While I guess you can't say it's celiac friendly, they will take every measure they can to prevent cc. It is the same oven but they clean it off and wipe it down before they put your crust in. I have celiac and I didn't get sick. And my god this pizza was amazing. It tastes like the gf pizza in Italy! I'm going back for sure!!
Gluten free crust available and the staff avoid cross contamination by switching their gloves when handling the bread and toppings! The GF crust along with the toppings we had were very tasty and the staff were very friendly. Will probably visit again before our trip is over!
Being a tourist in Las Vegas is hard enough But hearing unnecessary comments about being a celiac doesn't really help the struggle we deal with They may have a gluten free pizza dough But they spoon and rub on the pizza sauce with the same spoon The same pizza slider that touches pure wheat dough touches gluten free dough , (the tool they use to get pizza placed into the oven) And use the same pizza cutter also But the worst of all is hearing One employee being kind and saying "prepare for a celiac pizza" to another employee And him saying loud enough for me to hear "Who cares " That's the reason why I won't be coming back After eating the pizza I got a huge reaction
All pizzas go in the same oven, no pan (I even asked the manager directly, because of the other reviews; he was really honest and apologetic, so that was good). Cross-contamination is unavoidable. They have no other gluten-free options. Ended up not eating anything, just sitting with my friends. Worst dining experience so far in Las Vegas.
Delicious toppings! They also ask "how gluten sensitive are you?" In my case, I'm not extremely sensitive or allergic, so I told them they didn't have to be super cautious about cross contamination. But they will be if you ask them. They were also super friendly!
The gluten-free crust is light and crispy. Doesn't taste like a powdered sponge like some GF crusts can. It's Neapolitan style pizza as well and cooked in a wood fired oven. I don't know if it is celiac/allergy friendly, but they did go in a different area to make the dough since they toss each crust fresh. There is potential for cross contamination.
They make their own crust. They asked if we have an allergy and then washed their hands, changed gloves, and cleaned their space. They used separate cooking items for our pizza. It was probably the best GF pizza I have had.