I eat from here all the time and have never gotten sick or “glutened” they have pizza, fries,wings, and sandwiches and it’s so good
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
The owner is very resourceful, very knowledgeable. Plus, his wife bakes gluten free! I enjoyed a gluten free wrap!
I had a good pizza the first two times but the next two times I got glutened. I won’t be back.
Delicious thin crust. Had twice while over visiting family and had no issues
Popped into this little joint before heading to a comedy show in Philly. Very nice ladies at the front who answered any questions we had about the food and options. They have gf pizza but I can't have dairy so no idea how those are, but had a tuna fish salad wrap (it was a Friday during Lent) and it was pretty good. There is a dedicated fryer for the fries. And the daughter of the owner (and fellow Celiac) said that if you give them about an hour head's up, you can get a stromboli as well. Looking forward to trying some other dishes there in the future!
Ordered the margarita pizza on gluten free crust and a regular pizza. Gf pizza was not marked gf, I guess they assumed we would know that when we got home. Okay since it was 2 different types of pizza though. We ordered light sauce and extra cheese on the gf margarita pizza and it came with lots of sauce and little cheese. It was good though, I ate it. About 6 hours later I started feeling sick and have been reacting all morning long (I ate the pizza last night). The crust tasted gf so I'm guessing some cross contamination occurred. Was hoping for better based on previous reviews.
We stopped on our way to Penn State and it was delicious. My daughter loved the GF dough/crust. She even claimed it was one of the best pizzas she's had at a restaurant. Wonderful people.
Very friendly. Staff was knowledgeable. One staff member was a bit unsure and asked the more knowledgeable staff for assistance. Not that we should be eating fatty take out... But thanks! Cocco's for giving me an option
Gluten free pizza and gluten free fryer. The owner's kid has celiacs and he is very knowledgable
Because of the great reviews I expected the best gluten-free pizza I've ever had. You're better off getting a frozen UDIs pizza... that is probably the worst frozen pizza you can get but it was leaps and bounds above this pizza. Not only did this pizza taste awful but I have celiac's and it made me very sick.
I was visiting family and friends when a friend who is wheat sensitive suggested this restaurant. My server was friendly and knowledgeable. I had the GF pizza. Pizza was amazing! Pizza tasted just like a Philly pizza only with a GF crust. Highly recommend.