Ok, they do have gf crust (10" small only). On one hand, they bake the pizza in a tin foil pan. That's normally a good sign. On the other hand, they dough was a little undercooked. It was stuck to the pan, yet somehow burning hot. 30 min after it came out, I still could not hold a piece after peeling it off the bottom. I've had gf beggars pizza 3-4 other times at other locations. This was my worst experience. I might still give them another try. (I felt uncomfortable afterwards. I doubt I was CC'd. My guess is the sausage I got was not GF. The staff wasn't very knowledgeable, but on the bright side, this is the first time my gf beggars pizza came out in a tin foil pan. That made me feel better.)
Excellent pizza but I do like my crust a little crispier. They cook it on a disposable aluminum pan, and it does stick to the pan so they really should grease the pan a bit. Next time I will ask them not to slice it so I can transfer it to a different pan at home and crisp it up a bit. Great taste though!
Ordered a pizza for pickup. The crust didn't seem to be done all the way it was very soggy... it was liquid pizza. I would never get it again. I believe pizza is just one of those things that is just isn't going to translate into the gf world
When ordering a regular pizza and a gluten free pizza they failed numerous times to mark which was gluten free. Finally after too many times I do not order from there at all. This is at the Lansing location.
I have tried every pizza place locally that offers gf, and this pizza is great! They have a thin crust in a 10" that taste as good as I remember regular pizza tastes! My husband who is not gf also agrees their gf pizza is one of the best in the south suburbs