First, we are not celiac; we just choose to eat a gluten free diet. With that disclaimer, I will say that they serve by far the best GF pizza we’ve found anywhere—and we’ve sampled quite a few. Home made crust (rice flour) that is pillowy, chewy, perfect. Many toppings are also home made, including sausage, mozzarella and tomato sauce. We started with burrata (have never had before). It was a beautiful plate of fresh mozzarella encasing another creamy cheese and flavored with pesto, nicely seasoned cherry tomatoes and balsamic. Best of all was the warm perfectly seasoned GF bread to go with it. Dessert was gelato. This was a bit of a splurge for us, but worth every penny. We would go out of our way to eat there again. Delightful service too.
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— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
The girls thought we had found pizza heaven. The waitress was very helpful making sure we got the gluten free options me and my three girls needed. My husband who doesn’t have to eat gluten free couldn’t even tell it wasn’t gluten filled. This brick oven cooked gluten free pizza was amazing. My 10 year old was ecstatic about the fact that it had bubbly crust. All the girls felt like it was fancy pizza because they used fresh mozzarella. The Burrata with prosciutto was unlike anything I’d ever heard of or tasted. They served it with the same bubbly crusted gluten free bread as the pizza. It was so nice not to have to compromise in order to have an amazing gluten free meal. My girls are already trying to plan another trip back to San Antonio so we can eat here again.
Pizza looked amazing, menu mentions gf, etc but when I asked if it was cooked in separate area I was told no. I asked if maybe they put the gf pizzas on a tray or sheet and told no. Everything gets slid into the oven with same equipment and space. Not gf whatsoever by the end of the process.
Giving a one star for their honesty. As a person living with Celiac Disease, I wanted to find out what their take on cross contamination since they tote gluten free options. However, after receiving an email stating they would not recommend their restaurant to anyone with a gluten allergy (Celiac is not an allergy). They're just another fad "gluten free" establishment. It is such a disappointment to find, that people who actually have an autoimmune disorder are not catered to, but fad follwers are.
Probably the best gluten free pizza in San Antonio. The gluten free flower is imported from Italy. I had the gluten free Margherita pizza. It was delicious. The server said they can make any of their pizzas gluten free. I will go again.