I've a few good experiences here, and recently 2 bad ones. I'm very sensitive and have gotten sick ordering gluten free pizza the last 2 times (Jan and Feb 2017) I won't be going back.
This place is outstanding. Visiting from out of state, my girlfriend has celiac. One mention of celiac and our server was right on top of it. She did not wait for us to ask the usual question, she immediately told us everything a person with celiac wants to hear when trying to find a place in public to eat.
Food is awesome, service is usually awesome too!!! One of the few places I can get dairy free and gluten free!!
The food was pretty decent. I've had better gluten free pizza crust before. When I went there, the waiter wasn't really willing to accommodate to my food allergy when I asked for substitutes. I also thought it was strange that the only thing on their menu for gluten free was pizza. It would be nicer if they had a little more diversity for gluten free on their menu. The service was pleasant through, I might go back in the future.
My husband is Gluten-free and this pizza was delicious. Toppings were yummy, crust was perfect, etc. We watched through the window at the bar area and didn't see any cross contamination, but we were distracted a bit, so can't be 100% sure. Hubby didn't have any upset tummy the next few hours/days, so we give it 5 stars! Also, our bill was only around $18 for the pizza with a few toppings and a soft drink, so not sure what the fuss is about the price. For a delicious gluten-free pizza we thought that was awesome!
So far it is the best GF pizza I ate in Greensboro. It is a little pricey but was worth it if you consider that being GF limits your options of going out for dinner. We manage to get our price down by purchasing groupons when they have them. Had no stomach issue, perfect experience for me.
Everything about this experience was bad. The prices are outrageous. I paid $40 for two GF pizzas that combined barely had enough toppings to cover one pizza. But that is the least of my concerns, heck, a loaf of Udi GF bread is about $6. I watched as the guy in the back that is supposed to be making the GF pizzas in a "clean" place take out trays of frozen regular dough. He was wearing gloves but he touched every ball to unstick them from the trays. Then left the stacked trays about two feet away from the processing table designated for GF pizzas. He left the same gloves on and the same apron on when he pulled my pizzas out, put them on the table next to the stacked trays, cut and boxed them. When I confronted the manager she rudely informed me that they are properly trained on how to handle gluten free products. Well, guess what happened when I got home and ate half of one of the pizzas last night. I got an awful stomach ache, struggled to sleep through the night, and woke up today feeling like my insides are flipping. Now I paid way too much for pizza I can't even eat. Save yourself the money and pain and just buy an Udi's pizza crust, and make your own pizza at home. That's the only way to ensure there's no contamination.
it is so nice to be able to sit down and have pizza and a beer
My husband has celiac disease and I am gluten intolerant and we both absolutely love Mellow Mushroom's GF pizza!!! We usually go there once a week it is that good. Their staff always ask if it's an allergy or a preference and make sure to notate that it's an allergy and provide us with their blue gf plates. We like our crust really crispy so occasionally we send it back to be cooked more, but it is always delicious! :)
So the GF pizza is okay, but the main problem is that the pizza is now smaller (down to 10"). However, it still costs the same, and combined with horribly long wait times (an hour or more), I can't recommend this. There are cheaper and better options.
Friendly knowledgeable staff. GF pizzas and menu.
Yes, it was gluten free and celiac friendly but pizza did not taste good. Sauce had no favor. The wings were a good option since they were oven cooked.
Pizza was good but I got sick, so cross-contamination may have been the cause.
In terms of safety: super safe. They're known for their allergy protocols. However, my pizza was really tasteless and kind of soggy. My sister said maybe it was just the gluten free crust because everyone else's pizza was delicious but even the tomato sauce I felt like had no flavor. I'll probably return just because other people liked it but i don't think I'd really choose to eat here on my own.
ok, this chain is great but kitchen staff at this location are careless. Had to send my salad back 2 times because there was cheese on it when the waiter clearly wrote gluten and dairy allergy on the ticket. sigh. Waiter was wonderful, friendly and fully apologetic and was working hard and understood. This carelessness may explain the reactions others have had after eating at this location. Which is ashamed because this is a great chain.
My favorite pizza place, I'm trying to convince them to add more options to the gf menu! I would love to have their wings.
My son got sick from the gf pizza, something wasn't right!
The staff is extremely knowledgeable and confident in preventing cross contamination. All pizzas are made in a different area and the price for gf is comparable to the normal pizza. The staff was extremely friendly and the manager came over to talk about the gf pizza as well. Highly recommend!
Hubby and son are Celiac and this appears to be a reasonably safe place to go. Our son gets sick at a speck of gluten and he and hubby are always fine in this restaurant with dedicated ovens and workspace for gluten free food. I love their non gluten free pizzas myself. Great place with knowledgeable staff, good food and always great service.
me and my girls can't have gluten or dairy and they did a great job! kept our pizza completely separate from everything else and when he took it out of the oven he never put it down until he personally brought it to our table! They were so understanding and it was so great to be somewhere were the staff didn't look at you like you were crazy
I really, really want to love this place, but I can't. I've eaten the GF pizza here on four occasions. Three times it has made me sick to some degree. It has to be from cross contamination. If you are gluten sensitive, it might be okay, but it's not for those with celiac.
I've had the gluten free pizza before, and while it is actually pretty good it made me sick the next day. I don't think they prep it in a separate area than the regular pizza.
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