I got the gluten free personal pizza, and I found it intersecting that it was larger than the slice, and actually cost less. My personal pizza was $7.99 and the slices were 8.99. It was pretty good for amusement park food. According to Nina.com the alien macaron is gluten free so I tried it and it was the best thing I had all day
True Celiac here. This place has a whole gluten free menu, but I just got the pizza. I have eaten pizza at all the chains over the years, and this is the typical gluten free pizza. The crust is the same one used at Fresh Brothers, and the cheese reminds me of cheese from Pizza Hut. It's a small pizza, but plenty to hold over a child or an adult who isn't all that hungry. $9 isn't bad either for theme park food in general. I give it 5 stars because I did not get sick, and that's all that really matters to me when I eat out at a theme park.
Gfree pizza is ok, but not pricey for this Disneyland in-park restaurant. The employees are very aware, conscious, and accommodating. Manager takes your order and handles you with kid gloves. It's a go-to for Celiac Disease pizza lovers!
Just had a gf pepperoni pizza and the crust was very good:) The chef came out to meet us and take a special order. Our pizza and pasta were made fresh and we were assured they take measures to ensure there is not cross contamination:) A chef also came out to the dining area while we were eating to make sure everything was okay and told us that this coming week they are going to be trying different types of pastas to have more options for people with gf sensitivities:)