GF pizza is as close to the "real" pizza as I have had since being diagnosed. Before I ordered the first time, I went in and asked about there procedures for keeping cross contamination at a minimum. They seemed knowledgable about why the GF pizza has to be separate. They cook in special pans. I have not had any problems. Their Greek salad is awesome too.
My first GF pizza experience after being diagnosed as Celiac. The pizza itself was decent. I really had no problem with the taste of it. What I would have loved to have seen was a little more awareness of GF with the staff. I wanted pepperoni and wanted to be on the safe side to make sure there were no fillers in it that contained gluten. When I asked about this, the employee behind the counter directed me to the sign on the counter that that stated they had GF pizza. She said all the GF ingredients were on the back of that. I looked and all that was on that sign, that I could see, were the ingredients for the crust and the baking directions for the restaurant. Looked to be part of the label for the packaging of the crust. I ordered a plain cheese just for simplicity. Another customer had to send her GF pizza back when it came out with black olives, she had ordered the "mixed greens" specialty pizza on a GF crust. The same employee who couldn't really help me with the pepperoni question had brought it out to her and she looked like a deer caught in headlights when the woman told her this. A man who appeared to be a manager came out and apologized and said he'd make a new pizza. He handled it very, very well and told her that he didn't eat gluten free but noticed most people who order that pizza on a GF crust never ask for it without olives. I'm not feeling well today, two days after, but I'm not sure if it's from the pizza or not. I feel like the staff up front could have been better educated so I have to wonder if the staff out back preparing the pizzas are aware of things like cross contamination. I will give them another try as I know I accidentally had a small amount of gluten elsewhere this weekend. Something else I've accidentally had before too that didn't bother me but I just found out today that the product does contain gluten so I will give Piezoni's the benefit of the doubt this time around.
Pricey, but delicious! One of the best gf pizzas I've had. Keep in mind, this location is IN the plaza, we were confused our first time going there! The worst part is getting the slices actually out of the tin. Sticks so bad! This is definitely a good location to try, and we did not have any mix ups with our pizza, but we did make sure to check the boxes before leaving the parking lot, and when picking the pizzas up, we told them we were the gf pick-up, so they knew!
Best Gluten-free pizza around! Staff is always friendly!
great pizza. I like that they cook it on a separate tin to limit any contaminants
For the Cottage St in Pawtucket location: WATCH THEM LIKE A HAWK. Tonight we ordered two GF pizzas. Received on GF and one regular pizza. Unfortunately, we did not notice their error until I haf already started eating the gluten pizza. I get to pay the price for their mistake. Comp-ing a meal doesn't fix painful intestines, D, headache, etc.
Pizza was pretty good! No contamination....my daughter is pretty sensitive!
The pizza is ok. It's the frozen crust that we find more often in restaurants lately. Its cooked in an aluminum tray, I always ask for it to be cooked 'crispy'. The great thing about Piezoni's, besides the posted Allergen Training signs, is that there are alot of them in RI & Southern Mass. Really does the trick sometimes!
Awesome gluten free pizza!
Awesome gluten free pizza
i love this pizza... its awesome.. cant tell the difference.. try it.. my son & I were fine after .. no reaction
i do not recommend- had reaction from eating here