Called to let me know my pizza had touched a breadstick accidentally coming out on the oven belt and asked if I'd like it remade. Really appreciated that! Also my favorite gf pizza hands down.
I used to eat here all the time, but it just didn’t taste that great. They can keep you safe though, so that’s a plus.
Tyler's awsome! great gf pizza! I always add extra cheese
Why do people rate this place so high?? I have tried their pizza twice and both times it was soggy and required me to put it back in the oven. Also is super thin and flavor is nothing special. Won't get my business for GF.
Pretty good but not one of our favorites.
This is my favorite GF pizza place. It is always fresh & yummy. I order on-line, pay & wait for a great pizza to arrive.
We eat here all the time and have never gotten sick. They got un update a few years ago and the seating area is small, but very nice. We usually take out though. There crust is soft and delicious. I recommend this place 100%. Ignore the other bad reviews because this place is amazing!!!
Gf pizza tastes great! However, the last time I tried to order, and was double checking that the sausage was gf, I was told that, “all meat is gluten free.” Needless to say, I no longer feel safe giving my celiac daughters their pizza.
Pizza was amazing! Crust was chewy and soft unlike other gluten free crusts that I’ve had. Unlike other places you can also order a large gluten free crust instead of just a 10 inch. I’ll definitely be ordering from here again.
I was very impressed with how well they handle gluten free orders. They put on gloves and made the pizza in a separate section in the back. He opened up all the ingredients fresh so there was no room for error in cross contamination. Pizza was cooked on the lower oven. Friendly service and he even gave my boyfriend a free coke a cola in the glass for being patient with the order. I would recommend this place for anyone who has gluten issues.
The staff knows what they are doing. I ordered GF pepperoni and the man said their pepperoni has gluten in it and offered sausage instead. He saved me a miserable night and also gave me a delicious pizza besides. I ate my leftovers for breakfast...
Definitely tons of cross contamination here. We even got a regular pizza delivered instead of gluten free once. I took a bite before I realized this. Called the store and the "manager", who sounded like an 18 year old kid said they'd deliver a replacement GF pizza. No real apology, didn't offer anything besides the replacement pizza. Clearly had no idea about the repercussions of their mistake, acted like it was a small error like using the wrong sauce on the pizza or not leaving off onions. I would not eat here if you're celiac. They're not educted and don't seem to give a crap about people's allergies. Even if they have guidelines in place, it's hard to believe they actually follow them. I guess you can't expect too much more from high school kids working a part time job they don't care much about. Keep in mind that just because you're not experiencing immediate symptoms, doesn't mean you're safe. There can still be damage if there's cross contamination, even if you feel fine. There's flour in the air, so I'm not sure how you can possibly avoid getting it on your pizza.
While their pizza tastes great, there is definitely cross-contamination happening in the kitchen. If you have Celiac and are extremely sensitive to exposures, don’t eat here.
I always hate leaving these reviews, but I think it’s a necessary reminder. After reading the reviews here, I still questioned the staff and it seemed like they were pretty aware and doing what they could... but ultimately the gluten-free and gluten pizzas share the same kitchen and oven. Yes, it was delicious, but unfortunately, mine was one such contamination story that I will be paying for for awhile. Eating out is always a risk for celiacs, but in a place that’s not totally gluten-free, the risk is always much greater - a risk I always swear I won’t take again whenever this happens. Really, really bummed.
Amazing pizza and never have a problem with celiac. They are very careful!
Im visiting the area, called to check for soy and nut allergies, appreciated finding that they use olive and canola oils and I ordered the margherita pizza. It was yummy, could of used longer in the oven to get the crust crispy, more garlic, and chopped some of the basil but overall delicious! it's not an udis, rudis, etc.. and it didn't harden to teeth crack levels like some do when they cool completely. It was $14.50 for a small 6 slice pizza
We ate at Bellagios recently and my daughter who has celiac disease got sick. They were very apologetic and offered a refund when I called the next day. Still, I wouldn't take a chance.
The guy at the register is a complete dick. Almost walked out. Figured I'd try the food after driving to get here based on other reviews. The environment inside is horrible. Loud, freezing cold, dirty and a big indicator-EMPTY! Only reason we ate is because we were so hungry. Less than fresh iceberg lettuce salad. Flavorless pizza. They do not even have pepper (as in salt and pepper) to try to fix the flavorless salad and pizza. In all, food sucks, service sucks, place sucks and I suggest you avoid this place!
I had a good pizza there. It's was slightly undercooked for me because I love a crispy crust, but it was still really good. I ordered the small pepperoni and olive. It's plenty enough for one. You could easily have leftovers, but larger appetites would be satisfied with the entire pizza.
great gluten free pizza! wonderful customer service. will definitely be back!!
I can't recall trying much GF pizza, so I can't compare it to others, but I think Bellagio's is pretty delicious. Tastes like pizza to me! Really nice to have a GF pizza option. If the crust didn't have potato starch in it, I'd probably be eating pizza more often. So maybe it's a good thing that it does.
Beat GF crust I've found so far!
Awesome pizza and GF comes in 14" size!!!
Awesome GF pizza! And I don't say that lightly...we eat a lot of pizza (4 boys in the family) and are inevitably disappointed by the crust. But here they have not only really great topping combinations (how many pizza places put pre-suggested combos on a GF menu for you, rather than just making you build your own - which you can do too) but a thin but not cracker like with a little bit of chewiness - almost like real pizza crust, said my husband. Friendly quick service. Try the BBQ chicken pizza!
My favorite delivery GF, they have a separate area for GF pizza production. Knowledgeable staff, ask questions and they can answer, if not they will ask you what your requirements are to keep you safe. Add extra cheese, it's worth it.
Bellagios is our top pick for take out gfree pizza. On the pricey side, and annoying the gf options dont qualify for their deals, but they use premium ingredients, and the crust is excellent! The Lake Oswego location is in MUCH better shape than the dingy Tualatin locale, but both offer great service, an I love ordering online!
I've had delivery, never eaten there, and the pizza is really good. One of the best GF crusts I've had delivered. And loving that it now comes in two sizes. The husband and I can share and still have leftovers which are great reheated in the oven directly on the rack. Great online ordering system.
So glad they offer GF options. My daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed our GF pizza and my husband raved about his pizza, the Butcher's Block (all meat)! He is a tough one to please so Bellagios Pizza was a HUGE SUCCESS for all! Highly recommend!!!
They have gluten free pizza crusts for sale in addition to gluten free pizzas. I bought two large crusts for $9 and my family liked them.
I'm newly gluten free, totally in the overwhelmed stage. My friend gave me the namer of this place and it was fabulous. My only problem is they don't deliver to my area. The pizza was even good reheated the next day!