Not sure what the previous negative reviews are complaining about - in my experience so far, having multiple options that are prepared separately from the rest of the food is a rarity, especially in pizza restaurants. Yeah, 4 or 5 options isn't ideal, but being able to easily order and know that your food will be safe is fantastic. The waiter was also very knowledgeable, and explained that they wash all of the gluten-free-area containers separately, and everyone changes gloves/washes hands, etc. when they enter the gluten free area. This is one of the best processes I've seen in a chain restaurant. Plus, the food was awesome. I shared the waldorf chicken salad (labeled gluten-free on the menu, but not one of the GiG certified items) and the gluten free margherita pizza, and both were delicious. Definitely the best gluten free pizza I've had since my celiac diagnosis a few months ago. The only reason I might dock a star would be the price (just a pricier restaurant in general), but I think they deserve higher than a 3-star overall rating, so I'm giving it 5. I am always impressed with and appreciative of restaurants that go out of their way to make things safe, especially when the staff is friendly and knowledgeable about it, too.
what a load of crap lots of options. LOL There are literally 4 pizzas to choose from that are "certified" gf. But let's face it, if they are making other pizza, handling flour in the same place, nothing can be "certified" GF. That being said, you can choose from a salad or pizza made with non gluten ingredients. My question is why you do people lie on the reviews? Are you somehow invested in the restaurant? Or have you been living in a world where having 4 options is a large selection/lots of options? puhhhhhleeeze All of that noted, the pizza is tasty. The crust is very good. The Pepperoni tasty. The sausage spicy. My boyfriend said his BBQ chicken pizza is very good. A little stingy on the mozzarella, but, not a bad pizza for a decent price (a gf pizza). Will I come back? Probably not. But I am leaving satisfied.
CPK offers a indicators for all GF items on their menu along with pizzas certified to be gluten free by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GiG). I have been here multiple times and have not gotten sick due to cross contamination. I am diagnosed celiac.
New GF menu, lots of options, great crust.
This is only a good option if you want to eat a salad while everyone around you enjoys pizza and pasta. Gluten free items are clearly marked but are few.
While they stopped serving pizza they do still have other options available. Click on the menu link below and it lists them.
So the poke I had last night seemed more authentic, but this is CPK, so I wasn't expecting authenticity. Just an easy meal where my kid would be happy and I could relax, knowing I wouldn't get glutened. And that's what I got. Mahalo! Also, I like their fruit ice tea.
The GF BBQ chicken Pizza was great but crust could be crispier. The grilled vegetable salad was phenomenal, added the grilled chicken but be sure to specify Gluten allergy as the chicken is normally grilled on same grille as wheat tortillas. They will line grille with aluminum foil if requesting GF.
While the pizza they have is delicious and I've never had a bad reaction, they are frequently out of stock of their gluten free pizza crust.
saddly no gf options in the airport stores.
Although it sometimes takes a little longer to get your GF order, it is definitely worth it. We go pretty often and my daughter is always happy with her pizza. The managers there are wonderful and always check on you and bring the food when you order GF. Definitely worth a trip to the mall just for this restaurant.
found out last week I have celiac. this is the first restaurant I've eaten at since. staff was very friendly and explained they have selections on the main menu, but are not celiac friendly; for that they have a separate menu with only a few selections of pizza. Manager came by twice to check on me and asked my honest opinion. when I explained I have nothing to compare, he suggested spin pizza which also is suppose to have GF pizza. the pizza was a little burned around he edges, and the manager offered to remake it. honestly, I didn't think it was terrible just different. I would definitely go back. so far I'm not having any issues to think of cross contamination.
We used to go here for their gluten free pizza. My 4 year old is celiac. We went today and they have pulled the GF pizza from the menu pending a review with GIG to make it better. Disappointing. We had to leave since the remaining GF options aren't really friendly for kids - basically salads. It will be good when the pizza is back, but not until then.
We eat here a lot! I have celiac and I have NEVER gotten sick. The service is typically fantastic, the first couple of times we went in the manager came to the table and explained their gluten free procedures for the kitchen and everything. When we order to-go they always have my pizza box sealed with a gluten free sticker. Best gluten-free crust I have ever had.
good pizza shop. gluten free crusts available. they normally skimp on toppings so it's worth 2$ extra to get a normally topped pizza. recommend the bbq chicken pizza. second visit with still no problems
This was a pretty decent place to eat out, but be aware that if you are celiac or gluten intolerant, you will be limited to a pizza menu with only four choices on it. Make sure and all four the special gluten free pizza menu as these are not shown on the regular menu. If you opt to order something other than a pizza, it will be an entree salad and they had four to choose from that sounded pretty good. I ended up with one of the gluten free pizzas and a wedge salad that was enjoyable. Update 12 hours later - here I am in agony from being glutened by eating here. Changing from four to two stars - no clue what caused it, but I can only guess the caution in meal preparation was not there. Wish people realized how sensitive one can be to gluten, but I suppose eating out is always a risk. Maybe better training for staff would drive this home.
The GF pizza was not the greatest. Tasted just like any other GF pizza I could get in the freezer aisle at the grocery store. They burnt it as well and said that's how they normally cook it. My daughter got the non GF cheese pizza and rated it a 4 out of 10. Can't say we would go back.
Terrible California Pizza Kitchen location. No gluten free pizza offered at this location because the kitchen is "too small." There was a tiny note on the menu that I almost didn't notice that stated this, but it was after we had already sat down & we were starving so we stayed anyway. Had to have yet another salad. Slow service too.
First visit ever to a California Pizza Kitchen. I called ahead and spoke to someone just to see if they acted as though they had a clue. The person who answered was very knowledgable. We asked for a gluten free menu when we were being seated. The regular menu did have some salads and such marked as gluten free. I asked our waiter if I needed to speak to the manager and he assured me he understood and could handle it. We had 2 gluten free pizzas. They were delicious and delivered by the manager. They both had gluten free toothpicks things in them to show they were gluten free. They were delicious! My celiac daughter had no issues. We will be back!
My go-to when I am craving pizza! Even my non-celiac daughter prefers the gf pizza over the regular. Let them know you are celiac and they are very careful and manger brings your pizza out separately.
Very good service. Ask for the GF menu and they bring you a menu of the pizzas that are made in their dedicated kitchen. I ordered the Original BBQ Chicken Pizza. The server came out to let us know that the pizza got a little too crispy so they were making us a brand new pizza. When the pizza came out it was personally delivered by the manager on duty. It had the right amount of crispyness and tasted food. My mom and I ate the whole pizza and she's not GF!
I tried the gluten-free pizza, and their crust was the worst gluten-free crust I've ever eaten! It had the consistency of a soggy cracker. I ended up just eating the toppings off of the top. I was very disappointed because I enjoyed California Pizza Kitchen before I was diagnosed with Celiacs.
Gluten Free pizza is good but expensive!!! Individual size pizza (and we had to get 3) starting at $16.00 for plain and up from there. Most places have gluten free pizza for between $10.00-$12.00 for same size. Would go if only option around due to cost.
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