was great, but burned down and is out of business
It's not a bad pizza, but it's a 50/50 chance I'll like it when I get it. Sometimes it's just not cooked enough for my liking. I feel like I'm eating a raw pizza. My daughter doesn't seem to mind it that way, so maybe it's just personal preference.
When I first was diagnosed, we lived here every weekend, now there's more choices but definitely still a keeper. Is a better gluten free pizza than Buddy's. Also a delicious gluten free cheesy bread ( a bit greasy though!) to boot!
Probably my favorite GF pizza. Just great.
Have gf pizza and bread sticks! They taste great! I will avoid this place during rush times, I've made that mistake and gotten sick once. However they give this disclaimer that they do what they can to make sure no cross contamination but, it happens. Any Celiac makes that gamble when earring out.
I've had pizza here many times, and have never gotten sick. I always ask them to wash hands and surfaces. Quality, however, has dropped terribly over the years. The crust has become terribly bad, while the rest of the industry has improved significantly.
Pizza is grease covered and so are the gf bread sticks. pizza with pesto for sauce is really good. the gf sandwiches are really consistently good and worth coming back for.
This is our "usual" pizza place and have no reactions, we've eaten here dozens of times. They do warn that cross contamination could occur, but GF pizza goes through the oven on it's own aluminum foil pan that goes home with you. Please do be warned it could happen, don't be afraid to ask questions.
Best gluten free pizza I have tasted since discovering my allergy! No cardboard crust, or harder-than-a-jawbreaker crust at Cottage inn! The gf pizza, AND cheese bread, were both baked on a foil pan to prevent cross contaminating the food on shared pans. We will return for sure!
Had two pizzas, cheesy bread and an Italian sub. All three were made from the same crust. It was thin but flavorful and came in an aluminum pan. Their order system would not let them put Italian sausage on our pizza as it was not gluten free. The staff changed gloves and cleaned the prep area before preparing our food. Overall a very pleasant dining experience.
STAY AWAY AT ALL COSTS!!!!!!!!! VERY UNPROFESSIONAL AND RUDE MANAGER!!! GO WHERE THEY APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS because this one definitely don't!!! I ordered a pizza today FEB 8TH 2013 they sent me the wrong one, arrived 1 hour and 25 minutes later and stone cold. not to mention that this is not the first time i have had problems with orders before but never complained but i decided i wanna do it this time because the pizza they sent me was INEDIBLE .when i called to complain to the manager who comes at 5 pm, I explained to her that i don't want free pizza or discounts i just want what i paid for and that this is not the first time i had problems, and i did mention that the one they sent me was completely inedible!!!! she was very rude told me there is nothing she can do for me because the person who took the order was not supposed to be answering phones and that i have to deal with it and hung up the phone on me!!! I called again she left me on hold for over 10 minutes, i got upset called again, the phone kept ringing and ringing for over 3 minutes with no one picking up, of course because they have caller ID and she did recognize my phone number, i kept calling but again no answer for 3 times in a row, so i decided to used a different phone and call her. when she answered the phone i recognized her voice and ask her if i can speak to the manager, she said the manager is busy, so i asked for the manager name she said we don't give names out, i said that's the first time i hear that in a business where u can not tell me the manager's first name, than all of the sudden she is now the manager (after denying that at first) and told me " I was gonna give you a five dollar coupon but u don't deserve it and i am gonna hang up the phone". I did not believe how rude and unprofessional she was. I contacted the upper management office in Ann Arbor, but I don't know if they care enough to take care of their poor store managers!! if you check on yellow pages you find that many people had the same problem, and apparently that rude manager still there, what a joke!!!
Openly admit cross contamination probable
best gf pizzs in the city!!
happy to see they had a gluten free pizza! it was yummy. the only thing I didn't like was the comment the guy made about what a pain in the a** it was to make it. I assured him it was more a pain to live it ;) dude! then I got extreamly sick after eating it!!!!
Their gluten free pizza is thin crust with all sorts of toppings available. You have to avoid the ground beef, meat balls, and sausage, but there are plenty of options available. The best part is being able to have pizza delivered instead of having to buy frozen or go out for it.
Gluten free pizza and cheese bread
Not bad GF pizza