Please be aware that there are workers that do not understand what gluten free means. I ate there yesterday for lunch and ordered the spinach and artichoke dip with gluten free bread-something I’ve ordered from them many times. They gave me the wrong bread and I got extremely sick. I called the manager and she was apologetic and took my name and order number. She told me that they work with all their employees to understand what gluten free means but will specifically go back and see who worked on my order yesterday and retrain them.
Gf pizzas are so small and not very tasty
Amazing salads with fresh ingredients!
I love this place. Their pizza is amazing and they make sure to use all new utensils, change gloves, and cook on a different surface. Just make sure you ask to speak with someone about your restrictions.
They change gloves and get all clean bowls, knives, cutting board, and serving spoons to make your salad.
The salads are amazing! Lots of great flavors, with crunch! Marshmallow crisp is Gluten free too. Gluten free pizza crust is available.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Not celiac friendly, Ingredients for the pizza have flour all over them. Lots of cross contamination between the salad and pizza stations, I work here please dont come here if you have celiac disease.
Does not have a gluten free menu, just an allergy listing that doesn't help because the pizza toppings are not listed independently of the crust. So figuring out which pizzas are gf is a nightmare. Worst gf pizza crust I have ever tasted. Weird texture, no crunch, and it was cold in the middle even though it was a small personal size pizza.
Ordered the cowpoke salad. Asked for sesame seeds instead of jalapeño straws. The kid put 2 tiny tomatoes, 3 strings of red onion, a handful of sesame seeds. Not even enough dressing to cover most of the lettuce. I was so excited Foto find a salad place while traveling through but wasn’t impressed at all. Won’t be back
when I mentioned my son had a gluten allergy they were immediately accommodating and let us know just about anything could be made gluten free. The cook prepping the salad changed out the cutting board and utensils to make sure the surface was clear off any cross contamination.
The staff was friendly and they changed their gloves and retrieved a clean cutting board and chopper for me. The salad was delicious albeit over priced a little. The disappointment came in the pizza. My lunch was $30! The pizza toppings were scant even though they were pricey. I ordered artichoke hearts and had two small pieces neither of which were actually heart. My family whom are not Celiac thought their crusts tasted sour and under cooked. Unfortunately I thought I found GF pizza but not good.
Salads are fantastic. However the ingredients are all preassembled so if there are any food allergies, this place is not one to visit. There is a gluten free crust option on their pizzas, but the staff does not prep the gluten free in any separate fashion so there will most likely be contamination. The pizza was disappointing having had other gluten free pizza options in the area.
They got out our order wrong so we weren't even sure that we had the GF crust. You only get half a pizza in an oblong box. I ate the Margherita pizza. It was soggy and cold. The tomatoes were fresh like they were in a salad, not a pizza.
I have tried the Edwardsville location twice. Once getting a salad and then today getting a pizza. Both times I explained that I had Celiac and needed to make sure my food was gluten free. Both times I got sick within a hour. 👎🏻Very sad since they offer an extensive GF menu.