Informed staff I have celiac disease. She recommended gf pizza, it comes on it's own try and you get a wrapped pizza cutter so no cross contamination. However I was sick immediately after eating.
This restaurant thinks it’s gluten free, but it’s NOT! They’ll cook your pasta in boiling water that has had regular pasta in it. Also they think “gluten Free” means just the pasta! I ordered their gf chicken Alfredo and they FAILED to tell me the chicken they use is ROLLED THROUGH FLOUR! Thanks for glutening me! Don’t think I’ll be back! The staff could barely speak English and looked at me like I had two heads! So I don’t know what other’s are talking about friendly and helpful?
This spot is popular. It is in a stip mall with a WaWa. They seem to be the real GF deal. Pies are cooked on a disposable alluminum pan and they give you a plastic pizza cutter in plastic that says 'Gluten Free'. Pruce is good.
Got a gluten free pizza here once or twice and it was great, I believe they were both made by the young lady in the kitchen who took my intolerance as seriously as I deserve when dining out. However, I went to dinner here about two months ago and got the gluten free pasta with Alfredo sauce, both were allegedly completely gluten free. I vomited and had other digestive problems (if you catch my drift) within 15-20 minutes of eating, I had to RUN to the WaWa next door because I couldn’t find their bathroom. I want to go back because I really liked their pizza and chalk it up to a few loose flours getting in my food, but I almost think the server gave me regular pasta - or the Alfredo sauce wasn’t gluten free, despite being verified as such by the manager on the phone. It has made me terrified to eat out anywhere since.
Accommodating staff. Helped to steer me toward a definitely gf sauce, Aurora, which was delicious. Good gf pasta too. Not sure they understand celiac tho so had to say 4*.
The staff will let you know what is GF or how the kitchen can make it GF. The pizza is awesome (ask for extra sauce) the GF Penne is also awesome, and you can substitute it in ANY recipe. For people with Celiac the pizza comes on its own tray with its cutter.