I wanted to love this place, but two times was enough to know it's not meant to be. One time they mixed up my order and served me a gluten-filled pizza, which wow, was an experience. The other time I felt glutened a few hours after for sure. I wouldn't trust them again. There's just too much cross contamination even if they don't accidentally ruin you with the wrong order. Yes celiac.
My first trip to Austin and this was the place I was most excited about, being originally from Detroit. Ordered my pizza and asked if they cook it on something separate and if they use a separate cutter for the gf pizzas. He said they could do that. I paid and took my number to a table. He then came out and told me the gf dough comes into contact with the regular dough. I was confused and he said they are mixed in the same mixer and it's not cleaned in between. So I didn't take the chance eating it and got my money back. I'm super glad he told me that but also wish I would've tried another location. Didn't eat any.
I love this pizza! The gluten free version is so good that my husband will split it with me instead of getting his own. They do share a kitchen with gluten, so for some who are hyper sensitive it might be a problem. Hi, I have Celiac and I have never had any trouble. Happy eating!
I've eaten at the Guadalupe location a couple of times now. Fantastic pizza, but both times I got glutened. I tried it again in hopes that something else had been the problem, but it was the pizza. I hope they can improve on cross-sontamination because ti would be really nice to have a thick-crust pizza again.
Food truck chefs are well aware of gluten allergies. They took special care to use a separate pan, clean the prep area and change utensils and gloves. The recipe for that dough is amazing. I finished the pizzas for breakfast in the morning and they were still so unbelievable. No reaction symptoms at all. A must have on a night out. And you're welcome to take your 'za into the Violet Crown.