Some Amazing pizza! We had the cauliflower crust and the “gluten friendly” crust too( I think that’s what they called it). Both were sooo good! The cauliflower was the best in my opinion. The sauce was incredible and the server was very attentive.
The price was almost double what I’m used to paying for gf pizza, but it was Really good! You pay for each topping additionally.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Gluten free pizza was dry and not much in taste I would not recommend
— Not Much
— Below Average
Amazing gluten free pizza!!!! Will order again!
Only three choices for gluten friendly crust, traditional, pesto, or white pizza with garlic cream sauce. My wife had the traditional, it had a sweet tomato sauce and was tasty. I had the pesto pizza, which had good flavor. The crust was thin and cracker like. Service was excellent and it is has a brick oven and nice decor.
They ONLY have a gf crust and nothing else...not even salad dressing! All I wanted was pizza and a salad with my family but couldn’t. We ordered the white pizza on a gf crust and it was gross. They also made a point to say that they were only “gluten friendly” and would only take “precautions” to avoid cc. We will definitely not go back.
Some of the best gluten free pizza I’ve ever eaten. Incredible crust!!
Not good. Definitely not gluten friendly as they share the same equipment, not to mention they use the same cuter for all of the pizzas. I was not impressed with the food at all, it was very dry and bland. For the price they charged, I expected better pizza. Well lesson learned. I will be paying for the gluten for the next week.
Grimaldi's has three different types of gluten free pizza crust flavors and then of course you can add whatever toppings you want. I have celiac and have had no negative reaction to their pizza. And it is SOOO good!
The crust isn’t crispy like many GF pizzas, and I prefer it that way. It was more substantial than most GF crusts and I loved the consistency; so did non - GF family members! I am not celiacs, but highly sensitive and didn’t have any issues.
Before bringing our Celiac son to eat, we asked two separate staff members about cross-contamination protocols in the kitchen and wood-fired stove to prevent their advertised GF pizza from being contaminated with gluten from the majority-prepped pizzas. Both staff members outlined multiple controls and sounded knowledgeable. When we arrived a week later with our son, the menu contained warnings that their GF pizzas are not considered safe for Celiacs and when we asked wait staff she confirmed that it was not safe for our son to eat but appeared expectant that we would order anyway. We thanked her for clarifying and left to eat at a Celiac safe restaurant in town, but were disappointed with the crossed signals and wasted time here.
The pizza was outstanding! Best gf I’ve had !
I appreciate that they are now offering gf pizza, and maybe it was just not a good night for them but we went once and I shall not be returning. crust was soggy, super thin and lacking in flavor.
I was so excited when I heard my local Grimaldi’s was offering GF pizza on their menu now. I was so disappointed, the pizza was not crispy but soggy and limp. It definitely should have been cooked longer. Also had a Cesar salad which had a lot of rotting pieces of lettuce...I sent it back and had it taken off my bill. Very disappointed!
I'm always skeptical when they tell me that the pizza is baked in the same oven as all the others. I was only able to eat outside, as the first floor kitchen inside overwhelmed my breathing. The bar upstairs was not as contaminated. saying this, the crust and the Cesar salad without croutons were delicious. still haven't gotten sick. Came during a time that wasn't busy.
Menu has a warning that GF pizza not advised for those w/ celiac. I ordered a simple salad instead of pizza
They now offer Gluten Free crust
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