Delicious gluten free pizza. Separate menu with about 10 choices.
I’ve ordered from here many times without getting sick, but I don’t know if they take steps to avoid cross contamination. The pizza is good for gluten free, though the crust is thin. Still, it’s nice to be able to order pizza for delivery or pick up.
We loved the gluten-free pizza before they switched over to the cauliflower crust. I’m just not a fan of cauliflower crust. They do cut and prepare/cook pizzas on the same pans as regular pizza. And we love the staff. They are super friendly. But not celiac safe.
The last time we ordered chicken it wasn't cooked all the way. They wouldn't refund our credit card, but gave us a credit. We thought it was a one time issue. Today, I ordered a gluten free pizza. After eating a little, I noticed that the sauce was a white sauce not red. I didn't order the white sauce. My husband called the restaurant to confirm it was gluten free, and let them know I have a sever allergy. They told him that all of the ingredients were gluten free. I ate the pizza, and a few minutes after I finished they called us back. The sauce was not gluten free. We reminded them that we had a credit from before, and should be refunded the whole bill. They said that they would, and then they called back to say they they would only refund the pizza. We will not return to Pizza World!
Family owned, and hands down the best gluten free crust I've ever had. The owners Adam and Danny are always in, and are super hands on. They can make any pizza on the menu gluten free, and can custom make any pizza you request. They also have great salads! Their menu is huge, and they have vegan and vegetarian options too. Everyone who works their is friendly and personable and they deliver too! I don't order pizza from anywhere but here. (And they're super adorable!)
Waitress at door was kind enough to tell us that the have GF free crust but it comes in contact with wheat and is not for celiacs. Btw I asked about the process they used to cook the gf pizza and discovered it would be cross contaminated with the cooking pizza pans and cutting knife. If celiac you always need to ask several different types of question similarly to get a good conclusion if the food is safe or not. Just like a doctor would ask similar question to diagnose a patient. It takes time but it's worth it
Wasn't crazy about the pizza, but at least it was safe to eat. Felt very confident about their ability to keep my celiac daughter safe. Non Celiac eaters the salad bar was very good!
Very gluten friendly. They have a gluten free pizza crust with lots of pizza choices. Their salad bar or salads have gourmet freshness in all ingredients. The other main choice is wings. They are very celiac knowledgable and attentive to cross contamination. I highly recommend either location.