They had a lot of gf pizza options. I opted for the gf penne pasta with white clam sauce and a salad with no croutons. While we were eating a woman returned her gf pizza bc it had breaded chicken on it so I know there’s some education to be done here. On the other hand they redid her pizza and she said that their gf pizza is her husbands favorite.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Excellent food. Daughter was happy with the GF pasta.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Best gluten free pizza ever!!!!
Great food and excellent customer service! The gluten free pizza was amazing!
Great choice they have GF pasta that was great and left out the flour for the chicken Alfredo it was great to have something I love before Celiacs
Great food!! Pizza and pasta were delicious! Def recommend
The Gluten free pizza is very tasty. I've had it several times, prepared with different toppings, and have never gotten sick.
Went there this week while on vacation in the Poconos,one of the best gluten free pizzas I have had and larger than most. 14 inch in its own pan with a plastic pizza cutter sealed in plastic.
Waitress was very friendly and knew about celiac and cross contamination.Will go back next time we go to the Poconos
Very gf friendly. Gf pasta and gf pizza
I liked this place so much, I ended up eating there twice while on vacation. The first time I had a veggie pizza which was good. The waitress was knowledgeable about GF and cross-contamination. The pizza came in it's own pan along with a new
plastic pizza cutter. The second time I had pasta, the chicken balsamic--very, very good! The waitress wasn't as familiar with GF, but happily took my questions to the guys that were preparing the food. They were more than willing to modify their dishes to accommodate what you want. The people were friendly and the prices were reasonable.
They are very careful about cross contamination. The crust is cooked is a foil piepan. I would assume it comes frozen and wrapped in plastic. This is a good thing as a pizza restaurant has flower everywhere and if they were hand kneading gluten free crust it would certainly get cross contamination. They bring you a plastic pizza cutter sealed in plastic. The pie was a good size 14" and tasted fantastic, for gluten free the crust I though it was fine. Will be eating there whenever I need to fulfill my pizza craving!
The pizza was pretty good, but could have been cooked a little longer to crisp the crust. I won't vote on it bc I didn't go there and am not 100% sure, but it might be celiac friendly. The pizza was on/cooked on aluminum tray (like a pie) and they gave me a plastic pizza cutter in a plastic sleeve.
I was my first restaurant in the Poconos that offered gluten free pizza. I w like the topping getting use to the crust
The pizza crust is basically a saltine cracker, but they did a good job of keeping it seperate from the non-gf food and even gave us a prepackaged pizza cutter. I wasnt impressed by the crust but the toppings werent bad.
Had a couple slices of a gluten free pizza with meatballs. tastes really good. hard to find places that make pizza
Went to see what they had that was gluten-free. Apparently they have GF pasta and pizza, but the guy behind the counter didn't know how they were made or prepared (although,it sounded like one of those frozen dinner deals), and would not show me the box it came out of, to look at the ingredient list (as it sounded like it came out of a box-I have multiple allergies, so I wanted to make sure it was safe). Ended up not ordering anything.
I was unable to find out what brand of pizza/pasta they use or how they prepare the gf meals, other than they stick it in the pizza oven. So until it changes, I won't be back.