Ordered the gluten free pizza - got a pizza that was NOT gluten free. You know what the Udis pizza crusts look like: they're mass produced, have smooth uniform edges, and measure 12" across. This was an obviously hand-made pizza crust, with rough edges, about 14" across. We got takeout, and were starving, so we started eating before really looking at it. Threw the rest out, but it was too late. Horrid gluten reaction. AND it was really expensive, and it was bland and undercooked, so we didn't even get to enjoy a "real" pizza in exchange for being glutened. Never going back. There are plenty of other safe and high-quality GF options in Mendocino.
— Not at all
— Separate gluten-free menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
The pizza was ridiculously overpriced, but really good. $23 for a 12’ Udi’s crust. The toppings were great and the place was cute!
Delicious pizza. Tons of toppings. Big salad. GF menu. Hilarious questions from customers on the chalkboard. Wins all around.
A bit pricey, but the GF pizza is really good. The toppings were excellent.
I talk the girl at the counter I asked her how was the pizza prepared she said there was a area that only GF pizza was prepared there and the pizza was baked in the same oven as the rest of the pizza but on the GF side of the oven. So I order the GF salad that was on the menu in stead an it was delicious. But I had mild stomach discomfort so I'm thinking I may of got cross contaminated.
Service was great and the pizza tasted great. Unfortunately I did have a mild reaction later. Must have been some cross contamination.
Loved the gf pizza and thrilled w the gf cones!
You can get GF pizza or a GF falafel platter and they are also an ice cream shop.