Same prep area, same utensils, there is no doubt your pizza will be cross contaminated. All locations have the same practices! Beware!
No no and no! If you are NOT celiac they make an amazing pizza but if you are DO NOT go there! They do not have separate places and they will mix flours! I felt so sick after...never again for me:(
Do not go if you have celiac. Went to the Yonge street location and asked what their protocol is for avoiding cc, the guy said they use the same paddle and actually kneed the dough on top of the regular flour. Avoid this place at all costs. They will not accommodate you.
Practices are not conducive with celiac. They do nothing to avoid cross contamination (use same paddle, surfaces, etc.) and are not interested in changing practices. Not celiac friendly.
Absolutely NOT gluten free. They have GF crust, but they do nothing to avoid cross contamination and were not aware that using the same equipment and cooking surface was problematic, even though I went out of my way to tell them it was an allergy. When I told them that given all that it was incorrect to claim the pizza was gluten free they said, "we cannot guarantee a gluten free environment," which of course lots of restaurants say while still taking basic precautions. Celiacs beware!!
The best gluten free pizza I've ever had. A friend recommended it and he was right, it tastes like regular crust. It costs $4 for the gluten free crust, but it's well worth it.