They had gluten free pizza, but it was not good. It came out and the crust had no color. The sauce tasted store bought. Honestly I’ve made better homemade gluten free pizzas. Store bought frozen Freshcetta would have been a delicacy compared to this pizza. No thanks! I won’t be eating here again.
Ordered delivery, was 30 minutes late and cold. I've ordered GF pizza for delivery before, the texture was very different. I called the restaurant to confirm it was in fact gluten free since I have Celiac. I was put on hold for the manager and then again to confirm with the kitchen. The manager was not friendly and not very apologetic for the late, cold, questionable food. I will not be returning.
I took my celiac daughter there after calling multiple times to speak with the manager about their gluten free products and was assured it was 100% gluten free. Seeing as she threw up over 19 times and passed out twice after eating there we realized they were wrong.
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