well. It took a lot of time switching back and forth between the two, especially being all out of order. We ended up with gf burgers, which are marked in the menu and come with fries. After my husband ate half of the fries, I noticed they were battered. WHY WOULD YOU SEND OUT GLUTEN FRIES WITH A GF BUN??? The manager came to assure me that they didn't bread the fries, only for our waitress to come to him with the cook's information that they are, indeed, breaded.
I have celiac and never had a problem here. Many GF Options.