As other reviews have said, this pizzeria offers a gluten-free crust which is not the usual prepackaged bland flatbread. It is indeed much better tasting, and it does almost seem homemade. The only problem I found was that it was somewhat underdone, which I was able to fix at home. If you ask them, I'm sure they can toast it up more. Overall it's a great choice if you're looking for a gluten-free pizza that's above average. They also have gluten-free pasta.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
We were told the Gluten Free pie was made in a seperate area of the kitchen with different cutters. I still had an allergic reaction.
Do not let the appearance of this place fool you- nor the location amongst abandoned shops- this place has great gf pizza. It’s not the same pre-made crust that is fairly dry and bland and it’s not the crust we remember fondly when we could eat wheat- but it’s damn close. It’s the sort of pizza I wouldn’t feel embarrassed if my non-celiac family tried. I live far away but when I visit family I make a point of a pizza from here.
The crust is not the type that every other pizza place serves. It seemed homemade! Pasta was okay, very basic. But I would definitely return
One of the first pizzerias in town to offer gf pizza. Decent crust. And the owner is very well informed. I only had gf pasta there once. That was very good also. I've never had a problem there.
Awesome place! Great people! Gluten free pizza and pastas!