Before eating here, l called to ask about cross contamination. The hostess said they didn’t do anything to prevent cross contamination. She boldly stated that they do not cater to people with Celiac and only offer gluten free substitutes because they are popular and trendy. Based on her advice, I have steered clear of this much loved Athens restaurant.
— Not at all
The pizza was definitely cooked separately but I believe that they cut it with the same cutter. Because, I got very sick and this is the only possibility of where it was.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I love the way their GF dough tastes but I was glutened after eating a GF pizza. I explained I needed everything gluten free due to medical issues. I’ve eaten there before without a problem but clearly they aren’t consistent. Won’t be going back :(
I have celiac and I feel really sick after eating there.
My favorite gluten free pizza in Athens! Also have GF pasta.
Their gluten free pizza is full of greasy cheese and yet tastes bland. Awful. Worst gluten free pizza I've had yet.
Freshly-made gluten free crust. Had the arugula pizza (which I enjoyed in Florence, Italy) and it was fabulous!
Fun, easy atmosphere and delicious gluten free pizza!
Their gluten free pizza is DELICIOUS but they don't seem to be very knowledgable! The dough is homemade and doesn't have that weird texture most gf doughs tend to have. They used to be my absolute favorite place to go when I had a craving. I don't think they have a dedicated kitchen, though so cross-contamination may be an issue if you are really sensitive.
I never had a problem until last week. My friend and I both ordered gf pizzas with the plan to share each other's. They brought one out and we started eating- it was way better than I remembered! When they brought the second one out, I noticed the crusts looked completely different. I questioned the waitress about whether or not the first one was gluten free and she reassured me that it was. Another employee came over a few minutes later and pointed to the pizza that I was eating and told me it WAS NOT gluten free. He offered to bring me a beer (HA!) as an apology while they made the correct pizza. I blatantly told him that I was going to be sick for days (I was) and this was completely unacceptable. He refunded me the money for the pizza, but 3 days in the bathroom was NOT worth $10.
Moral of the story: If something looks and tastes too good to be true, it probably is.