La Flamma

3.0 stars 3.0 out of 5 8 ratings
$Pizza, Lunch
33% of 3 votes say it's Celiac friendly

200 E Chestnut St, Bellingham, WA 98225 Directions

(360) 647-0060
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    1 rating Not celiac friendly
    2 weeks ago

    This is NOT celiac friendly. I walked up to the window to ask about GF pizza. There is flour everywhere and with the same gloves they pulled an unwrapped GF crust out of the fridge to show it to me. I’m not celiac but do have an allergy so I was not going to risk it.

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    3 rating
    11 months ago

    Ate here recently a second time. I wanted to give it a second go because the first time was pretty underwhelming. Again, not so great; I concur with what others are saying, the crust is not very good. It's "personal" sized (and about the same price as the typical larger gf crusts) and sort of a flatbread style, in that it's quite thick. The extra thickness doesn't add anything as the crust is rather tasteless. Additionally, the toppings are quite sparse except for the cheese, which gets piled on... perhaps they're hoping the fat would substitute the small layer of red sauce? I asked for extra this time and was instead given a bowl to spoon it on top. The service was exceptional and the specialty lemonade delicious. I just think you can do much better in Bellingham for a gluten free pizza.

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    3 rating
    1 year ago

    Really nice atmosphere and the iced tea is fantastic. But the gluten free crust is spongy and lacking in flavor. I went with the Brooklyn bridge and found the toppings quite sparse and not enough to offset the bland crust. It was the first time I've ever added salt to pizza. But it didn't help. The family had the garlic knots which were tasty. No complains about regular crust or pizza.

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    1 rating
    2 years ago

    I have Celiac, and tried their so called gluten free pizza four times. Got sick 2 out of 4 tries. My guess is that they have no concern or understanding of cross contamination, they probably slide the gluten free pizza onto wheat flour in their ovens. This too bad because otherwise the "gluten free" does taste good. Just not worth the risk if you have Celiac.

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    5 rating
    4 years ago

    Love this spot. Lots of topping options. Their crust isn't the best, but it gets the job done and is tasty.

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    5 rating
    6 years ago

    I've always had a good experience and have more then one choice. yippee for the Gluten Intolerant! Thank You, La Flamma

Gluten-Free Features

  • Pizza


  • Lunch
11 am - 9 pm
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