Don't use the delivery service. It took 1.5 hours to get delivered to a location in Ballard. They said it was not their fault. Three cluten free pizzas $128.00. This is a rip-off.
They don’t have a separate space to prepare the gluten-free pizzas. They also use the same utensils/tools for gluten-free and regular pizza. I knew I was taking a big risk by eating here, and unfortunately, I got sick.
I ordered a gluten-free Pizza Melanzane, which was easily large enough for two people. When I asked for a gluten-free pizza, the lady at the register asked right away whether I was very sensitive to gluten. As I have celiac disease, I said 'yes', and she made sure that the pizza was baked on a covered surface in order not to touch any of the gluten. I forgot to ask for the "no cut" option that someone else mentioned here in the comments, but I assumed that since I told them to avoid contamination, they did not cut it with the same wheel. The pizza tasted nice and flavorful, but the price was pretty outrageous, especially considering that there is no soda fountain and no free refills and given the fact that one has to grab a plate and cutlery oneself. I am not even sure what the tip that I paid was for. Since the pizza was good, I am giving this place 4 out of 5 stars, but the prices are too high for me to come here again. There are places that offer gluten-free pizza at a much lower price with the same great flavor or even better.
The GF pizza is great! Been craving pizza since I went GF, and the pizza was worth the wait.
fantastic thin crust pizza, very Italian style. a bit pricey though, and you can't get gf by the slice. got to buy a whole big pizza.
Best pizza menu around, includes vegan and GF. be sure to ask them to bake your GF pizza in a separate pan and ask for No Cut (who they don't slice your pie with contaminated cutter. Their pizza is delicious and the woodfire flavor really comes through. They were slammed when I was there and my crust got a little burned. Ballard store.