GF Pizza, salads easy to get to. They have online ordering and deliver. Nice staff but pizza is best during the week.
I order a gluten free pizza from them about once every 1-2 weeks (sad but true). They keep getting better at making them. I order extra cheese every time. Sometimes I order mushrooms or green peppers. I have never gotten sick. I'm sure it is not celiac friendly. I believe they state on their website that it is not suitable for celiacs.
I have celiac disease and I can handle a little crossed wheat/gluten in my food. But if you can't (like can't even touch it) then I don't recommend. They warn that it might not be %100 gluten free, but I think they do that because people are so sue happy. But I love the gf pizza though. On the smaller side but very worth it! I've never gotten sick off of it and I've been eating it for over a year now.
Price is atrocious!!!! Pizza was good but good lord! $11.19 for one topping small!!! Outrageous! Will be a last resort if I have a hankering for pizza! Husband also ordered a 3 topping LARGE for $7.99!!! Highway robbery! Made me nervous it wasn't on its own tin. :-/ **UPDATE** On a side note the pizza is good. AND when they do their "order online for 50% off" you can order a loaded gf pizza for like $6.50. We only eat here when they have that deal.
They do not guarantee that it's free from cross-contamination, and it often comes out a little well-done (I can handle some cross-contamination), but it's nice to have a decent pizza that doesn't taste like cardboard. Edit: I've had to reduce how many stars given from 5 to 2. The first time I went, I was thrilled with the pizza and the crust. The second time, was still happy, but had concerns afterwards about whether it was really gluten-free or not. Third and last time, the pizza they gave me was DEFINITELY NOT gluten-free. I was up all night with stomach cramps and terrible pain. Unfortunately, I won't go back now. That's too bad. Their sauce was tasty, the crust crispy, the toppings were good, and the price reasonable ($8, I believe). If you can take the chance or know somebody that works there that will ensure you get gluten-free, go for it. Otherwise, eat there at your own risk. :(
Good pizza. I prefer this over all delivery places locally
Domino's finally has GF pizza! Although they do have a disclaimer on their website stipulating that they can't guarantee the pizza is safe for celiacs, I did not have a reaction to the pizza here (and I am celiac). I think on their website it says that almost all of the toppings/sauces are GF with the exception of just a handful (alfredo sauce, Philly steak, etc.), and they use cornmeal when patting the dough, so there is no airborne wheat flour in the kitchen. Eat at your own risk - but I think that the risk of cross contamination is actually pretty low compared to other pizza chains. Pizza was pretty yummy and a decent price.
So good best gf pizza I've had yet!
Dominos has some of my favorite GF pizza!
Gluten free pizza!
Not celiac friendly as there could be cross contamination but surprisingly some of the best GF pizza I've tried yet. Unfortunately the GF crust only comes in 10 inch and is really pricey compared to their regular pizza but it is crave worthy. The crust is crispy and chewy like a good pizza should be. They lose one star for the price. $10+ for a small.
Dominos gluten free pizza might be the best I've had. Only available in small (10").
GF pizza was yummy ?? (Especially with the garlic sauce ) the thin crust dough was somewhat crispy too . It only comes in a small & depending on the toppings it can get pricey &10-14 w/tax for mine...but the small has 6 slices :-) Dinner and leftover for lunch --\o/ ** they do not guarantee any CC But they don't prep it on "the line" with the hand tossed. It is removed from special packaging in a designated area. Hope this helps
Just beware of cross contamination. Not recommended for highly sensitive celiacs.
Note that this place offers delicious pizza labelled 'gluten-free' but they admit that cross contamination is highly likely so unfortunately if you have celiac disease this is not for you. Not sure what the point of advertising that they sell gluten-free pizza if it's not in fact gluten-free. The pizza was absolutely delicious but had I known about the cross contamination issue I would not have taken the risk. Please, Dominos, make it possible for us celiacs to eat your pizza!