I love MOD pizza and have not had any reactions there. They are definitely NOT for the celiac community or anyone affected by cross contamination. The thing I like about them besides the flavor and pricing is that they are honest or at least they always have been with me regarding their cooking methods and their ingredients. Ask for a manager and ask questions. Or email them. They have been incredibly responsive to all my questions. With me being 100% gluten free, 99% corn free and 97% dairy free, pizza is nearly out of the question at most restaurants. However I can have a tasty pizza at MOD for a reasonable price, so I am thankful.
They have gluten free crust in the MOD size. One of the best pizza options out there! You can choose what type of sauce and toppings you want. Their salads are also delicious! I've been to the Lynnwood and lake Stevens locations.
Not really GF!! They cook the GF crust in their oven on a layer of wheat flour with no barrier. To bad! I was looking forward to eating here. Not worth the risk.
they have Gluten Free crust but beware of cross contamination But really good pizza
I get sick here every time :( They are great about changing gloves and all of that however ingredients mingle on the line, so even a salad is dicey. The biggest problem is the pizza is cooked in the same oven as all the gluten containing pizzas. = lots of cross contamination. I'm ok with deep fat fryers, and don't require separate prep spaces (NCGS). However MOD has most often left me feeling miserable the following day. My order usually contained a veggie @ meat pizza with no dairy/cheese added. Including salads. Even kept dressing super simple. Nothing too crazy. I don't think this is a good fit for a celiac. The Lake Stevens Dominos had a better set up to prevent CC. There may be others nearby but they let you watch so it's easy to see what issues could/won't arise due to their precautions.
Just discovered this place near me. They have gluten free pizza and dairy free cheese with lots of awesome topping options. They do warn however that there is a risk of gluten cross contamination so eat at your own risk.
Superb. Much better than mellow mushroom since they changed their crust. And it is fast, reasonable, and yummy. Had the Dominic. Excellent!!
Amazing gluten free and dairy free pizza! You have to call in to request your pizza made this way.
I'm impressed! Not only do they offer a gf white sauce, but offering Daiya cheese is amazing. I am not dairy free but I used to be and I appreciate when restaurants offer the option. And Daiya has the best df cheese option I've found. Now, on to my pizza. Oh so many options! And, just like it says outside, oh so fast. And yes, it taste delicious. :-) I took away one star because the rim of mine, and my dining companion's pizzas were charred black. A minor issue that will not keep me from returning. :-)
Mod offers a gluten free crust (for an additional $2) and salads? Food tastes okay but you can pretty much guarantee cross contamination with either. The employees either don't understand or don't care (gloves aren't changed, same utensils, same cooking area).
I went to one in Denver recently, and was a little disappointed because they asked me if I needed gluten free for an allergy, and when I said yes, all they did was warn me that there was a risk of cross-contamination. I did not get sick, but they didn't really take any precautions at all. Here in the Springs, though, they immediately asked me if I needed them to change gloves, and everyone who handled my pizza did. They also got my toppings from fresh containers instead of the ones that had been CC'd. The staff was also knowledgable about the ingredients in their sauces (when I said dairy-free cheese, she immediately warned me that the sauce has some cheese in it), and they were very accommodating and friendly! Excellent gluten free crust (my mom said it tasted really close to their regular crust), and they also serve Daiya cheese, for those avoiding dairy. Definitely will be back! Also, the caramelized pear tea is awesome! Update: The staff wasn't as careful the second time I went in. If you're really sensitive, you'll want to be diligent, but I still did not have a problem.
This place is great! They have a gluten free crust that is tasty and TONS of great toppings. It's affordable and has a good atmosphere and a really wonderful patio. They bake the GF crust in the same oven as the regular pizzas so if you're super sensitive to cross contamination be aware of that. I didn't have any issues though. I'll definitely be back :)
Delicious gluten free pizza, but unfortunately had to change my rating. Initially when they opened they were willing to take precautions but now they've decided that they don't want to be gluten free and I have gotten sick because of it. All they have to do is have special trays to place pizzas on to cook in the oven (like other pizza places) or pre-clean(which they use to do). Bummer cuz they lost our regular business.
