Separate prep area, only gluten free ingredients there. If you want non gluten free ingredients on your gf crust they take it to the regular prep area to keep people who need gf safe. Cooked in its own pan and has its own utensils. Included in deals as well.
The gluten free pizza is good, recommend you get it well done
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
In addition to being Celiac, I also have dairy sensitivity and an following a therapeutic ketogenic diet. When my employer chose to cater a lunch from LaRosa's I checked out their GF menu, and was surprised it ONLY contained pizza, which I can't eat because of the carb content. I called the store and talked with the manager and asked if their salads were gluten-free and he responded that they were not and the only gluten-free item they had on their menu was their pizza. I found that very odd that they were unable to make a GF salad, but I think that tells a lot about their kitchen practices.
Good taste and great value!
Non-celiac, but very sensitive to gluten. We have had their GF pizza many times now with good results. As an added bonus, it is the same price as a medium pizza and all coupons still apply to the GF variety.
I never eat out. But I figured I would give the Kenwood larosas a shot since they claim they make the pizza in a separate room. I went in just to check becuase I remember they lied a few years ago and I hoped things had changed... Nope still lying.
I called last week they said separate room.... Go in to order becuase if my trust issue from the past and they again say "seperate room."
So I'm sitting there looked at my phone for a bit andlook up and my gluten free pizza is on a pan coming from the main kitchen to the room behind the counter.
This is the same behavior I noticed in the past and this is what I think is happening.
They prep the pizza and ingredients behind the counter, pizza is in a disposable pan. They put toppings on and then put the disposable pan onto an actual pan and run it from the main oven.
I didn't feel like getting confrontational, but I am going to call corporate and lay into them.
It is completely messed up to tell people it's made in a separate room and then not actually do that.
Last time I trust a restaurant. I will be complaining to their corporate and the company that have them a training certificate for this.
Yum. They were very very concerned and careful, and mentioned they have separate spaces for preparing the G free stuff. The crust wasn’t so great (good on the edges where it was cooked thoroughly though) but the toppings were delicious, so so good. I like this place