I called to order a gluten free pizza and stated that i have celiacs disease. I was quickly informed that i should not eat their food because everything is prepared in the same area and cross contamination is very likely. I'm giving them 5 stars for being honest and now getting me sick.
I have enjoyed the Gluten Free pizza and Gluten Free Italian Roast beef sandwich many times. Would recommend to others that have Celiac and eat Gluten Free. Cost: $10.59 for 10 inch Gluten Free CHEESE Pizza, **additional toppings == additional cost** Gluten Free Italian Roast beef $5.78 served on a Gluten Free bun which has been very good. This just came available over winter time 2014-2015. Cant have the French Fries, they are cooked in with other breaded items. :-( Have not had anything else since I have been diagnosed with Celiac since 2013. ------------ **2015 Pizza Hut has Gluten Free pizza with Cheese & Pepperoni (UDIS crust) for $10.99 with tax $11.59 (prepared using the procedures certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG), and we take specific caution when making these pizzas.)***
I do think their pizza is okay, but you may be shocked by the price if you order gluten free! I went for two of their small specialty pizzas that ordinarily would be around $11 a piece, plus a medium pepperoni pizza that was not gluten free. I can understand their being a surcharge for the gluten free crusts, but when they gave me my total, it was over $50 for the three pizzas! What? They told me they cold not place the order for the specialty pizzas as specialty pizzas and needed to charge the regular price for each individual topping because of the gluten free crust. What??? I cancelled the order and hope they do not charge my credit card. I was sad about this because that puts us back to Dominos, where I placed an order for four small pizzas (two of them gluten free crusts) for $31.