It was really good and the crust was chewy not a cracker type crust
I actually go to the one on Coburg Road...and I love it! I have Celiac and have never had a problem there. The cashier who took my order recently has gluten intolerance, and he also eats the gluten free pizza there, so it's nice to have someone who really understands.
Unsafe! Poorly supervised! Only one worker watching tons of kids. If you want your child to be assulted by other children, then this is the place for you! My 2 year old daughter was pushed and held down and jumped on in the ball pit by a 8-9 year old boy, as Im screaming for him to get off of her and pushing through the other children to save my daughter. The lady who is suppose to do her job and watch the kids was BULLSHITTING behind the counter with her friends and rolled her eyes and huffed when I told her what happened. We will not be returning!!!
They are very careful about cross contamination and research the ingredients for their toppings too. The pizza is just okay - too much sauce and a bit bland; but that's similar to their regular pizzas so at least they are consistent. A pretty safe bet for pizza that won't make you ill but also won't blow your mind.
The crust is both crisp and chewy. They have a station and oven dedicated to gluten-free. They also have Daiya cheese. The only drawback is the price. There is an extra charge ($1) for gluten free and an extra charge ($3) for the Daiya cheese. It is worth it for times of pizza envy or gatherings at the pizza joint.