Their gluten free pizza tastes like cardboard. Go to Buddys.
I would give five stars for effort and presentation, but one star for how my son and I felt afterwards. We stopped here after the restaurant we were planning on going to with unexpectedly closed. We saw they had gluten-free pasta on the menu. They make the gluten-free pasta house. They also have gluten-free bread for the table. We had spaghetti, filet, and vegetables along with the bread. I have no idea which of the items may have had cross contamination, but I am fairly confident that something did as I immediately felt poor afterward and my son got sick several hours after.
they have gf ravioli which is great, and pizza so very limited selections.
not a very good pizza, gluten free that is, my wife's pizza looked like a frozen Tony's pizza, my regular pizza wasn't bad, we really didn't want to make the trip too Dearborn and the two hour wait at buddy's, but so far that has been the best gluten free pizza we've had anywhere.
They have the best gluten free pizza!! They have a dedicated oven for gluten free. Never have had a problem. We have been eating here for years. Then my daughters found out that they had celiac. We were so happy when they started to offer the gluten free pizzas. We get them at least once a week or more.