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!
Fantastic gluten free pizza. Best I’ve had from a restaurant
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I have celiac and I’m very sensitive to cross contamination. The cauliflower crust individual pizza was very tasty and had a nice texture. I had mushrooms, onions and black olives on mine. Usually only eat 1/2 of an individual myself, but I ate 7 out of 9 pieces from Ledo’s.
— Not Much
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.