pizza was delicious but after ordering in another state I cannot confirm what I received was actually gluten free. UPDATE: they served me pizza with gluten. It was confirmed. Strange think is they blamed it on me even though I ordered it gluten free (been gluten free 10+ years as a diagnosed celiac) and when I picked it up I mentioned gluten free again and even had a conversation with cashier about gluten free menu and foods . They assured me that they are trying new gluten free doughs after they told me on first phone call all restaurants nationwide served the same.
I ordered Gluten Free pizza in October but I received a pizza that had gluten. I didn't even know it until I ordered another one. When addressing it I was told that I was the one who made a mistake. Issue is even when I was picking up the pizza I was asked about "free bread" and I asked if that was gluten free like the pizza I was picking up. They need additional training for sure.
No gluten free pizza. Only salads GF. What a let down, we went to Red Robin across the mall. We'll never go back.
Excellent pizza for celiac needs. Trained by GIG.
Made a great effort to help out when I said I needed gluten free. Manager even brought out my pizza for me. Very friendly, helpful and (certified) gluten free pizza was really good!
Zero GF options at this location!!!
Great GF options. They are GF trained and certified. Armani was an excellent and knowledgable waiter and brought my salad and ice tea out separately to prevent cross contamination. VERY IMPRESSED!! Great food with lots of options.
Asked if I had an allergy and noted it down when ordering from gf menu. Make sure you order from that one specifically or you may get hit. Pizza was fairly good though, better than expected. Menu seemed limited but broad in appeal - four or so pizzas to choose from. Margarita, pepperoni and a couple others.
Had the GF pizza. The toppings were good, the crust was not the greatest, possibly undercooked. The pizza wasn't hot. The chopped salad lacked flavor, as though they put the oil not much vinegar, no seasoning. I have had better experiences at other locations, but this one lowers them on my list. No problems as far as being GF. Good options, clear menu, separate pizza menu.
I had a gluten free pizza and it was delicious and I had no bad reaction!
CPK is always a good choice - yummy pizza and careful about cross contamination. However, I was disappointed to see that their corn chip "small plate" is no longer listed as GF. Also, at other CPK locations I've been to, the manager brings out my pizza, which has always been an extra reassurance - at this location, the waitress brought it out.
I have only eaten here once with my two daughters one of whom has celiac disease. We ordered an appetizer of guac and chips, two gluten-free pizzas. Guac was very average at best. Chipotles is much better. Pizzas were not very good at all. Very bland, gummy. We didn't even want to take any leftovers with us and I usually want to as I never know when traveling where the next gluten-free meal is going to come from.
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.
They have new certified GF pizzas and they are YUMMY. I am super sensitive to gluten and I didn't get sick.
Gluten free pizza and excellent service is all I need!
I applaud their efforts- they have 4 different certified GF pizzas. The manager said they have worked for 2 years to perfect them. Unfortunately my pizza was not great. The crust was rubbery in the middle, burnt around the edges. The toppings & spices were heavy in spots & non existent on the rest of the pizza. I've definitely had much much better GF pizza. Sorry - I wanted to love it!
I have Celiac and never had a problem. Stick to only the pizzas as that is what they are GIG certified for. Everything else on the menu like salads have higher risk for cross contamination, believe it or not. Their ranch is gluten free if you like dipping. Just be sure if you call in to go to make sure you are talking to the actual location... had an issue calling in an order and it went to a call center who put the order I at the wrong location.
Limited to 3 pizza choices that are prepared safely (we have celiac). They can't do kids pizzas GF, so be prepared to pay $16 for a large pizza that your kid eats two slices of. Also irritated that we had to pay for the kids soda (that comes free with kids meal) that we were unable to order from. Pizza is fine, but definitely tastes GF.