I wouldn’t recommend this place if you’re celiac as cross contamination. We ended up getting pizzas to go and both my kids with celiac got really sick. I asked the server to use new utensils for their pizzas and the chef joked he didn’t have any but would clean them and laughed. We should have just left at that point because it’s not funny and now my kids are sick.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
They have gluten free buns and pizza crust. Staff was knowledgeable and pizza was good! I didn’t ask about preparation, but did tell her I was celiac. Did not have any issues.
I had a gluten free pizza and it was fantastic. My SO had a regular burger and it was divine. I have celiac and I feel alright after the pizza. I didn't ask too many questions though and just hoped for the best. WiFi in a cell dead zone sealed the deal for us.
The pizza has a thick crust and for once in my life I couldn’t finish my own pizza (regular pizza size) I had the garlic chicken with white sauce and they did not skimp on the cheese YUM
Coming into this restaurant, I figured that I would not have very many choices, but it pays to ask. They have gluten-free buns and pizza crust. I had the pizza. It was not the best I ever had; it had a bit too much mozzarella. ..this coming from a cheese -lover and it could have used more flavor, more garlic or other seasonings. (I had the white sauce.) But I was thrilled to even have the choice...I will try the burgers next!
They have gluten free bread and pizza bases although they don't advertise it on the menu! I had soup and toast, the bread was great toasted! The waitress was aware of 'gluten intolerance'. Cannot advise on cross contamination. A good place for lunch in a location where there isn't much else to eat for cheap!