While I'm glad they have a gluten free option, there's a lot of cross contamination happening so I decided to stick with a salad. They use the spoon for the sauce to rub it into the crusts (gluten free and gluten full), and use the same rolling tool to spread the crust out a bit on the pan. The pizza looked good, and I like the concept, but too risky for my comfort.
Loved the numerous options for toppings. I was also happy that they made a garlic pizza for me so that I could enjoy garlic breadsticks in addition to the pizza. Never hurts to ask what can and can't be done when you go to new places! Also enjoy the reasonable prices. Looking forward to another visit.
So impressed with their gluten free pizza. They are more than happy to change laddles and gloves. There is a designated pizza cutter for us celiacs! Pizza is on the sweet side as most gf pizzas are, but its nice and thin and yummy! i have eaten there twice and not been sick!
This has THE BEST gluten-free pizza I have eaten so far!!! Tons of options, they change their gloves when preparing your gluten-free pizza (make sure you state "allergy" when asked). Another thing I appreciate is of all the times I've been there, they are NEVER out of the gluten-free crust! Amazing service as well. I barely get pizza elsewhere these days.
If you are Celiac DO NOT EAT HERE. They're super nice and the guy volunteered to change gloves (even wrote "ALLERGY" on my order), but they use the tomato sauce dippers to spread the sauce on the pizza; the ingredient bar is a mess; it goes in the oven without any type of pan; and then, to top it all off, they use the pizza cutter from the regular pizzas to cut it. The guy (a different one) may have realized what he was doing half way through cutting because he didn't actually finish cutting the pizza, but he didn't say anything either.
Delicious gluten free pizza. Prices are very reasonable for the amount of food you get. You can build your own pizza or go with one of their signature pies, which are all quite tasty. The portions are personal sized but I usually bring half home. Mod provides fresh ingredients cooked fast, it kind of reminds me of a Chipotle but for pizza.
Great pizza at a great price for the casual gluten free person but absolutely not safe for Celiacs. They have gluten free crust but it's blatantly cross-contaminated. Shared prep and baking surfaces (no parchment underneath to shield from the wheat flour) and she didn't even wash the pizza cutter between. I made the mistake (totally my fault because they do have a disclaimer that it's not Celiac-safe but sometimes places that do take precautions still say that for liability reasons so it's hard to know) and of course I got sick. Splitting the difference, five stars for taste but zero for the effort to keep the gluten free status legit.
GF crust, and a huge list of quality toppings. There is a comprehensive allergen and ingredients list on their website, according to which their sauces are all GF as well. In fact, the only topping they list as having gluten is the crumbled meatballs.All that said, the pies are all baked in the same oven, and cross contamination is possible.
I have a long list of allergies that include basically everything in normal pizza, so a reasonably priced pizza place that I can eat at is miraculous. Plus, they literally have a pizza with my name on it, so yeah, I'm gonna go with "heaven sent" on this one. The point is, for the rest of you, they have gf crust (that might actually be a little bit better than other chains', though in all likelihood it's Udi's, like everyone else's) and a huge list of toppings. Their gimmick is you pay for the size of the pizza, not what you put on it. All the pizzas are cooked in the same oven; I'm not sure if that is a significant source of cross contamination or not. My sensitivity is relatively mild.
The whole staff is very attentive! You do have to request a gluten free menu. You choose your own toppings. They DO NOT have a separate oven; however they use a deticated / separate pizza spatula for the gluten free allergens . The staff had gloves on when making my pizza. You have a lot of choices! So I felt in control of what I was chosing & consuming. The pizza tasted fabulous! You could NOT tell the crust was gluten free! It felt so good to go out to eat and enjoy time with my family without any hassle or stress! Love this place and will be back in the future.
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