I was diagnosed with celiac about a month ago and haven’t eaten any food out since. Based on reviews and my own research I went to pizza plant with my family for lunch. They reserve Wednesday mornings to make all their gluten breads, pastas, etc to best avoid cross contamination. I spoke with the waitress about CD and she was very well educated, said she would alert the cooking staff so they change gloves, surfaces and utensils. The meal was delicious and I noticed a “celiac alert” was also indicated on the order slip on my receipt when we paid. I did NOT get sick! I will definitely return.
I was really excited when I saw the gf pizza because it was a great size and home made dough. But the second I picked it up I knew it was going to be bad. It was sooooo bready. There was no flavor to it and it tasted like a piece of limp flavorless bread with cheese on it. Will never order again. *1 hour later currently have TERRIBLE stomach pains. Not gf*
I frequently visit for their gluten free Wednesdays. Their chicken fingers are huge and absolutely amazing. I love their nachos too. Everything is fantastic and I've never gotten sick there. I don't mind that they only have gf stuff one day a week if that means they're going to do it right.
There are two locations, each with a gluten free day (clearly stated both online and in the restaurant). They have a dedicated area in the kitchen on these days and the food is fantastic! I love all of their options, everything is delicious. All the negative reviewers here seem to have missed the bold print all over the place that says which day each location has their gluten free day. Very delicious and very worth the trip out.
I didn't actually get to eat here because they advertise that they have gluten free options all of the time, but apparently it's only on Sundays. It is hard to people like us to find somewhere to eat as it is. Please don't make this harder for us. It's very frustrating. You need to take that off of your website so that people don't drive all the way there and then have to find somewhere else to eat.
Gluten free days are very clearly stated on their website and on their menu. As much as it stinks it's nice to know that they designate those two time slots to cleaning the kitchen so gluten free food can be prepared contamination free. I have had nothing but positive experiences here and wish they were closer.
They seem to be so allergy friendly but they are really weird about gluten free menu items. I was told only on one week night. So nothing for me to order. Tried to get more info from owner/mgr later and they just don't seem to get it. Haven't gone back.
Worst ever! Have been there three times in the past two weeks attempting to get gluten free food. First two times I was told they only serve gf food one night a week and they were not very accommodating on the other nights. Finally got there on the right night, it was only 3 1/2 hours into gf night and they were out of pasta and chicken fingers. The waitress seemed like she didn't care and the manager passed the blame to the day manager. I will never go back!!!! So, three attempts and never got gf food!!!!