The pizza is made separately and we never get sick. They even have gluten-free desserts!
Very friendly front of house who answered all of my questions regarding preparation, even on a busy holiday weekend. My order was flagged to prevent cross contamination. Separate prep area and pizza cooked on heavy foil. Delicious pizza with chewy crust. Would recommend and will visit next time I'm in town.
Amazing! Had the taco pizza gluten free. They even used aluminum foil to prevent cross contamination in the oven. Waiting on our gluten free brownie sundae! Yum!
I was diagnosed with celiac disease 5 years ago... this was one of the best GF crusts I've had! Locally grown ingredients; Friendly staff, and quick service! I knew I was in good, capable hands the moment we walked in. Recommended!!👍🏻
Local ingredients, friendly staff, really really good food, recommend it! Best crust ever!
Gluten free beer, cider, wine, and flatbreads. Great options, and a caring staff. Flatbreads are kept separate on tin foil when cooked.
The staff was very courteous and very knowledgable about cross contamination. We had a great meal there today and no effects! My son has celiac disease and is very sensitive. We would know by now if he was even cross contaminated. He had the Jay's flatbread (cheese pizza) and a root beer. They make them on foil in the walk in fridge, away from contaminates. Definitely will be back!
Amazing. Honestly the best crust I've had since being diagnosed. Very careful and knowledgable.
Pizza is phenomenal and the environment is very hippie zen. It's like I was transported to California
I wasn't in love with the gluten free crust....I thought the pizza was a little bland.
My go to place for gluten-free pizza! Amazing gluten-free crust and wicked good salad for the appetizer! Very cautious - uses tin foil on pizza plates and seperate brick oven to prevent contamination! I also love how they try to source as locally as possible.
Great gf pizza and beer
The crust is some of the best GF crust I've had, and the kitchen and staff are aware of Celiac and food preparation. They have a separate station for making the GF flatbreads, and they wrap the crust in tin foil before putting it in the brick oven. They are as cautious as can be. That being said, this place is not safe for anyone with Celiac. There is flour everywhere, the brick oven is small and shared with regular flatbreads/pizzas. It's just not possible to avoid. The staff is great and they have the knowledge and commitment, but if you have Celiac you shouldn't eat here.
Flatbreads always my go-to regardless of location. It's not an Udi's shell which most cop-out places use because it's easy--don't get me wrong I use it at home but that defeats the purpose of going out. Always prepped in a separate location to not cross contaminate. Cooked on foil but still get that wood fired flavor. And cut with a separate cutter. Love it there!!
The "flatbread" is ok. Would not go out of my way to get it again. Went only because folks in my group wanted Pizza. There are a lot of very good restaurants in Portsmouth that are accommodating and have a more interesting menu selections. But if you have concerns about cross contamination, they do control that very carefully.
I have celiac and have eaten here several times with no ill-effects. Each time I go I explain that I have celiac and tell them I need them to be very careful when prepping my pizza. The crust comes in its own pan already so the crust doesn't actually ever touch the oven or the counter. They also use separate utensils. And they even have Green's Amber Ale GF beer (best tasting GF beer IMO)!
Too much flour in the air apparently as we got sick from the GF pizza. Bummer, since it tastes good!
Expensive, but good food. Some of the better gf crust in the area.
I agree with the reviewer who said there is too much flour flying in the air to be safe. Even though they prepare the pizza in a separate room, I've seen them carry the uncovered pizza by the area where they are flipping dough on the way to the oven. It tastes good, but too often is burnt.
The best gluten free pizza I have ever had. The service was great and the atmosphere was awesome.
I love their GF pizza!!! They have really good salads as well.
Delicious pizza with awesome crust, but an extra $4.50 for gluten free crust hikes the price up quite a bit! Worth a stop if you're craving normal tasting pizza!
while they do make an effort to avoid cross-contact, there is simply too much flour in the air to be safe for Celiac. visiting when it first opens so that there is less flour in the air may help.
Love Flatbread in Portland & this place is also very great about being gluten free! Amazing pizza & the goat cheese salad is my absolute favorite!
Waiter was knowledgeable on celiac. They prep it on a separate surface and cook it on foil in the oven to avoid cross contamination. Biggest thing for me was the taste of the pizza was so good. Most restaurants that have GF crust undercook or overcook it. But these folks got it perfect on all 3 GF pizzas! Their ingredients are all fantastic as well. Best pizza over had since being diagnosed. Only downside was cost. $110 for 4 pizzas and 1 mixed drink. But hey, you're on vacation in Maui, so sticker shock is common.
Knowledgeable staff and separate preparation for GF pizza made this feel like a safe choice. My son ate the pizza and did not complain but honestly I didn't think it was very good.The toppings were delicious but the GF dough not so much. It seemed like the bottom (either the dough itself or because it is cooked in a pan) was undercooked but the crust was really dark. I'm not sure how they could avoid it given that they are going out of their way to make it safe, but I guess upon reading all the reviews I had set expectations higher. Great service, salad, fresh lemonade and toppings.
