"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."
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This is not celiac friendly. They actually use the same area with flour to make the pizza. Toppings not separate either. All have been exposed to flour pizza. Obviously some are not as careful. When you ask they say if it is serious don't eat it.
— Not at all
Flour is constantly in air. Young employees uneducated on gluten allergies work. Little to no cross-contamination prevention or training.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
I was glutened by this Dominoes twice. The pizza crust did not taste good and made me very sick. There are practically no gluten free options.
Employees are not trained on or acquainted with gluten allergies.
Their gluten free pizza dough is light + fluffy like regular dough. Delicious. I LOVE the $7.99 sale price. This is why I gave 2 stars instead of 1. Unfortunately I tried it on 2 different occasions and got sick both times. Hit me about 15-20 min after I ate it. I do not recommend this for people with celiac disease like myself. Sorry Dominoes =(
Got a gluten free pizza today, it was delicious! The crust was a little tough, but not much different than a thin crust at any other store. Heed the disclaimer that the kitchen is not celiac-safe
They do have a gluten free crust but of the five times I have ordered it, I have been exposed twice. I no longer order their gluten free pizza but I do order their wings and a salad. Their salad are all sealed and the croutons are sealed off. So no cross contamination. The wings are ok... I often Cook them longer when I get them. Since I switched I have had zero exposure issues.
They have a small thin crust gluten free pizza that is very good, but $15. Create an online account and they will send an email a lot, but one email every two weeks or so will be half price gluten free crust deal.
Dominos pizza in Oak Hill offers only a small sized pizza that is priced at $11. The pizza was quite tasty and the crust of the pizza was both crunchy and chewy. I feel the price is a little bit too high, especially since they cannot guarantee there is no cross-contamination. Per Dominos....”Domino’s Gluten Free Crust FAQs. 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.”
All locations are clear that there is risk of contamination. My Celiac is not so severe that I’m affected (yet). It is sad as a New Yorker to admit this, but in Staten Island, at least, Dominos might have the best pizza I can eat. Plus you can now redeem pizza points on gf pies which you couldn’t before.
You can get a small gluten free pizza. Tastes better than the gluten free crusts at some of the other place me and my fiancée(who has celiac disease) have been to. And she doses not get sick here
This place is awlful- crust was super over cooked and chewy. We got a buffalo chicken and even if the crust wasn’t over cooked, it was tasteless -it had like 3 pieces of chicken and just tasted like hot sauce on cardboard. Not impressed. I’ll stick with Monicals.
They offer gluten free, but they take the gluten free pizza without washing hands and put it on the same place where just seconds ago was an normal pizza. Without washing hands they take all toppings... We payed for it but I didn't eat it
Have gotten gf pizza from here a few times, ordered it gf crust and no cheese . They give me exactly what I order and it tastes good . The staff are always helpful and nice Four starts cause it is way more expensive than it should be , I can order the same exact pizza for my husband and daughter from Pizza Hut for half the price and the pizza is bigger than dominos sizes
No celiac reaction and the pizza was actually pretty good.
No dedicated area. Gf pizza cooked in same pan as regular pizza.
On the page that showcases their gluten free crust there is a warning starting that the gluten free crust is made in the same kitchen as the rest of their crusts and is therefore not recommended for people with celiac disease. It is good that they placed this at the very top of the page in a red-lined box to make it much more noticeable.
Gf pizza cooked on same surface as regular so not safe for celiacs
This isnt a place to eat if you have Celiac. The gf pizza tastes ok/good, but it is impossible to prevent cross-contamination in this facility. Even if they try, there is flour everywhere. Dont risk it. If you are NOT Celiac, go for it!
The do have a gluten free crust, but the website warns that gluten free pizzas will be prepared in the same kitchen and oven with no precautions. Half a star for honesty, I guess....
This location gets GF! After being mistakenly poisoned by the location that delivers to my house (Oltorf location) I wanted to post a positive review for Lamar as they always get it right. Even when they have run out of GF crusts during deeply discounted promotions, they have made it up by crediting us for future orders. Thank you for taking GF seriously!