I was really excited to see gluten-free pizza on the menu. Besides the pizza, I also ate from the salad bar. Thirty minutes later I was doubled over in pain. I’m not sure what made me sick, but it was definitely something from this restaurant since it was the only place I had eaten all day.
When I asked the order taker whether they had gluten free pizza, she said no. When I questioned that answer, one of the other workers said yes they did. The gluten free pizza was good (and large). I was a little concerned that none of the kitchen staff was wearing gloves and it seemed that the pizza was prepared in the same area as the regular pizzas. Also be aware that the gluten free pizza does not include the salad bar, even though it costs 50% more than the all you can eat pizza, pasta and salad bar. Even though the taste was good, I would be hesitant to go there again because of the lack of apparent concern for cross contamination.
While GF pizza is not listed, a wonderful woman working the salad bar told me it was available. I ordered and the staff was knowledgeable, making sure they used a clean cooking surface, pans and cutters (of course) and gloves. It came out and was bigger than most GF pizzas and tasted wonderful! Plus, my daughter wanted pudding off the salad bar and they got it from the back with a smile and not an ounce of hesitation 👍🏻