I haven't tried their gluten free pizza but I've heard that it's good. I had a burger - ordered without the bun - and it was good. They have a small gluten free menu but my kids and husband love this place. On Tuesday nights, they have a kids build your own pizza option for 99 cents. My waitress was really gracious with all of my accommodations and I left without feeling sick! Winner!
Their menu makes promises they don"t keep. Ordered gluten removed beer off the menu and did not have it. Ordered nachos. They were out. So had to order spinach artichoke dip and they served it with flour chips and bread even though the waitress knew I was ordering gluten free. She was not nice about it at all.
They have a gluten sensitive menu but I got very sick after eating there. The waitress rudely said they didn’t have the separate menu and just pointed to the crust option but then another waitress grabbed one for me.
No gluten free options. Waitress was not knowledgeable about GF and I don’t know why this is even listed on their app. You can have salad, but there’s a chance they’ll forget to remove the croutons, SMH.
I went here with my family intending to eat from the gf options. I noticed in the area where they call you to pick up your order, bread crumbs were everywhere. I panicked and didn’t eat. Definitely not for celiacs. Only giving 1 star because the app won’t allow zero stars.
Gluten free menu was alarming when it warned against celiac. I spoke with the waitress and she said that all dough is prepared on the same surface so it is gluten-friendly but not entirely gluten free. I got a bunless cheeseburger and it tasted good, I didn’t have an issue, but I wish there were more options here.
If i could give zero stars i would. However their non gluten free calzone is pretty good. was told they were careful with the Gluten free pizza and knew to not cross contaminate. but when we ordered the staff wasn't even sure what pizza toppings were gluten free. after we got our food when my son had already eaten a couple pieces he found a meatball on the bottom of his piece of pizza. when we talked to the waitress she wasnt sure what happened but told us their meatballs are gluten free as well. well the next day my son was throwing up so obviously he was Glutened. also the waitress didn't put all of our orders in at the same time so we were done eating by the time our friends even hot their food. We will never go back!
I called before going and I am so grateful that the manager here seemed knowledgeable enough to understand that they have a lot of cross contamination due to the amount of flour used. Although I cant eat there I gave them three stars for impressing me with honestly. Thank you.
Came here to check it out and the waitress advised against eating here with celiac because of cross contamination risks. She said the flour from their normal crusts is in the air and it'd be too risky. She also said GF crusts and toppings are stored separately, so if you only have a mild gluten intolerance you're probably safe. Anything else, don't come here.
Zero stars, but a star is required. Their gluten free pizza crust is prepared on the same work area and pizza plates as regular pizza. No separate work area. Nothing. I ended up ordering a salad. Twice. Because they brought it out with bread on it after very specific instructions. Twice. I have diagnosed celiac and am going to pass on this one.
We ordered off the gluten sensitive menu. We’ve gone before and hadn’t had a problem, but this time, the waiter was super NOT helpful. He brought our chips but when I asked if he was sure if they were corn or not. He made me feel dumb for wanting to be certain.
They have a gluten free menu. The first time we went I ordered a gluten free pizza and a salad. The pizza is very good but my salad came with croutons on top. The server had no clue that this was not ok. They next time everything was good and no croutons but I did remind them when I ordered not to put croutons on it.
I have now had at least 10 of their GF pizzas, and they not only are truly delicious but also completely safe. I have never had any problems, and I have severe celiac disease. It's a fun atmosphere, with friendly service, and really tasty food. You won't be disappointed!
Have them twice baked the chicken wings and do not fry them. they don't have a dedicated fryer. The pizza crust is Udi's so you can't have everything good. You have to get the hamburgers lettuce wrapped and you can't have the fries. At least you won't starve if you're there with friends.
Not trustworthy as a Celiac-friendly location.The Ashwaubenon/ Bay Park Square location offers a gluten-free menu. However, our gluten free appetizer was brought to the table with three large pieces of garlic bread on top. Our server did not seem to have a clue as to why that was not acceptable for gluten/celiac-related issues. That said, we were immediately offered a replacement. The main course ordered was a chicken breast with vegetables. However, based on how sick we got following the meal, there had to be obvious cross-contamination occurring somewhere in the process. In terms of overall service, and non-gluten related items brought to other members of our party, The food and the service was excellent.
The manager made me feel very confident in ordering here. I was a bit hesitant at first, with the warning on their gf menu, but after talking to him I was happy to order. Great pizza and no reaction at all.
Old Chicago offers a gluten free menu that features a pizza. Most of the toppings are gluten free. I usually get pepperoni and sausage. Very delicious! I have Celiac Disease and eat at Old Chicago frequently. I personally think Old Chicago has the best gluten free pizza in Ames.
I was surprised to find they have a Gluten Sensitive Menu. They don't advertise it, you have to ask. The front of the menu has a large warning stating the possibility of cross contamination. They were very accommodating. The manager went back and forth from the kitchen and brought me different ingredient listings from condiments when she wasn't sure if they were safe. I have a very severe wheat allergy and had no reactions.
They have gluten sensitive menu. I figured I would just order a salad. Informed them of my need and my salad came with a big pc of bread on it. I asked her why it was on there. She said all of them get it. I guess just not educated on what gluten sensitive is. I do have celiac. Well I walked out with horrible stomach cramps. Definitely will not be going again.