My daughter and I went for our first gluten free foray. We didn't even have to ask for the menu as he'd already pulled one out with the "regular" ones for the rest of the group. Food was good and service wonderful.
Pricy, as expected - one GF pizza with 3 toppings: $25.40. The 3 toppings (ham, green pepper, potato) were the best I've had on any pizza BUT, aside from the ham, they were scarce. The crust was undercooked which seems to be a common complaint with GF pizza. The cheese was OK and the tomato sauce was nearly nonexistent. Still, it hit the spot for this pizza-craving girl AND they deliver at no extra charge. Way better than Dominos but at twice the price, they should be! I plan to try Bocca Lupo for my next 'za craving.
They have several other locations in the Bay Area that offer a gluten free menu. They store & prepare in a separate area. They also use a special cutter that is used only for gluten free pizza. The crust is purchased from a Gluten-Free bakery. The pizzas are cooked on a raised baking screen. Check out the menu, they also have chicken wings, and wonderful salads.
Bad experience...got pizza delivered from here and made sure to tell the person on the phone the gluten free pizza was for someone with an allergy, so please request they take precautions. I was sick for 2 days after eating a few slices of their "gluten free pizza".
They have a separate area to prepare GF pizzas, use a rack to keep them off the over floor, and cut them with a dedicated pizza cutter. I'm not a huge fan of the flavor of the GF crust (it's from Mariposa Bakery), but I appreciate the options. There are other options too: a lot of salads, chicken wings, etc.
I feel bad for anyone who gave this a 5-star review. They've clearly lived a deprived life, resulting in them considering this dog food to taste anything like good pizza - even if it is gluten free. Criminally overpriced pizza that was awful - also got me sick.
the owners of amici's are actually east coast transplants from new york and Boston who moved to ca in the ‘80s and wanted to bring the pizza they grew up on to the West coast. gluten-free crust is now available at many of the locations, including San Francisco, but check the website for more information. the milano pizza with roasted potatoes, bacon, mozzarella and provolone is highly recommended.
Great service. I had a cheese pizza. It was ok. It lacked flavor. My bf had cheese pizza with chicken (we shared one and had them do half and half) and he said it was delicious. Crust was very good. It is very pricey. For one 12 in gf pizza the least you'll pay is $23. Overall it was a good experience.
Eaten here a few times but its never been my choice. Cross contamination issues aren't taken as seriously as they should be. And while I can tolerate their salads, the pizzas are gross - overlooked to the point of disaster. I truly think the cardboard box has more flavor.
Gluten free low carb pizza is good!
Pizza is bomb! Even the gluten free one. You will pay the big bucks for it but worth it!
Gluten free menu! Delicious.