• Mellow Mushroom

    3 starsApril 19, 2015

    115 North Loop 1604 East, San Antonio, TX 78232

    The pizza was delicious, and they were able to give us veggies for the humus appetizer. However, the gf crust they have is the common 12" thin frozen crust. Which is fine, except when you're charged over $20 for it! They told us that the charge would be the same as a regular medium pizza, but since the regular small we ordered (half of the family are celiacs- half are not) was $15, we assumed that a medium was just a bit more. Our family of 4 paid a bill of $80 for 3 pizzas (1 small, 2 medium) and a humus appetizer! In our opinion it is way over priced for the quality. If they made their own gf crust in-house, it might be worth it. But we can get the frozen crust at Stouts nearby or even Pizza Hut or Dominos. If you're looking for good in-house gf crust, try the Purple Garlic. It's much tastier, cheaper, and the owner goes out of his way to increase his gf menu.

  • Romano's Macaroni Grill

    4 starsMarch 24, 2013

    1011 N Loop 1604 E, San Antonio, TX 78232

    Unlike some restaurants, they have gf pasta AND Alfredo sauce.

  • Genghis Grill

    2 starsFebruary 15, 2013

    1903 N. Loop 1604 E #1106, San Antonio, TX 78259

    If you like a variety of choices, you will be disappointed. They should not be allowed to be on the gluten free list (promoting a GF menu). They have one sauce that is GF, and a couple that are 'slightly gluten free'... How it can be slightly GF is confusing. Either it is or it isn't. However, if you like stir fry and don't mind a tomato based sauce, it's an ok choice.

  • BJ's Brewhouse

    3 starsDecember 12, 2012

    22410 U.S. Highway 281 North, San Antonio, TX 78259

    The only gluten free items my 2 yr old will eat on their menu is the pizza. It would be nice if they had a gluten free appetizer to offer. We went to try the pizza, and it was pretty good.