Naked Pizza

2.5 stars 2.5 out of 5 6 ratings

417 Ramsay Way, Kent, WA 98032

(253) 277-1553
$ Under $10 per entree
Gluten-Free Features

Gluten-Free Menu, Pizza, Beer


Kid Friendly, Local Chain

Before placing your order, please inform your server if a person in your party has a food allergy. Our Ancestral Blendâ„¢ (regular crust and Mojomega breadstixx) contains wheat and soy. Our gluten-free crust contains milk and eggs and is also produced in a facility that contains and processes dairy and tree nuts. Our mozzarella, cheddar and feta cheese contain milk. Our ranch salad dressing contains milk and eggs. Although we take great care in reducing cross contamination, wheat is present in all our stores.
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    3 ratingMarch 22, 2014

    there pizza is very good the gf crust is crispy and light. the gf crust is made in same area as wheat products though.

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    3 ratingFebruary 18, 2014

    Updating my post from Feb 2013, the pizza isn't very good any longer and when had to bake it a little longer at my request they placed it on a screen exposing it openly to other items that would have baked. They really need to have a dedicated oven so they can make a better pizza. They've taken the time to provide separate ingredients, sad they can't bake them that way too. We've eaten here at Kent Station 4 times, I am Celiac and I've not had a reaction. They explained they have a dedicated station where they create the pizzas, the staff put on new gloves and pizza is baked in a covered dish in the same ovens as the non-gluten pizzas but over to one side. It's just during the last 5 minutes they explained, they remove the lid to help slightly brown the pizza and it remains in the pan so it's not touching the same surface. It tastes great, everything's very fresh, and always had great service.

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    1 ratingOctober 21, 2013

    I have gone to naked pizza twice and both times it was a disasters. I battle celics disease and have to stick to a gluten free diet, if a pizza place is going to advertise that they make a gluten free dough then it had better be just as good as their regular dough. I now go to Bison Creek for my pizza. They make an awesome dough and there gluten free pizzas are cooked separately from the non gluten free dough. I will never go to naked pizza again, I will not recommend it to my friends or family. A pizza place should be able to make the gluten free crusts taste the same as the non gf, I ended up getting sick after I had eaten one of there pies. I had the filling that the gf crust was backed on the same sheet the had just had a regular crust on. This please needs to think about the costumes needs. I don't like walking into an restaurant and get the feeling that the teenage staff is just there killing time until there shift ends. It's disrespectful to us the costumes and mostly it's disrespectful to the owner. Thank you for reading this,

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    1 ratingAugust 06, 2013

    Had lunch mid July 2012. GF crust was horrible: hard, underbaked cardboard. Toppings were sparse with NO flavor. Cheese? What's that? Even the mustard vinnagraite was all oil, no vinegar and no mustard. I will NOT go back.

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    5 ratingJune 09, 2013

    Best gluten free crust I've had and they have white pizza which is very hard to find. Winds up being cheaper than other gluten free pizza places as their salads are sad enough to not buy. Local soda pop in the machine with free refills...

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    1 ratingMay 12, 2013

    My mom, my family and I went here for Mother's Day and it was such a disappointment. We had three different pizzas, breadsticks, and a salad and the only thing worthwhile were the breadsticks. My mom and I have celiacs and the gluten free crust was fine, but the pizza was just dismal. The employees seemed to want to be anywhere else. I'm still mad at myself for trying something new on Mother's Day of all days.

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