We love eating here. There is possibility of cross contamination, but the gluten free crust is large and you can put as many toppings as you want on the pizza.
Cooks gf pizza on same oven surface and prep area. We had to turn around and leave- menu says plain as day it's not safe for serious gluten allergies
Gluten free crust, a little burnt but you can add any toppings like olive oil, arugula and rosemary. Very good for those of us gluten and dairy free!
Gluten free (vegan) crusts are available, they keep them in a special area. Employees will change their gloves before making your pizza if you ask them but there is cross contamination. Dairy free Daiya cheese available too. Cooking of the crust is inconsistent for GF; sometimes it's so crispy it cuts your mouth, sometimes it's perfect and yesterday it was doughy and raw. Just all depends on the staff for the day. It is good when it's cooked right.
There are NO precautions against cross-contamination. Only eat GF here is it’s a choice, not if you are celiac.
Points for having a GF crust, but definitely NOT for celiacs. As I stood in a long line waiting for my turn, I witnessed full-on cross contamination with no separate GF ingredients. Probably fine for dietary preferences, but horrifying for a celiac.
My daughter and I both got glutened really bad (had separate pizzas) and were sick for days after. I was surprised because the manager was so confident, accommodating and knowledgable. So much that I didnt watch him make our food which was obviously a huge mistake. My 5 year old was sick before we left. This happened a out a month ago and Instill csnt drive by there without being upset.
Not celiac friendly, manager told us chain is changing their signage to gluten friendly to differenciate. GF crust but high chance of cross contamination. No separate prep area, ladle sauce from same container used to ladle directly onto regular crust. Manager helpful and friendly and clearly warned me it was gluten friendly, not celiac safe. So sad, it looked delicious and friends raved about the food.
I asked for a GF pizza and she washed her hands and changed gloves, off to a good start. Then she proceeded to use the same lapel (super contaminated) to smear the sauce on my pizza. After starting over, my pizza went into the oven on the same board and was sliced with the same contaminated knife, seconds after being used on a normal pizza
The best gluten-free pizza ever! Staff are knowledgeable will change gloves. Please note this is NOT a dedicated GF facility or oven, so cross-contamination is possible to likely. But if you’re not super-sensitive, or willing to risk it for AMAZING pizza, this place is the bomb! One reasonable price for all the toppings you could want. They even have broccoli (broccoli on pizza is great, trust me)!
My son has celiac, and slight cross contamination does not usually make him react. The cross contamination at this location is so bad, he had a reaction that night. Dont be fooled by them asking if you want them to wear gloves when making your pizza. They then throw it in with the regular pizza without even making sure it doesnt touch the others. They are all cooked at the same time, in the same oven, with one utensil, and no one even trying to keep it from touching the others. So far this is the only pizza place he has reacted to.
Great place...very friendly! My pizza was awesome! Can’t wait to try their salad options! They gladly changed gloves when I asked. They admit they may have cross-contamination, but I had no reaction at all! I usually react when there’s cross-contamination.
The staff wasn't knowledgeable about gf procedures at this location even though other locations are just fine. I was basically told it wasn't safe for me to eat here even though other locations have been great. 😔
I eat here at least once a week. The crust is thin, but it’s the only pizza I’ve found that tastes like the real thing. Also, they change their gloves and have a dedicated red pizza cutter for GF when it comes out of the oven. They are very accommodating.
I was excited to try a new pizza place with gluten free options. It clearly states on the menu that they have a gluten free crust. The size is about the same size as other gluten free crusts, but the crust itself was amazing. Not too hard, not too spongey. Here is where it gets tricky, why I DON’T recommend to celiac’s... I avoid gluten because of hashimotos disease/gluten sensitivity. When I asked for gluten free, the (very nice) employee washed her hands and put new gloves on, said she would make my pizza and no one else should touch it. Two other employees (a new and experienced one) were behind her. The new girl asked what was going on and the older employee began to explain. She then stated “I could make everyone on the assembly line change gloves, but why waste gloves. Especially since (employees name) is making the pizza.” She said that as if she were annoyed. But here is the the thing... I’m glad the employee making my pizza washed her hands and put new gloves on... but it really doesn’t matter for celiac’s because of cross contamination. They hardly used the spoons and scoops to get toppings out of the bins. They used their hands! So they’re constantly touching crust all day and then dipping their hands into the toppings. Not celiac friendly.
THIS PIZZA WAS DELICIOUS. - - HOWEVER- about 36 hours after eating I got ill. Almost certainly cross contamination, given the length the onset and the absence of the usual, immediate symptoms. It's a shame, too, bc it is hands down the best gf pizza I've had in a WHILE. AND THEIR VEGAN CHEESE! I could write songs about it. So delicious- I'm super sad it made me sick.
No. Don’t do it. Had no care to change gloves or wipe counter down before handling “prepackaged cardboard GF crust”! Will not be returning.
