Gluten sensitive and order two gluten free pizza’s from here and had the worst stomach ache, immediately after eating both pizzas. I Would be cautions ordering from here.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
This is a very popular pizzeria. I wish I could eat there, but we cannot. The staff is very knowledgeable and they made it very clear that it’s not safe for celiac’s. But across the street from them in Brookline there is Oath Pizzeria, which is fantastic! And as with them, the staff at Oath is very knowledgeable and pleasant.
Definitely not safe for anyone with gluten sensitivity or celiac.
Shared oven...boo! Avoid if you have a true gluten issue
They have a shared oven. Definitely not safe for celiacs!
I remember when I made my first pizza..... It kind of always makes me sick and tastes weird
Great GF pizza!! Most of their toppings are safe too.
This pizza is very good. Love the mashed potato and bacon pizza. Waitress assured me it's gluten free and I did not become sick. The pizza is small.will go back
The server specifically suggested that the pizza wasn't 100% celiac safe. Had to risk it and didn't react afterwards. Pizza was good but small.
I have eaten the GF pizza there twice with no reaction. I like their food and will return. I wish they had GF beer.
Did not realize they are not celiac friendly and got sick. Great pizza if you just have an allergy though!
Give them 3 stars for trying to accommodate but BE CAREFUL if you have allergy or intolerance to gluten because there is some serious cross contamination. On all three occasions I tried the gf pizza I had bad reactions that night or the following morning. Lesson learned.
After notifying them they have since changed the online menu to say that you shouldn't eat here if you have gf allergy or celiac.
Very good, but VERY oily. The entire crust was laden with oil which made it sit heavily after eating, but it did taste good.
They are not a dedicated gluten Free facility, but they do have gluten free options and j have never gotten sick from there, and have trust their gluten free food and it is amazing.
I went to this location yesterday. I noticed that the bottom of the menu had a statement along the lines of not suitable for those with celiac disease and they could not guarantee no gluten would be present. I had eaten at other Otto's and I have an allergy versus celiac disease so I decided to risk it. Big mistake. After a few pieces I felt sore and uncomfortable but figured it may be related to being in the sun all day. Later I had another piece and I felt awful after 30 minutes. I wish I had been more cautious and I would also caution people who are allergic to gluten to avoid this location (along with those with celiac).