(I am not celiac, but have a gluten intolerance) This place was awesome. Crust is thin - just like them all, but loaded with goodies on top. It’s pretty delicious and filling for a 12 inch pizza.
I love their gluten free. It takes like a real crust not a cracker. But more expensive than other pizza options.
Flying Pie has been red flagged by a few gluten free websites, and I myself have gotten sick twice now after eating their pizza (thought maybe the first time was a fluke but no such luck). I'm guessing there is some serious cross contamination issues. Which is really sad because Flying Pie was my absolute favorite pizza place in Portland before going GF.
It was good. The prices are a bit high and they charge additional $2.85 for gluten free crust, despite the menu saying $2.50 for GF. 12" (small) is the GF option and starts out at $14.50 + $2.85 for GF and goes up from there. We do not have cross contamination sensitivity.
The stromboli on gf crust is my favorite thing to eat; however I am saddened to say my last pizza was cross contaminated.
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If you have celiac or a gluten allergy, this place isn't going to work for you. They have gluten free crust, but told me they are not celiac safe because there is flour flying around all over the place in the kitchen. I appreciate the honesty. Just sad to strike out on safe pizza once again.