In my short journey with Celiac so far, pizza has been on the top of my list to find a safe option for, as it’s my favorite food. I ordered a GF cheese pizza and was more than pleased. So far it’s been the only safe option I have found that also tasted genuine. I loved Mamma Mia’s pizza pre-Celiac and am thrilled I can continue to eat there. I called and spoke with an employee earlier in the day about their preparation for their GF pizza and they reported they not only prep and make the pizza in a separate place with gloves and separate utensils, but they also use a separate oven for cooking. I am happy to say I had no reaction after finishing my dinner and believe they truly handled my food as carefully as they told me they would. So thankful!!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Really awesome gf pasta dishes and pizza! * would like say it’s potentially unsafe for celiac. Though I haven’t had any major reactions, I did get there early one time and watched them take my GF pizza out of the oven and cut it up in the same spot that they make the regular pizzas. Originally I was told it was made, baked and cut in a flour free spot (other side of the kitchen) but that’s not what I saw.
It was ok. They did not have a GF menu but the waitress was helpful. I did request they get the menu from the Plymouth location as they have a great selection of GF options. My choices were limited as they had to go to the kitchen each time I inquired about a dish. I gave up and just ordered what I knew could be GF. The food was good. I will stick to the Plymouth location until they get a GF menu.