I'm going on day 3 of hives and severe brain fog. They claim their wings are gluten free, but they aren’t as they are cooked in a vat of gluten oil. I know to ask about a dedicated fryer, but apparently my sister did not (she’s not as sensitive as I am). She brought them to our house for a party. Totally my fault for not calling and confirming myself. It infuriates me to no end that restaurants get away with saying something is gluten free, when it clearly is not. Cross contamination translates to gluten in the food!
This place means well but it's a miss. Limited understanding of cross- contamination. Although the line uses gf flour, there is only one pot of sauce and one ladle to spread the sauce on both the gf and regular pizzas. Then the ladle goes back in the pot and you got your contamination. Sensitive or not, it's not worth finding out. Watch your pizza places folks!
Owner told me that the gluten free pizza was cooked in the same area as all the other pizza.All the gluten free fried foods are cooked the same fryer as food containing gluten.I didn't stay didn't want to risk getting sick.
Excellent pizzas. Staff was very accommodating and took the time to explain the menu and food prep. They had GF baked goods as well.
Really like this place. Good pizza, GF bread for sandwiches and GF pasta. Sushi is good too. They are very knowledgable about GF dining.
Very good and safe. They have a lot of GF options!
great offerings. make sure you call ahead to reserve gf dough if you'd like a pizza, though!
had GF bread...very good but had cramping after eating it. cross contamination??