Got a gluten free pizza. It was so greasy it was dripping down my hand and arm. Was OK but not great. Alto got a gluten free cupcake, which tasted a lot like cornmeal but not in a good way. My husband ordered a regular ham and cheese and it came with pesto, tomatoes and onions, none of which he will eat. The servers seemed nice and the service was pretty quick with how busy they were. Just ask more questions about what you’re actually ordering if you go.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
The Cobb salad was AMAZING. I added chicken for an extra $2 and Their ranch is gluten free. I had no issues. They also offer GF cupcakes. Definitely will be back.
Best GF pizza I have had since being diagnosed with CD! They have a dedicated kitchen space and my pizza was cooked separately from my kids who ordered gluten pizzas. They can make lettuce wraps as well. We went back the following day to get some GF cupcakes since the reviews were raving. They did not disappoint. I will go here again when we visit St George!
The pizza is so gross. My crust wasn’t cooked and the toppings slopped off. The Alfredo sauce tastes like it’s made of mayonnaise. I’m really disappointed in a $2 up charge for food I couldn’t eat. As for gluten free cupcakes, they said they had some but when we arrived 2 min later, they were gone. Don’t waste your time or money. When I asked about GF pizza toppings, the server said, “I think so but I’m not sure.” I don’t think people understand the health risks with “I’m not sure”.
Super cute cafe. My daughter loved her pizza and the salmon salad was delicious with balsamic dressing substituted for ranch dressing. Out dinner was ready in only 15 minutes, too, so we would totally come back here.
I had a salad and it was quite tasty! Although I did take out and it took them close to 30 minutes to prepare it which was very disappointing. As for the cupcakes they were quite dry. I like Sweet Tooth Fairy cupcakes much better!
We were on our way out of town (having been in St George for our anniversary) and my pregnant wife was craving a sandwich. We figured that sandwiches are a quick lunch and we could get on the road quickly. Not here. Took 45 minutes for our sandwiches and lunch to arrive. We thought maybe they would be homeade chips and an exquisite sandwich. Nope. Took them 45 mins to find the prepackaged bags of chips and slap together some bread with a few slices of meat, lettuce, tomato, and hardly any mayo. Glad I had water to wash down the dry sandwich. The meat was flavorful, but that's about the only positive thing about my trip to twenty-five main cafe. Wish I hadn't have had to pay and tip upon ordering or I would have walked out long before and just taken the 10 minute detour to subway. Don't go to this establishment unless you have all day to sit and wait for your mediocre food to arrive (especially since everybody else in the place was staring at the walls waiting for their food too. Doesn't seem to matter what you order, took just as long for the table next to us to get their pizza). And he looked like he didn't want to eat the soggy pizza once it arrived anyways. Biggest disappointment I've had in a business in a long time. At least the decor was nice to look at. And the staff all looked extremely upset that we were there. No smiles, no pleasantries, no welcoming. Just avoid this place. And they don't have gluten free anything except pizza. Thankfully they were nice enough to wrap my wife's sandwich in lettuce for her. We still had to stop for ice cream on our way of town to fill our stomachs from this dainty "meal".
Had a perfect gluten free pizza and herb tea served in a big cup. Yummy. My husband ordered spaghetti and meatballs (regular). It came with only three meatballs, no Parmesan and a small heel of bread with no butter or garlic. Needless to say, he was not impressed.
Absolutely recommend even if you have to go out of your way//delicious and celiac safe!
They seem to be a good place, it smells amazing at least!
The cashier said she has celiac and she eats here. They have lots of options but not necessarily satisfying. ie they can sauté veggies to replace pasta but they don’t have gf pasta, they don’t have gf bread or buns and will make a lettuce wrap instead. All of their soups and salads are gf so there are a lot of options for that.
Ordered green pizza with gluten free crust and it was delicious. Also got the strawberry poppyseed salad... lots of fresh strawberries and yummy. They were so accommodating and very careful with my gluten free requests. I have hashimotos and also have to avoid dairy. They made my half of pizza with no cheese and let me know pesto sauce had dairy and made my husbands half with lots of cheese so it was a win win and I was glad they were so accommodating. When I asked they said They can make Panninis with lettuce wrap and can make all salads gluten free as well. One of workers said she has celiacs so I'm guessing they are careful with cross contamination.
Seriously amazing place! I've eaten there several times and am a severely sensitive Celiac. Not once have I had a reaction and their cupcakes are indistinguishable from a glutinous one. I asked how they are so good at not contaminating things and they explained the owner's family has Celiacs and gluten sensitivity so they are very careful with how things are done. I'm completely sold on this restaurant and will continue to eat here.
Amazing salads, pizza, lettuce wraps, acai bowls, smoothies and you can't forget the delicious Gluten free cupcakes!!