The food is awesome and the ambience of the older mill building is charming. Staff are friendly and helpful with how to make menu items GF. The GF pizza is exceptionally tasty. My only frustration was the $4.50 upcharge to make the standard pizza using GF dough. I understand why it costs a little more, but it does make one feel a bit like a second class patron when the reason for GF is allergy related rather than personal preference.
Staff seemed very knowledgeable about Celiac. Informed me that they take as many precautions as possible but there is plenty of "airborne flour, etc." so I'm taking a risk eating there. I ordered a cheese and herb flatbread which apparently came out without herbs because the waitress asked afterwards if I wanted herbs on the side? I declined because it was very tasty without. Picky family loved their non-gf pizza. I waited a few days to make sure I didn't get sick and so far so good. The pizza was however extremely greasy and maybe I'm weird but the amount of smoke from the ovens inside kind of bugged me while eating, haha. I'd go back though.
We Nima tested the gluten free jays heart pizza and came back positive for wheat 👎. The staff was very knowledgeable, they prepare it in a separate area, use separate cutting utensils, cooked on tin foil, still came back with wheat. So sad was looking forward to trying this place
They not only cooked the pizza on a disposable tray but they prepare the pizza where they prepare the salads to help with any cross-contamination. The gf pizza was very good and my son had no issues after eating it. The staff is super friendly and the atmosphere was great. It's family friendly but also a good place to go without kids. We will definitely be returning when we are in the area again.
My go-to pizza place. For one, they carry the only GF beer I like (Glutenburg) and they seem very aware of cross contamination risks, giving a little warning about the chance of flour in the air every time we go. Given that it's nearly impossible to have zero risk, and given that they have a separate preparation area for GF pizzas, I'm ok with that small level of risk but last time they even offered to put my pizza together in the walk-in freezer, which is going above and beyond and shows that they are really trying to make it work for even very sensitive people. And they apparently have a separate pizza oven for GF (this is new). And your pizza arrives in a foil tray. The ability to go out with friends for pizza and beer after my diagnosis means a huge amount to me. Highly recommended.
When you order the gluten free pizza the server should ask if it's an intolerance or celiac- ie if they should put it in a safe pan- if they don't make sure to mention celiac! They can prepare the pizza in a separate area the server informed me. Good to have this option when going out with people. I am not a huge fan of the crust as I think it's a little soggy but still good toppings and great to have the option of safe pizza in downtown Portland.
This might have been the best pizza I have ever had. They catered perfectly to my gluten allergy, with an amazing pizza and a gluten free whoopee pie for desert. Everything is farm to table, healthy and delicious. I might come back to North Conway just for more Flatbread Company, I would very highly recommend it to anyone and everyone, especially those with food allergies.
One of my absolute favorite GF pizzas! Punctuated Equilibrium is my favorite. I live nearby and get a pizza for pick-up almost every week--I've never gotten sick and it tastes delicious. They also have a great salad, GF beer, and a really tasty GF whoopie pie for dessert. If you come here to eat, it's a fun, casual atmosphere, but don't come expecting a quiet meal as there are lots of families with children. I've bowled here several times, and it's awesome being able to get a GF pizza and beer while bowling. (Be warned that the wait for bowling can be very long and you cannot call ahead; you must put your name on the waiting list in person.)
Phenomenal gluten free flatbread; just like the real thing. Staff is very understanding and most, if not all, flatbread topics are/can be prepared gluten free. Crust is doughy - a great contrast to the crunchy burnt crust we can usually find gluten free!
The salad was good, I feared the pizza due to past experiences with cross contamination. They messed the order up twice though and it came out with gluten containing products on it. I'd go back and try it again though. In their defense it was a very busy night for a fundraiser. The gluten free drink they brought me tasted like sewer water though, and they don't have bottled water available, so I went without a beverage.
Best gluten free pizza in Providence! The crust is crusty! All toppings are gluten free, salads are fresh and crispy and the brownie sundae is also gluten free. You pay for the quality but you can see the menu prices online, so no surprises there.
We ordered the flatbread special with prosciutto, red onions, cranberries, and I believe three different types of cheeses... Drizzled with a balsamic reduction! It was so tasty! The dough is by far the best I've ever had! It was a perfect size to share. I also had a bottle lavender lemonade mead wine -- I highly recommend it! Great quality ingredients! The only downfall to this place is the service took soooo long.
Ordered the Kahlua pork pizza on their "perfect" crust which is supposedly gluten free. I was sick within 2 hours. Not sure if it was cross contamination or something else on the pizza. When I ordered I informed that I had celiac and asked what was my best option I was told everything can be made gluten free. The gluten free crust is an extra $7 charge on top of the Reg. Pizza cost which is crazy ridiculous.
My 11year old Celiac said it was the best pizza he had since being diagnosed! Super careful with preparation and all pizzas were delicious! They put the pizzas on tin foil prior to baking to prevent cross contamination in the oven. Udi's crust offered as well as a vegan and GF option. Salads were scrumptious too!
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