So so good first time eating out pizza was awesome and they used gloves
I used to eat here all the time and the pizza was pretty good but it's not a dedicated facility. The staff wasn't knowledgeable about gluten issues. I stopped going after I got really sick afterwards. If you have celiac, don't risk it.
Had their new vegan pizza on their gluten-free crust. Loved how they had a menu option that came without cheese (since I have dairy intolerance) and the veggies topping the pizza were in abundance and noticeably fresh. Though not a dedicated facility, I have not had a problem yet and I react to the smallest amount of gluten. The staff were friendly. No delivery. Other gluten-free options include soups and a flatbread appetizer. For more information check out my full blog review: http://www.eatingoutwithout.com/2014/08/ledo-pizza-review.html
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Ledo Pizza has two gluten-free crusts, one made of gluten-free flour avd and the other made of cauliflower. Their menu states that they cannot guarantee that food is not cross-contaminated. When we made it clear we needed gluten-free food, the manager came out and explained that the gluten-free crusts are made elsewhere and come in wrapped packages so it sounds like they minimize the handling. We enjoyed the pizza and my son (who has Celiac disease) did not complain of a tummy ache.
Not only fantastic pizza but above and beyond service. The gluten free pizza is out of this world. Thin good crust with good texture flavor. Being gluten free myself, I can say this was fantastic pizza and I didn’t have any issues. Neither did the other gf people who I ordered for. I was in town for an event and was tasked with sourcing pizza for several people with food allergies. Frank and Matt went above and beyond to make sure we were taken care of even when I had to change our delivery time due to an schedule chance there I couldn’t control. Thanks again! You guys really helped and everyone loved their pizza!
Pizza was delicious! One of the best crusts I’ve had!
First time we ordered from here I would have given them 4 stars. Crispy crust, good toppings. Sauce is a bit too sweet though. Last night we ordered two gluten free pizzas. My son and I have been so sick all day. I am actually wondering if they gave us the regular pizzas. I haven’t had a reaction like this is years! It tastes good but not worth the risk.
They have one size of gluten free pizza- small but my wife said this was the best crust so far that she has tried. When ordering over the phone they knew which toppings and sauces were GF and the crust was crisp and she had no reaction. Nice to have a change other than Pizza Hut and Dominos. We will be coming back.
This is —-HANDS DOWN —the best gluten free pizza I’ve ever had. The toppings were great, the cheese was generous, the sauce was “tomatoe-y” and sweet, and the crust....... The crust was 1) TASTEY, 2) crispy, 3) DONE all the way through, 4) the right amount of chew, and (drum roll inserted here)...heated up FABULOUSLY the next day by using a fry pan with a little oil and a lid to remelt the cheese. Yes, I’m Celiac: diagnosed 4 years ago. I’ve had more than my share of GF pizzas. Most are bad. To be called good, they have to be decent tasting and tolerable until the cheese cools. After that, don’t even bother taking it home. The waitress there said she CHOOSES the GF crust over the regular one. That speaks volumes. I EVEN purchased a jar of their sauce to take home. I was completely thrilled with this place!!
Only giving it 1 star because you have to give it something. Not a great experience. Was excited to go here with my son. Went with whole family and ordered drinks. Then we placed our order. Waitress comes to say that they have no GF dough and did we want something else. This chain even has a tiny GF section on their regular menu about their dough. We walked out.
The pizzas are excellent - I recommend asking for the gluten free pizza to be prepared well done. They also will be carrying Gluten Free buns for their burgers soon!
NOT CELIAC FRIENDLY. The menu clearly states it is “not intended for those with a severe gluten allergy.” We asked the server if there was anything they could do to prevent cross contamination because I have celiac disease and she stated everything is made together and cross contamination can not be avoided. We had to leave and find another place.
The best gluten free pizza!!
Their gluten free pizza crust is amazing! This is a perfect case where quality is not sacrificed for the substitution. Details are right on the menu and you can customize your own toppings.
Best GF pizza I've had to this day. Just ahead of Naked Pizza and way ahead Pizza and others. It's like a real down to earth greasy pizza that I was used to eating. I loved their pizza for years and the gluten free pizza tastes the same to me. It's also one of the larger gluten free pizzas you can order, so it really feels you up.
I haven't had any problems with cross contamination from ledos. they now have several different options for gf dishes and the lady that works there is awesome. I go to ledos about once a week for lunch. It's easy and don't have to worry.
Don't know why it says shut down. It's open and delish. Best GF pizza I've had, but only good if fresh/hot in house (don't take it home to eat, won't taste as good). They only guarantee the cheese pizza since that's kept separate. Bummer not to have other topping options.
Tasty personal size pizza (it's square!) on house made GF crust. It's so fluffy and bendable we double checked that it was GF. Not a dedicated kitchen, so maybe not suitable for Celiacs, but it was fine for us.
I have eaten here multiple times and never had a problem. I'm a celiac.
Had a personal pan pepperoni pizza. Decent. Their menu states that their food is "not for those with severe gluten allergies" as their food is not prepared in separate kitchen so cross contamination is possible. I had no problems with the pizza.
This is not safe for celiac as they don't cook it separate from the other pizza. Flour is everywhere from the other makings and they actually list that they aren't safe for celiac.
I love getting a salad from here, but I wouldn't DARE try their pizza because I have been told that they cook it in the same area as the regular pizzas. They're buffalo chicken salad with grilled chicken is DELICIOUS though!
The pizza is delicious, the soups are more of a gamble.
The pizza came to me hot and delicious! It ranks among some of the best gf pizza I have had! The non-gf pizza also was a hit! Thanks Ledo Pizza!
Has a gluten free pizza. There may be cross contamination but that's the same with any gluten free pizza in a restaurant. I personally liked the pizza. It was sweet. I suspect it was made with sweet rice flour. If you like your pizza sweet then this is an option for you.