Good choice for pizza. Helpful, understanding employees. Crust is thin(as expected w GF) but ours was cooked correctly and was tasty.
At one time they struggled with gluten free. The past year we have eaten their on a very regular basis. We are picky about quality and think their gluten free crust has been good for a year and great for the last 6 months. They have really figured out how to cook the gluten free crust at this location.
Crust wasn't horrible but the veggies on it were so tiny you could barely recognize there were any on it and expensive to add each. Ridiculous.
Good Pizza Joint, BUT their Gluten Free Pizza is a pre-cooked and frozen personal pizza. It usually comes over cooked because they do not cook it right at this location.
1st: their address is now: 20415 E. Rittenhouse Rd. Queen Creek, Az. 2nd: Had an excellent server, Sariah, very nice and knowledgeable. 3rd: Great tasting pizza, my wife said it tasted better than most others non-gluten free pizzas. Will definitely be back.
Really nice manager when came out to check on us. My gluten-free pizza came out soggy. I think gluten-free crust needs to be perfected before serving to the public. Frozen was better then this. But he tried!! It's a great family place and I wish they made the wings gluten-free. I don't know why they aren't??
They have gluten free pizza and will make the salad without croutons. We have eaten at Barro's many times since both of my daughters were diagnosed with celiac disease - about 18 months now. Neither one has ever gotten "glutened." Although, we did once catch a crouton crumb on a salad and had to get a new one before she ate it. Just because they are very, very good at providing a safe environment, no one is perfect - you still have to be vigilant. Both my girls love their gluten free cheese pizza. It's a very thin and crisp crust.
I have Celiac and have ordered here several times over a couple of years and never really had an issue. One time they delivered the wrong pizza, but that was a one time mistake that was obvious and corrected very quickly. The manager makes the pizza themselves to ensure risk of cross contamination is minimized.
It's $3 more for a GF pizza here but they take what they offer seriously. The manager proactively explained that it takes a little longer for a GF order because they use different pans and utensils and always keep parchment paper under the food. I've eaten at this location at least once a week for several months and never had any contamination issues.
This location does not offer gluten free pizza. Update (8/8/2013): they now offer gf pizza. The gf.pizzas are cooked along side the regular pizzas, same pizza oven, so there is lots of cross contamination. I have not tried their gf pizza because of this.
Their GF pizza crust is dry and overcooked. It was hard as a rock. There are certainly better places in town (Cibo's or Picazzo's) to enjoy GF pizza. Also, they must have a high level of cross contanimation because I ended up in a great deal of pain the day after eating there. Won't be visiting again.