Stopped at this location after reading other reviews. The manager was quick to explain their GF procedures when we enquired about their gluten free items. All but one of their pizzas were listed GF. However, the selection of GF non-pizza entrees is lacking. They do not charge an extra fee for GF crusts, but you are limited to 7" and 10" sizes for the GF option. My celiac children and I (also celiac) had pizzas there and non of us experienced any issues. The pizzas were really good, especially the crusts. I'd recommend this resturant and location to anyone looking for an affordable GF pizza option.
They have some of the best pizza I have had for being gluten free. If you call when they will get a manager to walk you through everything thing that you have a question on. Thought you have to do it rather frequently because they aren't always aware that their products have changed ingredients. But they are fairly knowledgeable about it
Love this place! First trip today and was put at ease. They have shared kitchen but separate prep area. Use same area to cook pizza but are very careful to keep GF separate. Pizza only comes in mini & small sizes for GF and they post that all (but a small few) of their toppings are GF. We had the Ultimate Meat pizza and I couldn't tell it was GF! Thin crust but didn't skimp on toppings! My non-celiac husband said the pizza was solid, even for being GF.
The toppings are all gluten free and the staff was knowledgeable. The gluten free crust is very thin and has a tendency to burn.
This is a gem in the rough. We travel through the area often and I don't know how we've been missing this. They have a dedicated area and change gloves when preparing gluten free pizzas. The staff is extremely knowledgeable and friendly. And they have a good salad bar. My Hysband is Celiac and had no issues. We will make this a regular stop.
Abby's has excellent gluten-free pizza. The staff is very knowledgeable about gluten and wheat allergies. The manager told me that there are a couple of people in town who have severe gluten allergies, so they take extra precaution when someone orders gluten-free pizza (separate prep line, change gloves, all toppings are prepared away from gluten). The food was delicious and prepared reasonably quickly. I liked the atmosphere and the dining area was clean and well-lit. I will definitely go back to Abby's if I am in Pendleton again.
Awesome experience! The staff is extremely knowledgeable. They showed me the gf dough ingredients, they changed gloves, wiped down surfaces and put the pizza on a clean screen by itself in the oven. It is delish pizza, fresh salad bar.
Love their gluten free crust, and it comes 7 inch and 10 inch. I have other allergies, too, such as dairy and night shades. I didn't say no dairy when I ordered, so they put cheese on it. When I pointed it out, they very graciously took it back. A few seconds later the manager came with a coupon for a free 10 inch pizza (I had ordered a seven inch), immediately followed by a young man asking exactly what I wanted " because I want to make sure it's right this time" My family is very happy that we found a "safe" pizza place.
Insanely overpriced, way wayy too much topping, not enough pizza. My pizza looked like a mess.
The pizza is medium, but it is not celiac friendly! For gluten intolerant people, probably fine, but otherwise I'd give it a pass and try the 2 Stones pizza place instead (its in Corvallis, but they have a separate oven for gluten free).
Went here because the other reviews were positive. The person at the counter told me everything was made and cooked in the same space. I took a chance and ate it anyway. Good pizza but was sick for the next few days. Not safe for those with Celiac.
When we arrived, I explained I'm both gluten cede and dairy fre, and asked if they have an allergy menu. Since they didn't have that kind of menu, I picked a pizza that I thought might work, and then they brought out every box from their cooler so I could read the ingredients. They were VERY nice about it. I was able to get a GF pizza with meat on it, no dairy. I'm not sure how sensitive I am to cross contamination, so I can't speak for that, but I felt ok the next day, so it was a success for me.
The best GF pizza around - period. It's also egg-free, which is really great as my son cannot have either gluten or eggs. Comes in two sizes - small and mini. The small can easily feed a grown man. Can't recommend it enough! They also carry GF cider.
Sorry. Not GF. I told them my allergy was "severe" my husband specified exactly how I needed it cooked and they said they could do that. Then my pizza pie got put on a regular screen. Same contaminated peel and cutter were used... I watched the whole thing.
it is always great to find a pizza place that has gluten free pizza even better when the pizza is done awesome and tastes like real pizza should taste!! I am not sure if it is celiac friendly you might ask