Not safe for celiacs at all. They said that gluten touches all pizzas in the oven. Only good if gluten free is a preference and not a requirement.
They did use separate kitchen utensils to cook their GF pizzas, and you can also keep an eye on the pizza as it is being prepared. However, it made me really nervous that they cooked the pizza in the same place as regular pizza and use the same oven. There were a lot of opportunities for cross-contamination.
I am an extremely sensitive celiac, and I have to say they did a great job. The young lady that was helping me asked me if It was for diet or sensitivity I told her extremely sensitive celiac and she changed your gloves got new equipment clean the area even got me everything fresh so nothing touched anything else. I don't need a lot of places because I'm worried that I'll get sick but I got to give them props they did a good job. I waited a few days before I reviewed to make sure I didn't get a little after but all good to go.
they were careful assembling the pizza then served it to me unapologetically burnt. also tough and dry.
This place is great! They always change their gloves, use separate sauces and condiments, and are super friendly about the whole shebang. My mom has Celiac's and we've eaten here many times with no incident
I didn't have a reaction or intestinal problem. Their gluten free crusts are kept separate and the preparer asked if I wanted her to change her gloves. SHE offered which was cool so I said yes. I was taken aback by her sigh and rolling her eyes. Somehow I felt bad. I replied that I was sorry, and I didn't have a choice as I had celiac disease. She half heartedly said, "No, it's okay." It kind of ruined the whole experience considering it was my birthday. I think they just need better training as to why people NEED gluten free versus those choosing it as a health trend.
They have enough knowledge about contamination to offer to change their gloves when preparing a gluten free pizza, but that's where the consideration ends. The pizza comes in contact with the same surface as non-gf pizzas in the oven, and on top of that, they use the same pizza slicer for all the pizzas. Additionally, the guy making my pizza changed his gloves, put on the toppings, touched a regular pizza, and then touched my pizza again.
I've eaten here several times with no issues. I order the gluten-free crust and let the staff know it's an allergy (they ask) and they're very careful with the production. While their website doesn't recommend itself as celiac friendly, I haven't had any problem and feel safe eating here. You choose your own ingredients, which helps if you have other food allergies. I am sensitive to dairy but do well with their feta cheese topping.
I was needing to go to the bathroom after 5 minutes of eating the pizza. All I had was gluten free crust with cheese and the red sauce.
Super friendly service. The manager Jenny was very helpful. I have a gluten allergy and she personally helped me with my pizza to make sure it was done correctly. I'm very pleased with the service and quality of food. Make sure to inform that it is for a gluten allergy and ask for the special pan for cooking gluten free pizza.
GF pizza is made on dedicated metal pans with clean gloves. Toppings come from fresh buckets kept under the counter. The lady who made my pizza was really nice: I said I would skip toppings to keep it simple, but she asked what toppings I liked and got them, even though the line was stacking up and she had to go to the back for one of the toppings. I watched them plate and cut my pizza, and they used all clean tools.
The staff were friendly and knowledgeable and changes gloves and used separate sauces. I am quite sensitive though and got an upset stomach after. Not sure I will go back again because of that.
They have a gluten free crust that is delicious. the staff is super friendly and even offered to change their gloves. They are upfront about the fact it's all made in the same kitchen. If you are okay with that, it's a great place to come. Picture Subway for Pizza. I had the Spicy Italian with red onions added. Even non-gluten free husband said it was delicious. Will be back!
Amazing! First time here the manager called corporate to double check what exactly was GF and what wasn't (the only things that aren't are the Alfredo sauce and the meatballs). They changed their gloves, used separate sauces, paddles, brushes, cooked it on the metal paddle too! They're not 100% gluten-free but they're gluten and vegan friendly! You can get daiya cheese here too! Salads (dessert, beer and wine but I'm not sure if there gluten free) too!
I was worried about cc but I noticed they already had the gf crust prepared so they didn't get put in the same dough press. Even after the more expensive crust and vegan cheese my pizza was very affordable. It was so great to go to a pizza parlor and have lunch like a regular person!
Yummy GF pizza. They change gloves and utensils used when you specify.
As the manager said they are gluten conscience. In other words they only have gluten free dough. Everything else is not gluten free. If you have celiac this is not a good place. Said cheese is not gluten free and sauce is cross contaminated. So tired of everyone saying gluten free when they aren't
I very much enjoyed this place. They were very careful and informed about what to do. When I mentioned that I have ciliacs they changed gloves and pulled got a metal tray instead of the wood one for the pie. The crust was good, not amazing but much better than many I have had. The only thing I would say is that they advertise that cross contamination can occur as they use the same oven, so if your condition is life threatening I wouldn't go here.
Best gluten free pizza I have had! I do not have celiac, but am very sensitive. In the multiple times I have been here, I have not had a reaction. They change gloves for my pizza, and take extra care. The staff seems to be very knowledgeable about gluten free options, and even have sauce dedicated for those who are GF.
I have celiacs and have eaten here several times since moving to Phoenix. The manager knows how to handle the pizza to reduce cross contamination. I usually ask for a gluten free crust they place it on a metal pan and I ask to use the separate sauces. When they bake it I ask to bake it on a metal sheet so it doesn't touch the oven. Every time they changed their gloves for me! Some employees don't know what to do so I ask them to do those things and they are very accommodating. The crust is delicious!
First time was amazing.... second time I ended up sick as a dog. Fine print on menu says not suitable for celiacs... please make that print larger!
As a severe Celiac, pieology is not an option for me. All of the toppings are the same as those put on the normal pizza, and cross contamination is bound to happen whether or not you are able to get fresh toppings, which is nearly impossible. If you are doing gluten free for a diet or are slightly intolerant, then go for it, but if you are at all sensitive don't!
They get points for having a gluten free pizza, but it's not ok for celiacs because of cooking. When I went in,I asked how they cooked their pizzas and was told it goes directly on the oven surface. There is no separate area in the oven for gluten free. Walked out due to cross contamination issue.
This was fabulous! Tell them before you make your pizza & they have ingredients under the counter so the risk of cross-contamination is lower. Highly recommend!
They were extra careful about cross-contamination. Have separate utensils, sauces and even baked my pizza on a raised tray. And they put as many or as few toppings as you like! Lost 1 star because a GF crust costs $2 extra. That annoys me!! But doesn't stop me from going back!
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