Mama's Pizza (Closed)

4.0 stars 4.0 out of 5 6 ratings

445 West Southlake Boulevard, Southlake, TX 76092

(817) 421-2242
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    2 ratingSeptember 09, 2014

    The pizza was just average. I expected more bc of the great reviews, but it was far from excellent. I got sick after eating their pizza too, which made my experience not so good.

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    5 ratingSeptember 06, 2014

    visiting from north carolina and was thrilled to find gluten free pizza in Texas! Very good!

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    5 ratingJanuary 14, 2014

    Delicious gluten free pizza and wonderful customer service! I definitely recommend everyone tries it at least once!

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    5 ratingJanuary 14, 2014

    Great experience. The gluten free crust was delicious! My new favorite pizza spot

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    5 ratingJanuary 13, 2014

    Hands down the best pizza I've ever had! There gluten free crust is perfection. It comes in one size! Best gluten crust I've ever had! Definitely worth a try!!

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    1 ratingOctober 28, 2013

    I was so excited to try their pizza since one just opened up closer to my house but was very disappointed in their gluten free pizza. The crust seems to be made out of white rice flour which in my experience leaves the pizza very doughy like and never crisps up like gluten free all purpose flour crusts do. The gluten free pizza is not big enough to share, my husband had to order his own which he said was not very good either and he got a regular crust and said it was just way to buttery and greasy. My husband calls me a "pizza connoisseur" since pizza is my absolute favorite thing to eat and even though I'm not an expert at it, I do know how to judge a good pizza. There are two things that make a pizza to me and one is the crust, it needs to be crispy but not burnt and when holding the pizza slice it does not need to flop down to where you lose all the sauce and toppings. Secondly the sauce is very crucial, you need to have a sauce that is earthy and thick enough to stay on the pizza but not to taste like paste or that it comes from a can. The sauce at Mama's Pizza was very plain with no earthy taste to it plus it tasted like it came out of a can to me. I've had many people rave to me about it which gets me excited but when I'm already challenged with a gluten allergen I would expect to have some very tasty pizza but instead I got a very doughy, tastless pizza in which I lost have my toppings because the pizza just flopped instead of holding it's form.

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