My family and I had lunch here today and I could not have been happier! The young man taking our order was wonderfully friendly and knowledgeable about gluten and cross contamination. I thought the gluten free pizza was delicious and it's also the cheapest I've found. Most importantly I didn't have any reaction. I'm quite sensitive so I opted not to eat at the salad bar, but was completely fine with the pizza. Yay! Going back for my birthday in a few weeks!
The food might not taste the best but they are definitely knowledgeable about GF and celiacs. I have never gotten sick from here and I am VERY sensitive to gluten. It is worth trying if you live in the valley and are cursing the lack of good gluten-free places.
We decided to try Pizza Pie Café while on a little stop-over in Logan, based on this app. and reviews. I was pleasantly surprised. Ever since I found out I can't have gluten, I don't get too excited about going to new restaurants because I never know how much the staff is familiar with GF. Upon entering, we were greeted by the most friendly, up-beat manager, Oliver. He explained how the restaurant works (for non-GFers, they just pay and use the pizza, pasta, and salad bars, and for GFers, they pay $2 more and can get an entire GF pizza and a serving of GF pasta, plus the endless salad bar). He had a lot of knowledge about gluten, and knew which pizza toppings I could not have, even suggesting alternatives. I ended up getting 1/2 FIREFIGHTER pizza and 1/2 make-your-own. I was still skeptical. We headed to the pasta station, and my family got their food. We headed to the pizza station (which was pretty impressive with loads of regular and dessert pizzas) and my family got their food. We headed to the salad bar, where we all got our food. ALL their dressings are GF, according to the manager. Their Italian and poppyseed dressings were a bit too gooey, but the ranch was really yummy. I used ranch and some balsamic vinegar. I really liked that they had spinach for a green leafy option. Upon sitting down, my pizza was brought to me after about 5 minutes. It was hot, delicious, and a very thin crust. YUMMY. I enjoyed that pizza! I had to wait for quite a while for my pasta, which the manager cooked personally, and was very apologetic at how long it took. I got the sauce on the side (half pesto - YUM, and half marinara - YUM). The pasta wasn't quite cooked and could have probably used another minute or two, but I appreciated the effort. Also, with all the pizza I ate, I really wasn't interested in pasta. Overall, a great deal for the money, and I had NO REACTION to anything, which I consider a huge success. Will be trying out the Midvale location here, shortly, and will post my review on that as well. Obviously cross-contamination may be an issue if you are sensitive to such. My pizza was baked on a separate pan, and my pasta was cooked in it's own water in the back, not by the other noodles at the pasta station, so I believe the staff are doing their best to make sure no one gets sick. Thanks to Oliver in Logan. He helped make the experience wonderful for me and my family.
The Logan Pizza Pie Cafe is outstanding - their salad bar is one of the best in town, the GF pasta is cooked properly most of the time, and the pizza itself is delicious (thin crust but still slightly doughy). This is the best value for any GF meal, especially pizza, that I have found anywhere. The ingredients and dishes are quality, and they are prepared well. To get the GF meal, you pay $2 extra for a regular pizza buffet, which includes salad bar, pasta, and a pizza cooked-to-order (non-GF eaters simply pick slices off the buffet). Since Pizza Pie Cafe serves mostly traditional (wheat-based) pizza and pasta, it's obviously possible for cross-contamination to occur. However, I have never had any issues after eating there. It helps that the staff all are knowledgeable about which ingredients contain gluten. Overall I love this restaurant because it scratches my itch for good thin-crust pizza and pasta (plus a great salad).
Pizza Pie Cafe is a pizza/pasta buffet open for lunch & dinner. It has laminated gf menu cards up front. They will make you a gluten free pizza and do everything they can to eliminate cross-contamination. The gf pizza is delicious and the staff are wonderful. Also, all of their dressings at the salad bar are gf. You can also order to go, and I think they may deliver now. Love it!
This place is great! The staff is excellent and helpful. They take gluten issues seriously and follow strict protocol to keep things safe. $15 got me a small GF pizza, unlimited GF pasta, salad, and a drink. The pizza wasn’t the best I’ve ever had, but it’s well worth the price.
