when i worked in the Bridgewater mall i ordered pizza from here at least once a week... never had an issue and the pizza was amazing (i forget what real pizza tastes like so to me it tasted authentic) Granted it does matter HOW ur pizza is prepared. such as. make sure u ask for thin crust and extra crispy. or else is will taste like ur standard soggy gf pizza
Really good pizza certified gf.. Can't ask for more
There are 4 pizzas that are certified gluten free on the menu. There are no other items that are certified gluten free, but some items on the menu are "made without gluten ingredients." I can only vouch for the pizza. I did not get sick from the pizza. The pizza was good fresh from the oven. Good option if you want to eat pizza out, but overall, not super impressed.
Hands down the best gluten free pizza I've had at a restaurant
GF pizza was delish and manager came to speak to me first and also delivered mine separately.
If you have celiac disease do not eat here. I had a terrible reaction from their pizza.
Very good gluten free pizza! Actually only one of two gluten free pizzas I have found that I'll eat (the other is Alfonso's in somerville). And the pizzas are made in a separate kitchen area.
I didn't find the pizza good at all, they had a really hard time accommodating me because they only have cheese GF pizza and I had to ask them to add some toppings and they told me they won't guarantee that there is not cross contamination, they also took for ever to cook it, my friend had finished eating when I got my pizza because they were having such a hard time making it, the pizza crust was chewy and grainy. Won't be back, try Chimney Rock Inn's pizza a few miles down and its AMAZIN!
that gluten free pizza , sen!!!!! don't be shy about getting the salads too!!! yeaaa buddy!!!!
The pizza is my absolute favorite gluten free pizza I've ever had. Their salads are also huge and delicious. They take very good care to prepare the gluten free orders in a separate part of the kitchen and everyone seems to be very knowledgable about gluten free eating.
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.
No gf options. Not the full CPK menu. Hostess Sent me to another restaurant in the airport and they had none either. Otherwise I love this chains full service locations.
My wife is gluten free, we ate here recently and ordered the gluten free crust. The pizza itself was ok, nothing to write home about, but later that night she was really sick. I don't think they have a dedicated oven or toppings for their gluten free pizza. Their crust might be certified gluten free but there is definitely cross contamination. Please beware if you are celiac.
I eat here about 1x a week and if you stick to their small menu, you'll never get sick. :)
Yummy, yummy, yummy! The GM brought out my pizza with gloves on and informed me that all of the procedures were followed. I got the barbecue chicken and was plenty for me and my brother to share. I also got a wedge salad that said it had gluten free ingredients but couldn't be 100% guaranteed however I didn't get sick. Very pleased with the experience and will be returning
My son has celiac and loves the certified gluten free cheese pizza. We go there often and staff seems very knowledgable. Their website also provides their carb count which makes it a lot easier since we deal with type 1 diabetes as well. Took us a while to go there because of their reviews. Hopefully, my review will encourage others to give it a try.
The toppings on my pizza were delicious, but the crust could use a lot of improvement. The crust was burnt around the edges but raw inside. My expectations are usually pretty low, I just appreciate the fact that a restaurant has a gluten free menu. I would recommend the lettuce wraps! They were delicious!
This location doesn't offer gluten free. Good luck finding food in terminal 2.
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.
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