Well...they win. Best gluten free pizza I jave every had. Crust actually has some thickness and a doughy feel as opposed to thin over-cooked crusts you normally get. Not Celiac and I did get pepperoni on it and it was only $10. Recommend it. Very good sauce
I absolutely love their GF personal pizza. The staff understood my need for GF. They informed me that their sausage is not GF. The pizza is baked on its on container so it doesn’t touch the surface of the gluten pizza. We order from here 2-3 times a month and I have never gotten sick.
The pizzas are great, but I’m not sure I would consider it celiac safe. They were very knowledgeable and try very hard however flour in the air is flour in the air and I did get sick after eating here. That being said if you’re just gluten sensitive or on a gluten-free diet I would highly recommend their pizza as it tasted just as good as the real thing and they are a great local business to support! I love these guys and JD been coming for many years and will continue to get pizza here for the rest of my family
I've had great experience with this Bizzarro location only. I have tried two other locations and walked out because they had no idea about what was and was not gf. This location is aware and good about keeping things separate. The location can't be beat! I take my pizza out to the boardwalk and eat it while watching the surf. I've gotten mild stomach upset once, but still go back regularly.
their gluten free personal pizza is delicious, and the staff are wonderful! they explained that their gluten free pizzas crusts are baked in their own disposable trays and don't come into contact with any of the same surfaces as the traditional dough. I am not celiac but I do have gluten sensitivity, so I don't get sick as easily as people with severe celiac disease. and everyone else with me is so grateful to get an authentic NY pizza so far from home (brooklyn)!
I have to agree with Janet. The dough is definitely prepared in a shared kitchen. . plus, all the flour that's in the air that inevitably winds up in the pizza. There is no dedicated area that the dough is prepared in. Not safe for celiacs. . :-( Bald Strawberry in Melbourne is much better and the only place I trust
When I asked how they handled cross contamination I was told they have been making GF pizza for 2 years and nobody has ever been sick but I really didn't get an answer. So, I asked another gentleman and he said they have separate utensils, sauce, cheese, oven ect. That, plus the reviews made me feel somewhat confident. (As we all know it is always a risk) Well....either they are not aware, were not truthful or I am the first to get sick, sick, sick to the point of dehydration!!!! There is no doubt there was wheat involved. I always appreciate a restaurant that makes the effort to have a GF menu but I do want Celiacs to know there is a real risk to eating at this restaurant. It is now 3 days later and while I feel better than I did on Sunday I am still not right. My husband made them aware hoping they will review their practices on how to prepare the food to be safe for Celiacs.