Good selection on GF Options including several pizza options. This time I had the GF Waldorf Chicken salad full size was huge and delicious! I've had GF pizza in the past which is also a good choice.
Not sure what the previous negative reviews are complaining about - in my experience so far, having multiple options that are prepared separately from the rest of the food is a rarity, especially in pizza restaurants. Yeah, 4 or 5 options isn't ideal, but being able to easily order and know that your food will be safe is fantastic. The waiter was also very knowledgeable, and explained that they wash all of the gluten-free-area containers separately, and everyone changes gloves/washes hands, etc. when they enter the gluten free area. This is one of the best processes I've seen in a chain restaurant. Plus, the food was awesome. I shared the waldorf chicken salad (labeled gluten-free on the menu, but not one of the GiG certified items) and the gluten free margherita pizza, and both were delicious. Definitely the best gluten free pizza I've had since my celiac diagnosis a few months ago. The only reason I might dock a star would be the price (just a pricier restaurant in general), but I think they deserve higher than a 3-star overall rating, so I'm giving it 5. I am always impressed with and appreciative of restaurants that go out of their way to make things safe, especially when the staff is friendly and knowledgeable about it, too.
what a load of crap lots of options. LOL There are literally 4 pizzas to choose from that are "certified" gf. But let's face it, if they are making other pizza, handling flour in the same place, nothing can be "certified" GF. That being said, you can choose from a salad or pizza made with non gluten ingredients. My question is why you do people lie on the reviews? Are you somehow invested in the restaurant? Or have you been living in a world where having 4 options is a large selection/lots of options? puhhhhhleeeze All of that noted, the pizza is tasty. The crust is very good. The Pepperoni tasty. The sausage spicy. My boyfriend said his BBQ chicken pizza is very good. A little stingy on the mozzarella, but, not a bad pizza for a decent price (a gf pizza). Will I come back? Probably not. But I am leaving satisfied.
CPK offers a indicators for all GF items on their menu along with pizzas certified to be gluten free by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GiG). I have been here multiple times and have not gotten sick due to cross contamination. I am diagnosed celiac.
New GF menu, lots of options, great crust.
This is only a good option if you want to eat a salad while everyone around you enjoys pizza and pasta. Gluten free items are clearly marked but are few.
While they stopped serving pizza they do still have other options available. Click on the menu link below and it lists them.
NOT SAFE!!!!!!!!!! I honesty wish I could give them zero stars. I had three managers, a host, and a chef promise me it was safe. Next thing I knew, I was in bed for a week. I had never been “glutened” that badly. After telling management what happened, the guy said nobody should have promised me non-cross contaminated pizza (he was one of those that said they could easily accommodate celiac and make a 100% gf pizza). They’re dishonest and an easy way for a celiac to get sick.
They have a few GF pizzas but not too much else. I got the BBQ chicken on the GF cauliflower crust. It was amazing! Our waiter was very knowledgeable as to what I could and couldn’t have. He also let us know how they prepare GF in the kitchen. There’s only a select few pizzas GF because they only keep a few ingredients in a separate spot just for GF. They also use a different stove. Didn’t get sick at all!
They have a certified GF menu, which is awesome, but it only has 4 pizzas on it. There are more items listed as GF on the main menu, but cross-contamination is listed as highly likely. For anyone not terribly sensitive, the salads, chicken, etc., are probably fine, but I definitely wasn’t going to risk it. My daughter had the certified GF pepperoni pizza on the regular GF crust, and that was pretty good. I had the certified GF BBQ chicken pizza with pineapple on the new cauliflower crust, and I really liked it! Very thin but quite tasty.
We have eaten at CPK many times throughout the US and have always eaten safely. Recently, we were unsure about the GF crust because it looked different from the crust we have had before. This GF crust had rings on the bottom. The manager assured us that it was GF and took the extra step of going to the kitchen to get another GF crust to show us the rings. We appreciated the extra effort from the manager to assure that my daughter’s pizza was safe for her to eat.
This is the only place I can go for safe GF pizza. They have a certified GF pizza menu which is amazing! They only have 4 options to choose from, but knowing they are 100% safe is good enough for me. I eat at many CPK's and they are all equally amazing. I always order the BBQ chicken pizza with added pineapple and mushrooms with no cheese (I also have a dairy allergy) and it is yummy every time! I highly recommend it to anyone with celiac or gluten intolerance!
