We haven't been back to this restaurant for over two years after the server we had tried to re-serve a salad that he had put croutons on. I saw there were still crumbs on the salad and requested it be completely remade. The server grabbed the plate and rolled their eyes as they went in the back to ask for a new salad. With customer service like that, we won't be back.
They only do gf pizza. And only in a small base (says 10inch) but is smaller . So it's clearly a pre bought base not made on site . The toppings are good. Cider is confirmed GF too . It's a stop off place rather than a good night out on a regular basis ...
This restaurant has gotten a million times better with new safe practices of handling gluten free items. A majority of the pizza toppings are celiac safe and they take precautions. Some of the wings are even safe! My boyfriend has celiac and this is our go-to fancy date place for gf pizza, wings and loaded fries for an appetizer! Our absolute favorite. I definitely recommend.
Great food, couldn't tell it was gluten free. Good selection of different items on menu. Staff was very friendly and eager to help, especially our server, Alissa. Update: the loaded cheese fries may not be gluten free, even though menu says they are gluten free. No separate fryer for fries. Otherwise the gluten free pizza was good.
wonderful service by waitress Melissa and kitchen manager. bent over backwards to satisfy our questions.corporate allergen list difficult to decipher but they were excellent. we had salads. they offer gf crust and will accommodate sandwich without bun. if allergy told to waitress,have separate utensils and area in back.
We've been there a few times because my family enjoys the food there, it is good for sure if you don't have Gluten issues. However, both the staff and the manager are unsympathetic to gluten issues, they can't tell us what does and doesn't have gluten and the menu does not show GF options. They don't even have a GF crust. Don't go there.
The waiter told me their gf pizza has a trace of wheat flour, I guess he was trying to tell me about cross contamination? He said no one has had an issue eating it that has an allergy tho. I tried it and did not get sick. It tasted just ok tho and was way too expensive to be a regular choice.
> I have Celiac and was very nervous about eating the pizza. I asked all kinds of questions, and ordered a Hawaiian pizza. it was the first time I'd had pizza in a restaurant in 3 years. It was wonderful. the crust was thin and crisp around the edges, but kinda doughy toward the middle, like frozen pizzas tend to be,. toppings we r e great. the best part, I didn't get sick! It's been several hours and I already would have been if I was going to, since I react fast! I totally recommend Bostons, and I wish they had them in the Phoenix area. I'd eat there all the time!
I was incredibly frustrated with this experience. They have gluten free pizzas, but when I asked which toppings were gluten free, I was told all the meats -pepperoni, sausage, bacon, etc. contained gluten. I ordered a plain cheese and it was incredibly bland and a little undercooked. We asked about the steak and bacon appetizer, but they are fried with other contaminants so not gf. When asked if it was an allergy, she brought me the allergen menu....but gluten was not on it. Only wheat, which was unhelpful. Our waitress did our best and had a cheerful attitude, but unfortunately this was not a safe place to eat.
Went there expecting the menu that is showed online, and was disappointed that half of the things were not gf. The fries are not baked as stated, they are deep fried. The pizza wasn't bad but not worth the price.
Services was super good and fast! My family and I went to the patio and there was happy hour appetizers :) usually I can't have any but there they had 3 ones I good have and it was delicious!!! I was so full and then I had ordered the Boston Cobb salad and I had to to take it home and that was also delicious... Nothing bad to say :)