I loved Mod Pizza before having to make the switch to GF. I went in recently with family, planning on having the gluten free crust. I panicked as I watched them prepare another customers gf pizza. No glove change, the same sauce ladle is rubbed all over the crust, and no extra care is taken to reduce the chance of cross contamination. I ended up ordering a salad to avoid the sauce issue but I still ended up getting glutened. We went last night and my joints have been killing me ever since. This is the main reaction I get from gluten and will last at least a week. The salad was good but I’m so disappointed.
I love Mod Pizza! Probably my favorite place to go eat pizza with gluten-free crust. The workers are nice, and the restaurant doesn’t charge extra for all the toppings you want. It’s so great and full of fresh and delicious ingredients. I love it! Take your gluten-free friends
Thought I would check it out... no dedicated oven and not trained at all on cross contamination... same gloves for both my daughter I my pizza and toppings same sauce rubbed all over gluten crust. So disappointing. I’m the celiac not her thank goodness :(
Although they have a gluten free crust option, I would not advise coming here if you have celiac or high gluten intolerance. I spoke to the employees who were so kind and honest, they can't guarantee no contamination. They only use one oven, and can only wipe it down if needed.
Hands down the best gluten free pizza I’ve ever gotten. You do pay an extra $2 for gluten free but unlimited toppings. Staff is always happy and it’s quick. If you are hardcore gluten free it will be tough as it’s not dedicated but I’ve never had an issue
This is ONLY for gluten sensitive/ intolerant as they bake the pizza directly on the same surface as regular pizza thus cross contamination is certain.
Wow, cross contamination and just plain uncaring. The same gloved hand (w holes in it due to long nails) rubbed down garlic on the crust if a glutinous pizza followed by the same ladle used to scoop sauce was used to spread the sauce and then put back in the vat of sauce. Allergies aside the food practices were a major turn off. All of the employees looked miserable and the bathroom smelled aweful. Definitely would not recommend.
Kudos for having a gluten-free crust option, but other than that it was definitely not a good experience. The staff member assisting us was visibly irked at having to make any changes. He wasn’t going to change his gloves, and when I asked him if he could, he told me that since they were not a dedicated gluten-free facility, I ran the risk of running into cross contamination. He just didn’t understand that even non-gluten-free restaurants change their gloves and clean off services when dealing with an allergy. Another (very kind) staff member volunteered to take over my order, and he was very nice. What happened next was not his fault. He was very accommodating, but completely uneducated when it came to handling the order. He changed his gloves at my request, but the ladle used for dipping sauceIs dragged across the surface of the pizza for every order, thus cross contaminating the entire batch of sauce. There were obviously flour and crumbs everywhere, and the pizza is fired and rolled on the same surface as regular crusts. Lastly, the pizza is cut with the same pizza cutter. I jumped in just in time to tell them not to cut the pizza. I still ordered, knowing that my non celiac family would eat the pizza if I was uncomfortable eating it. I tried one slice, and immediately knew that if I finished anymore, then I would regret it. If this restaurant is going to offer gluten-free crust, they absolutely need to do more in educating their staff. I’m not sure what steps they would need to take to minimize cross contamination in other ways, but as far as being a safe place to eat, this definitely was one of the least successful places I’ve ever been to. Update! I did speak with a manager about the cross contamination situation. I hate complaining and I’m not one who usually goes to management about a negative experience, but I thought they should know since they offer the gluten-free crust option. She insisted that they always use separate cutters and separate crusts, but they use the same oven, same paddle, and other utensils are shared as well. Very slight changes could be made here, such as only firing gluten-free crust on a certain side of the oven or even just flipping the paddle over. None of this seems to be considered by staff or management there; it seems like gluten-free crusts are only offered because of corporate requirement. But beyond that, there is definitely no real desire to accommodate anything other than your average pizza.
MOD has jumped to the top of my lunch time go to list! Their GF pizza is awesome! I actually look forward to the days when the guys at work want pizza because ordering is super simple & clearly states GF crust. For a fast food pizza place they really have it going on!
I ate here once and was sick afterwards. Yes, the pizza tasted very good. Yes, they have gluten free crusts that come wrapped, but they put that gluten free crust on a tray that they grab off a stack of trays used for wheat pizza. There are no separate trays for gluten free. I would not recommend it if you have celiac disease.
Not good they don’t put the pizza on a tray it goes straight into the oven without a pan. Don’t go if you have celiac big cross contamination
would be gluten friendly if they had a dedicated cooking area. is it that hard to put a pizza on an unused pan for people with allergies, celiac, etc.? so SO dumb, i can’t believe that they don’t make it like that so people with allergies can eat there. they have dairy free cheese but MOD Pizza doesn’t help out people with gluten allergies/intolerance. it blows my mind how easy it would be to make it celiac friendly but yet they don’t. seriously, i’m SOOOO ?????
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