They have 5 pizzas that are Certified Gluten free by the GiG and are made in a seperate space for those like my daughter who have celiac. They also have gf cauliflower crust and other varieties of pizza that are gluten free for those like me who are just intolerant. I cannot eat red sauce either, so I had the waiter help me choose something and I had the Garlic Chicken pizza on the cauliflower crust with pesto sauce. It was fantastic. My celiac daughter had the Certified gf pepperoni, and it was really good, although a bit spicy for her. My son had a "normal" pizza and said it was the best pizza he had ever had. Glad we found something to please all of us.
They offer standard gluten-free crust and also gluten-free cauliflower crust. The menu doesn't have a whole lot of gluten free options other than pizza, but both crusts are good. They offer four pizzas prepared in a special section of the kitchen that's completely gluten free (something about a GIG standard?), but if cross contamination isn't an issue, all pizzas are gluten-free friendly.
This CPK sucks. No gluten free options
Very tasty GF crust. We need to eat dairy-free as well; they don't have dairy-free cheese, but were happy to take what we brought and use it for the pizza. Limited choices for toppings; this isn't the kind of pizzeria where you just select toppings from a list of 20. Instead they have specific selections and combinations available, and only a small number of those are certified GF, though others are probably OK for those who aren't overly sensitive.
Staff seemed to be very well trained and knowledgeable, and they didn't mind all of my questions! They offered 2 crust options, regular gluten-free and a cauliflower crust. I opted for the cauliflower and it was great! The menu has other options that are marked as gluten-free, and our waitress said that they can prepare almost everything else in the menu as gluten-free if requested (obviously substitutions would be made accordingly). In short, I plan to add CPK to my list of trusted restaurants and recommend giving it a try.
I debated whether or not to leave a review because I didn’t actually chance eating here. I was seated and they did have a “certified GF” pizza menu —although it’s only 3 options of pizza. They also have a cauliflower crust option too. The place was pretty dead as it was a little after 4pm. After more than 15 min the waitress came over and said, “have you been helped yet?” This was very absurd given she was clearly the ONLY waitress. There was one other table besides me dining there. I order the GF pizza. I tell her I have an extreme mushroom allergy. She says she’ll write it down. So things are looking up. Then, she says “would you like bread with your pizza”. Me: “um, I want the gluten free pizza” her: “yeah, but do you want the bread still? It comes with the pizza”. ....Me: umm is it gluten free? Her: no, it just comes with pizza. Me: no, I’m not ordering GF for the fun of it, so I don’t want bread. She walked off to go put the order in. At that point I was too scared of getting mushroomed or glutened so I asked her to cancel the order and I just left. After the first 1/2 hour I wasn’t willing to risk it. If the waitress is that clueless I can’t chance what is communicated to the kitchen.
Don’t do it... my pizza was not done and cool to the touch. I asked server to cook it more and she said next time I should order my pizza crispy .. got my order back and yes it was crispy 😖 black on the bottom and now over cooked. Plus it is super expensive!!
Staff was very friendly and extremely knowledgeable! They have a separate prep area where they make the GF pizzas. I had their “Mushroom/Pepperoni/Sausage” pizza, and they were accommodating enough to swap the mushrooms for GF Bacon... other toppings can be added however are not kept in the GF area so there is risk of CC. The pizza’s are about 9 inches.
After trusting this location, it's now on our family's growing no-go list. I ordered the GF pizza the night before my son was to leave for a band trip to Disney. After dinner, he went to the final rehearsal. He vomited at the rehearsal, jeopardizing his participation in the trip. The band nurse told me he could still attend if he doesn't vomit again and if he doesn't have a fever. I was really worried until I came home and my celiac daughter was shaking and trying to throw up, saying she never wants to eat pizza again. Sadly, it was a relief to confirm that they were 'just' glutened and my son wouldn't miss the trip we already paid for. This situation caused so much stress for our family.
My son who has Celiac frequently orders their gluten free BBQ chicken pizza and has not had any adverse reactions to it. We always tell them that he has Celiac so that they will be extra careful. When we order it to go, it comes in a box with a sticker on it that says “Certified Gluten Free.”
They do offer certified gluten free options now! They have several pizza options, as well as a cauliflower crust (which is delicious). Hostess and server knew what they were talking about, service was great. Might have been the best gf pizza I ever had. Not to mention the refreshing mocktails. Never been there before, but I’m a fan now.
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