Absolutely not Celiac friendly. As I stood in line for about 5 minutes, I watch the same person who stretched the pizza dough reach into the bins of toppings without changing their gloves. One must assume that all of the toppings are cross-contaminated with gluten.
Pizza is already made in a separate try, no problems and have been there twice
Okay so when they first opened the staff making my pizza tried to tell me the oven is so hot it kills off all the gluten. Like, she was dead serious. I was like sis, that is not real. But as long as you opt for the pizza to be made inside the metal tin it's pretty safe.
These 2 large pizzas with peperoni and sausage were the most pathetic pizzas for $17.00 each that I have ever had. I could go to Walmart and get that quality of pizza for less than $7.00. I was embarrassed to serve these to my friends after our Bible study last night and apologized.
My son is not Celiac but has Eosinophlic Esophagitis. We tried this place about a month ago and had a horrible experience. (Uneducated staff) My son did not have any reactions but his food had to be remade the right way. I called the owner Tom the next day and reassured me he would fix the issue and even sent us free pizzas for a YEAR!! He was the sure that he would fix the issues. We went there tonight and with out me prompting them every step of the way they did everything outstanding. Check out this brand new place
We went to this restaurant and were treated very well. My husband is celiac and really enjoyed eating pizza in a restaurant. They use special pans for their gluten free crusts. All toppings for his pizza were from under the counter. The pizza was made right in front of us. It was cut with a clean pizza cutter. The pizza was crispy and very tasty. We will definitely return.
The staff was very cautious about gluten contamination, and asked if the gluten free request was allergy or preference. When I said allergy they shouted it so the entire kitchen could hear, changed gloves, and wiped down all surfaces. So friendly, you can make your own pizza, they deliver, it's inexpensive and above all delicious! Totally recommend this place.
They had a gluten free crust they used. The workers were very kind and accommodating, they changed their gloves, and got a new tub of sauce and new cheese. I did not get sick, but you should be very careful and watch them make it as there is flour everywhere.
For gluten free pizza I think the crust is really good (only a dollar more for gf crust and tastes like normal crust). The toppings and sauce choices are what put this place about the rest just be wary that the toppings are shared and there may be a slight risk of cross-contamination with the toppings (I've been meaning to ask if they have seperate containers of toppings they could select from instead). I've eaten there many times and they changed their gloves, asked if it was for an allergy (it is) and prepared it properly in front of me. The dough is premade in tins (that day? ..not sure) and cooked in these tins as not to be cross-contaminated in the over. Its definitely worth trying in my opinion
We came here hoping it would be ok for our 7 yr old with Celiac. The GF dough is premade. The sauces are all contaminated so we only got a little olive oil and cheese. I didn't see the server making the pizza change gloves so I asked but she said she had. I was concerned about whether or not they used a clean pizza cutter. Staff was friendly but maybe not overly cautious. My daughter liked her pizza did not complain about bellyaches.