My son is able to order his own gf pizza with many toppings to choose from for an additional $2.00 charge. They also have gf pasta, certain desserts, salad options, and sauces that are gluten free. We love it here and go almost every Tuesday (when they has a discounted buffet). We are so happy to have found this place where my little boy can enjoy some of his favorite foods worry free.
I am SO excited that I get to eat pizza with my husband finally. The GF hillbilly pizza was amazing and it did not taste like cardboard or have any weird after taste and the crust was so soft. The pasta was amazing as well. I can’t eat much at one time so I didn’t get to try the salad bar but it looked good. Not a huge salad bar but it had the basics. I love that I got my own pizza. They also give military discount so it evened out the $2.00 up-charge for GF. Totally worth every penny. We just found our new favorite pizza place.
I've eaten here twice; never been sick. I did ask someone to make my salad in the back instead of using the salad bar. they were very friendly about it. I always place napkins on the table, so I don't touch anything. I'm extremely sensitive, and so far this is one of the only places near Rexburg that hasn't made me sick.
Great place! I have celiac and I love it that they have a gluten free salad bar, you can ask for gluten free pasta, and also can ask for them to make you a personal gluten free pizza brought to your table. The gluten free pizza is very good also!
Gluten free pizza And desserts. The salad dressings are NOT gf. They do have gf pasta, but I didn't try those. They changed gloves and have a separate area for gf, but the tables were not clean. I put down napkins on all the table space I used and didn't get sick. The pizza crust wasn't my favorite.
Gluten free pasta and pizza. It's not the best I have ever had but it is good. My husband always orders a gf pizza but then still eats from the buffet that way I can have two different types of pizza and have lots of leftovers for additional meals.
Great gluten free pizza and pasta. The buffet costs an additional $2 if you order a gluten free pizza. The workers seem to be knowledgeable of how to prepare the food. The worker changed her gloves without being asked when she prepared the pasta noodles.
Ordered a Hawaiian pizza to go. When I picked up, I was told they made a combo instead. I accepted the pizza. Probably the worst pizza I've ever tasted. Toppings were sausage, pepperoni, Canadian bacon & pineapple. Really bad service and food.
We have eaten here twice, once at the restaurant and once from take-out. Both times the GF pizza and breadsticks were delicious and our five years old daughter with Celiacs didn't have any problems. We love the GF cheesey breadsticks. Yum!
Great GF pizza. Nice menu with a list of Gluten Free toppings and CERTIFIED GF toppings. This is a pizza buffet, but they brought us our own whole pizza. Plenty big enough for two people. I can't believe he rang the price up right... A gf pizza and two drinks for $6?! Good pizza, good service.
I was so excited when my friend told me about Pizza Pie Café. Her mom has Celiac's and she loves to eat there. It is now my favorite place to get pizza. You can either pizza to stay or to go. I'm not sure about the pasta, that may be available only if you stay at the restaurant. All the servers are very friendly. They even told me I can make my pizza half desert and half regular pizza. If you do stay, there is a bit of a wait for your pizza to arrive. It is always well worth it. I always grab a plate of salad at the buffet while I wait.
I was very pleased with this restaurant being a buffet style.. The staff was very helpful being my first time to visit. The pizza does cost $2 more but, it's worth it. They even told me I could make my pizza half dessert and half a normal pizza.. The cook your noodles separate from where they cook wheat noodles. The noodles, pizza, ect., everything that I could sample was great!
I was very pleased with my experience at Pizza Pie Cafe. There is a $2 up charge, which I find reasonable. You order your own pizza and bring it to your table. This is where my only complaint comes. They give you this little plaque to set on your table so they can find you but when bringing out the pizza, minimal effort was given to find my table. They ended up not giving me my pizza until I had to go ask for it and three pieces were eaten out of it. The food was very good and celiac friendly. I would just be sure to set your sign In an obvious place and watch for your pizza.