I could drive to the Uban Coal house, eat , have a beer and tip the server and drive home for less money. 10" pizza on crack thin crust. another company exploding. gluten sedative people
I was pleasantly surprised by the pizza crust. This is my go-to late nite pizza place when my regular pizza place is already closed.
I will occasionally get a GF pizza from here but it’s a toss-up each time. Sometimes I’ll do okay, other times I’ll be sick for days afterwards. I think there’s just a huge risk of cross contamination. The GF pizza itself is actually really delicious in my opinion. But for Celiac, I wouldn’t recommend trying it as there’s too much CC risk.
This is a favorite Go-to carry out/delivery place since they moved to town. Ive never been cross contaminated and I've tried many gf pizza topping combinations with either BBQ sauce or red sauce, the chicken apple pecan salad (I don't use the cranberry pecan packet), and their baked plain or BBQ wings. This is the only place in LaPorte I know of that includes their gf pizzas with 50% off or BoGo pizza promo discounts when offered by dominos. Glad I gave this place a try. My favorite are the bbq wings!! Look up allergen info online. I found that helpful before placing my first few orders.
They have a disclaimer about cross contamination but we havent had any issues. Even the most sensitive in my family has had issues. However, be careful, i ordered a gf pizza that had chicken on it and they rannout of grulled chicken and started putting breaded chicked on it. The person making it was new and they corrected it by starting a new pizza. Also, they have a list of what toppings would be gluten free. The alfredo sauce is NOT gf so I always get the garlic sauce which is.
I tried the gluten free pizza for the first time last night. The pizza was very tasty. I asked the staff to make sure to keep the crust as far away from the other pizza crusts as possible and they said they would. I’m not sure about cross contamination since most pizza joints throw flour in the air all day but I feel fine so far. I would trust it for gluten sensitive people but still caution Celiac patients to use their best judgement.
I tried their gluten-free pepperoni pizza last night. It wasn’t very good- crust was nearly burnt. I also had a garden salad with their garlic ranch dressing (didn’t check the ingredients on the dressing). Anyway, having a reaction today.
My daughter is GF and loved the pizza!! They were very knowledgeable and helped out with ordering while I was on the phone with them. They also answered any questions I had before confirming my order.
stay away. not safe for celiacs. so much cross contamination. if your children have celiac you are making them sick by feeding them this
Domino's pizza made with a Gluten Free Crust is prepared in a common kitchen with the risk of gluten exposure. Therefore, Domino's DOES NOT recommend this pizza for customers with celiac disease. Customers with gluten sensitivities should exercise judgment in consuming this pizza.
GLUTEN INTOLERANT: I have ordered gluten free pizza from this location many times and I have had a great experience (meaning, I haven’t been sick) every time. Cross contamination varies for me (sometimes I get sick, sometimes I don’t), and I haven’t felt sick from this location yet. CELIAC: The pizzas come with a warning about possible cross contamination so I wouldn’t suggest it.
Do NOT EAT ANYTHING!! Cross contamination..
When they say in their warning "common kitchen" what they mean is, "your pizza will be cooked on the same exact tray as a gluten one and we don't actually scrub them in between too often because it ruins the seasoning of the pan". Which is totally a legitimate way to prepare yummy food- as long as you are not calling it gluten free. So, please do be aware of that when determining if you should eat here. In my experience ordering it for family who can eat gluten, their delivery service is excellent and you can order with an app on your phone. So I give one star for even having gf options, and the second for "mostly" being open about the risk with their warning label and having good service otherwise.
"Domino's® pizza made with a Gluten Free Crust is prepared in a common kitchen with the risk of gluten exposure. Therefore, Domino's® DOES NOT recommend this pizza for customers with celiac disease. Customers with gluten sensitivities should exercise judgment in consuming this pizza."