The waiter was very knowledgeable and knew exactly what to do to prevent cross contamination. My so said the pizza was very good. He usually is a light eater but he ate 4 slices.
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
Highly Recommend!!!! I love their pizza and it’s celiac safe. I typically get the “Big White,” on their gluten free crust. I often add jalapeños and or pepperoni and have had no issues. I would be careful or research if you decide to try the “mighty meat,” etc. Also I had their house salad with vingerette and I felt great. And I’m super sensitive.
Felt pretty confident in their gluten-free knowledge, with items carefully marked on the menu, good server knowledge, and reassurances that they take all necessary precautions. They even showed us the list of ingredients in the ice cream and told us they were opening a brand new one for our daughter to ensure no previous cross contamination. Location itself looks nicer outside - the interior was tired and not very cozy feeling. Booths had taped up rips, etc. But food was great and better than expected. Huge portions. Good experience.
Yummy pizza. Had no negative reactions. Staff was knowledgable and friendly. Had gluten free king cake from a local bakery during mardi gras season when I visited on 2/16/18 for my birthday (which they subbed in place of other birthday desert). Suggest to call ahead if you want king cake to see if it's currently available.
Nima tested and proven gluten free. Most encouraging part is that the restaurant takes responsibility of gluten free food and details the procedure they opt for such an order in the menu itself. And great selections of pizza. I’m glad I tested it and I can go there again.
We have been here several times and have always had a good experience. Of course the pizzas are great! One time we tried the wings and they were awesome! I like that they usually have a couple of gluten free beers and ciders to choose from.
Dedicated GF prep area and oven section. manager was there and went back and took photos for me. my son has celiacs and I have a sensitivity so I am always on the lookout. Manager was very knowledgeable about cross contamination et al. Pizza was a thin crust with great taste.
Yummy options and the staff is very willing to go to the ends of the earth to make sure everything is GF and answer any questions!
This place was excellent. I am just visiting the city of Savannah and haven’t found too many places that I would agree are really gluten and dairy free friendly. Mellow Mushroom has excellent choices and their staff is very knowledgeable or is willing to ask. I would recommend this place to anyone.
This gets 5 stars on safety and zero on the pizza. I remember the old days when gf pizza crust tasted like corrugated cardboard boxes. Mellow Mushroom hasn’t progressed since those days. Three friends with celiac disease agreed that it was the worst crust we had eaten in 10 years. However, nobody got sick.
Can’t cook a GF pizza without burning it. This has happened multiple times. Tired of giving chances. Excuse is always that it’s a thin crust. Must be poor management. It’s not rocket science, watch it!! Plenty of places are able to cook a gf pizza without burning it. Mellow has great protocols in place for Celiac peeps, but if you can’t cook it...ugh! My advice, try another location. This one stinks.
The staff was educated on Celiac disease. They also marked my ticket as "allergy." I ate at Mellow Mushroom prior to my diagnosis and happy to say I can continue eating my favorite Cosmic Karma pizza again, just on a flatbread. It's still quite delicious. They claimed the dressings were GF too, but I didn't try them.
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. (I can’t believe I kept going back, but I was just that desperate to eat pizza in a restaurant that my friends and family liked going to.) It has to be from cross contamination. If you are gluten sensitive, it might be okay, but it's not for those with celiac.
Pizza is delicious and it is a really fun place for kids to go. My kids said that this is their favorite pizza place by far.
while I think they may have tried harder than most to make a gluten free pizza I'm far too sick for this to be considered gluten free. the food was also pretty expensive for being a pizza joint. $15 for 4 slices of pizza is a pretty spendy poison.
I go here all the time. I used to be in love with their gf pizza until they changed the crust size from a medium to a small. I never got sick from the pizza; however, one time I felt glutened after eating an order of wings (though they tried to argue with me that they didn’t think that was possible, which was very annoying🙄). Overall, a good place for tasty gf pizza and drinks. It can get very busy during rush hour.
As usual, my experiences with mellow mushroom never fail to disappoint. I love them and I have never gotten sick
Only gf pizza available is a small 10 inch for which they charge an additional $2. Base is quite heavy and hard. Only starter available was hummus with carrot and celery sticks. New server and kitchen staff were not clued up on gf options but the server did try to be as helpful as possible
The pizza here is good but as all gluten-free food, a bit pricey. They don’t have very many choices for gluten free though, and the pizza crust isn’t very good. I would say that if you want pizza and needed something to eat quickly, this would be the place to go. I wasn’t affected by this restaurant but then again I only have an intolerance to gluten and am not celiac. This place may not be safe for celiacs,so be careful.
Had a delicious GF pizza! very knowledgeable and accommodating.
I don’t have Celiacs. However some severe stomach issues recently had my doctor put me on the low fodmap diet. So this is the second time that I have ordered food here since making this life style change. I have to cut out many things but in pizza I have to watch gluten, certain toppings, onion and garlic. So I ordered my gluten free pizza with olive oil not tomato sauce because every sauce has garlic or it says spices. My pizza comes with sauce which I didn’t check because last time it didn’t. I didn’t realize there was sauce on it right away because I can have tomatoes and had added them to my pizza. I decided to call them back to investigate whether I just ate garlic. They put the manager on the phone. When the manager came on he said there was no garlic in their sauce and put me on hold to confirm. Well it turns out that it doesn’t say garlic it says spices. The reason I’m upset is because when he didn’t see garlic he kept saying you will be okay, and you won’t get sick. He kept repeating it. I finally said “Look you don’t know if there was garlic on the pizza, because you don’t what spices means, but regardless I didn’t ask for sauce, I’m not going end up in the hospital or try sue are anything crazy if there was but you can’t be sure there wasn’t. I won’t no until tomorrow if there was garlic and you have no idea how my body will respond to it if there was garlic, please stop acting as if you did nothing wrong.” Thankfully he didn’t say anything else about how my body would respond. Mistakes happen but to then try to brush it off like it was nothing is frustrating. They remade my pizza correctly and ended up giving my husband a gift certificate for the cost. However if there was garlic I’m not sure what will happen it took over 6 weeks of detox to stop my stomach pain and I’m not sure how much or little will negatively affect it now. Be careful with what you order and expect them to make excuses if they mess it up.
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