I have ordered from here multiple times, and have always ended up with residual / minor "glutening" symptoms: queasy stomach, letharguc, headache, brain fog... The pizza crust isn't even really that good or tasty. It's almost a glorified cardboard. But, it makes me feel "normal" to be able to eat pizza like "everyone else"... Except that I end up feeling blech afterwards, and that sux.
Very conscious of cross contamination, willingly explained the entire gf process. They even have a separate pizza cutter for gf pizzas, kept in its own container. Sauce is kept in a squeeze bag. Not all toppings are gf, but happy we can order pizza for the whole family!
I decided to google Pizza Hut gf pizza to see the reviews. On Pizza Hut's site says they offer one with udi's gf crust and led you to believe they do the rest. Also says they come in only pepperoni or cheese and only one size. Well, udi's frozen pizza only comes in pepperoni or cheese and only one size. All they are doing is heating udi's frozen pizzas and selling them for more money. Too bad, Pizza Hut! I already have some in my freezer if I want one!
I had an Udi’s Pizza with pepperoni - all from the gf kit. The person who prepared the pizza was very conscientious and followed procedures carefully. However, I still experienced mild cross contamination symptoms. I’m guessing that this was from the shared oven - even though it was cooked on parchment paper.
how is this a gluten free place???
Not celiac friendly.
Went here and placed a carry out order for their advertised “gluten free” pizza. I was told initially that they could guarantee the crust, cheese and sauce used are gluten free and that they would open a NEW beef package to insure the beef was as well. Then witnessed an employee wearing gloves that had been previously used to prepare a pizza with a regular crust as she cut my pizza with a knife that had been used on another gf pizza without washing it (I have a pork allergy as well). When I objected the manager yelled “it’s not guaranteed gluten free” and asked “WHY is she sitting THERE?” ie. where I could observe the pizza being cut & boxed. DO NOT EAT HERE IF YOU HAVE CELIACS.
nothing gluten-free here.
A sign at the door says "Udi's pizza available." Realizing the salad bar or a cheese or pepperoni pizza were my only choices, I chose to stay and have the well prepared Udi's. The staff was friendly and attentive even tho the restaurant was packed on Labor Day weekend!