We love their gluten-free crust - my non-GF husband likes it better than their regular crust! And they have dairy-free and goat cheese options we can sub for the cow cheese we are also intolerant to. The GF crust does have a tiny amount of dairy, but my body barely notices, and it's worth it to have a quick and easy GF/DF pizza option (that delivers, since we live nearby) without having to order without cheese! My kids love the GF chicken fingers, but we request marinara sauce to dip since the others are too spicy or have dairy. And my favorite, which is how I discovered them initially, is that the sodas are dye-free! No fake colors or flavors! We don't have to settle for Sprite, like everywhere else.
Their GF chicken strips and pizza are pretty good- and nice for a delivery option.
Great pizza, kind of expensive but worth it because I trust they keep their pizzas GF. This was my favorite and still is one of them but Ledo's has GF pizza that is amazing. Better than those horrible crusts at zpizza and other chains that buy those dry crumbly premades.
I wish I could be as positive as others - you have no idea how much (so hard to find good GF za) - but I guess I don't really get the positive reviews. This GF pizza tastes like cardboard. We had it delivered - maybe that affected the quality? Not sure it was fully cooked through. Perhaps it makes a difference to eat in the restaurant. Had the best GF pizza ever in Oregon this summer. Tasted like the real thing - I reman hopeful that I can find that around here! PS- I've had Dominoes GF pizza before - it was better than this. Although I wasn't sober, so....
Pizza was pretty good (I'm a fan of thin crust pizza to begin with), a tad expensive but cheaper than dominos gluten free pizza and I didn't get sick so they appear to actually keep their gluten free pizzas gluten free! As long as I am here, I will definitely be going back.
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.
Ordered gluten free pizza from Hyde Park twice, got sick both times. This last pizza triggered a full blown autoimmune attack (celiac), in bed & in pain for a week. Was unsure if their pizza made me sick the first time so I was hopeful and ordered again...which was dumb, I know. Not worth the risk for celiacs. There is a cross contamination disclaimer on their website so I give them props for that (but it should be better displayed in a darker/legible color). Great pizza, fast service, but sadly it's not safe for celiacs. :-(
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,
Definitely a great option for GF peeps like myself who LOVE pizza. I'm from Manhattan originally and wasn't always GF so I've obviously had way better pizza, but I definitely went home satisfied. Pizza is one of my favorite comfort foods and I'm really happy this place exists. They only make the GF pizza in the medium size so my bf and I shared it (perfect amount of food for 2 people) and we got half plain/half BBQ sauce with chicken and red onions (I forget their special name for it). I think we actually both preferred the plain better but both were good. I gave it 4 stars because when you eat it you can tell its not "real" pizza, but for GF I think it's pretty good.
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.
finally found a pizzeria that is open and willing to offer a range of pizza options for all people no matter their diet specifications. For me the opportunity to have good food while gluten intolerant is even more awesome. being one of the only gluten intolerant ppl in my friends group its awesome to have a place to go where everyone can eat.
The pizza here is awful, just awful! It tastes like cardboard. We went here because my wife is celiac and needs gluten free. We got one gf and one regular. Both were inedible. We've had much better gf pizza in Utah and Utah is certainly not known for pizza! There are other far far better places to get pizza in Princeton so go there instead! And if you can't find gf pizza nearby then just go without!!
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.
The gluten free crust was doughy. There was barely any sauce on it and the toppings were just OK. It was also expensive. We paid over $50 for 3 medium pizzas.
The idea if getting gluten free pizza is wonderful, so the excitement factor definitely was better than the pizza itself. I had a reaction to this pizza, as well, and am currently suffering the consequences. PLEASE proceed with caution if you get a gluten free pizza. They told me they cool them in the same ovens an pans, but separate it with a foil of some sort. If you have celiac disease, I wouldn't order this pizza.