They have the GIG certification and take lots of precautions. Eat here often and have never gotten sick. Their traditional GF crust is OK but their new cauliflower crust is delicious! Gets nice and crispy and you can get their signature BBQ chicken pizza on the Gluten Free Menu.
such good cauliflower crust!! super crispy and good. when i ordered my pizza, the waitress assured me all items were GF. then when my pizza was served, the manager brought it on a separate plate and assured me it was completely GF. i’ve ate here multiple times and have had no issues and i’m very skeptical when eating out!! definitely recommend
Oh my! I’m not close to any location! While out of town I randomly noticed Restaurant close to me! Seriously... Amazing! I’ve had others and can’t begin to compare!!! Thank you, thank you! I might even indulge in lunch before going home tomorrow! ❤️
My sister and I shared two of their certified GF pizzas. Both were delivered by a manager who explained their GF procedures. The two we had were very tasty. Only 4 options that are certified GF, but if you aren't celiac they can make any other pizza with the GF crust.
They offer a menu of options certified by The Gluten Intolerance Group. I feel pretty safe eating here if I eat of the certified menu and I haven't gotten sick. I have also tested with my Nima and it has tested fine. The gluten free cauliflower crust is better than that sounds!
The gluten free pizza was fantastic for me with the pepperoni was wonderfully spicy. The only thing they guarantee is gluten free is the pizza which is prepared separately. There are other gluten free options, well noted on the menu,, but they are made in a shared kitchen. Both indoor and outdoor seating. 2 hour free parking with validation, which was plenty of time.
They only got 2 stars because they are celiac friendly. Other then that, I will not go back. It was like eating dry crunchy cardboard for $20. Way overpriced and the pizza was terrible. They have a certified GF menu and on the regular menu were items with no gluten ingredients.
We went to CPK at Ala Moana Centre today and were really impressed. They have a certified GF menu, ask if it’s a preference or an allergy, and have a manager bring out any allergy orders while wearing gloves. The pizza was good and a good size. Highly recommend.
Not safe at all for celiac—even salads. Great management and kitchen staff that urged me they would not even feel comfortable serving me salad bc of the cross contact in the kitchen. No separate space for cooking. Thank you for full disclosure!!
*Update as of 8/12/19: I recently learned that they have more than one cauliflower crust and that it’s imperative to specify that one is seeking the CERTIFIED GLUTEN FREE crust or you might not get it. That’s entirely too confusing to call them the same thing but it not actually be the same item. On another note, although they previously had a tasty GF cauliflower crust, they changed the recipe and now it’s as if there’s no trace of a rice or other GF flour in it so it’s mushy like some kind of a semi-firm flat steamed veggie disc. I had to reheat the pizza we took to go and was wishing we hadn’t also purchased one of their Take and Bake pizzas as well because we had to practically burn both pizzas to get their crusts to mildly firm up. To make matters worse, the cauliflower crust that previously didn’t taste of cauliflower at all (which was awesome), now has a very strong cauliflower (almost broccoli like) taste - neither of which my child and I (both celiac) are fans of or desire to taste on our pizzas. I contacted the main number and confirmed that this change is recent as of this summer and is not a fluke. Besides the potential for an error to take place with regards to which crust one gets, the change in crust taste and texture was such a huge disappointment for us. We won’t be returning. April 2019: Not a huge GF menu but they do have certified gluten free pizzas in both a larger size and in a kids size that includes a kid sized drink. The crust is a cauliflower crust and was surprisingly tasty. (I can’t stand the taste of cauliflower, but love the crust.) My daughter and I both have celiac and neither of us have had a reaction any of the times we have ordered there. I spoke with a manager the last time we ordered (a couple of weeks ago) and he was extremely friendly and interested in keeping us free of gluten. It’s the only local place we feel safe eating pizza anymore.
One of my go to restaurants for gluten free. Kind of pricey but great food and several pizza options
I ordered the BBQ Chicken Pizza and it was really good. They have 3 gluten free pizza options and items on the regular menu have a gluten free designation so you know if you can order it. They cook the GF items separately. Only negative was it took a long time for the food to arrive and they said the GF items take longer.
Pretty good for a cheap pizza place. It’s always a good last option.
They have the best pizza ever ! Tastes like real pizza. I got gluten free pepperoni, they cook the pizzas in their own section completely seperate from gluten. Staff were super friendly and happy to help as well. Highly recommend.
This location does have a cauliflower crust option which is gluten free. HOWEVER, CELIACS BE WARNED: they prepare this crust with all the other pizzas making it NOT GLUTEN FREE for those with an allergy. Of note, we did not find a single place in the airport that served gluten free so we were forced to live off of chips and fruit.
My kids and I ordered curbside service. All the pizzas were gluten free (pepperoni, sausage/pepperoni and cheese). We didn’t get sick, that’s always our main concern. It wasn’t the best pizza I’ve ever had, but it was good.
I’ve eaten here in the past. Each time I get the certified gluten free bbq pizza. The first two times, the manager brought the pizza out and was very helpful. However this last time I asked for a gluten free pizza and was just given my pizza by a random server and there was no stick stating that it was gluten free. I decided to ask another sever if they could check for me. In fact it was not certified gluten free. Finally the pizza was brought out by the kitchen manager. They may have just been having an off day. But always double check!
So good for Celiac's because their cooking procedures are certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group! Make sure you ask for the GF menu, because only the pizzas on this smaller menu will be prepared using these special procedures. Each time I eat here a manager brings out my pizza, making me feel extra safe! CPK is always a go-to :)
The pizza was really good, but expensive. There were 5 pizzas to choose from, and my bill for my pizza was $20. That’s way more than I would typically spend on a pizza (especially when the “normal” version of the same pizza is $13). It’s really frustrating when places up-charge GF so much, it’s not like we have much of a choice.
Love the gluten free pizzas here!! Always tastes great, but I had to take away one star because the crust is much thinner that I like (it's really thin even for gluten free, which is normally thin anyway) and the cost is ridiculous for such a small amount of of pizza. But the pizzas are awesome and cooked specially to prevent cross contamination.
I had the Bahn Mi bowl. It was delicious and the server told me before and after he brought the food that the cooks wore gloves and made sure everything was clean. I did not get sick. There are cauliflower pizza crusts but I cannot have dairy. There are several other gluten free options.
They have a small menu of certified gluten free pizza to choose from, it has a toothpick label gf place on top.