Three celiacs ate dinner here. We had a nice experience. The portions are huge which is nice. We were able to eat leftovers the next day. My daughter ordered a large salad. The other two split a spinach and artichoke dip that was wonderful with homemade chips. We also had gluten-free pizza. The pizza wasn't the best I've ever had but was still really good. The server was very friendly and seemed to know what she was doing. She asked how the gluten-free pizza was. No one got sick. All in all a great experience and we would come again.
I hadn't eaten here in over a year, since the last time it seemed difficult to get to speak to a manager about cross contamination.. I had to go through the waitress, who was nice but not knowledgeable enough. This time it was much better. We went on January 6th (Sunday) at around 4:30 pm. The waitress we had was excellent and she willingly brought me the manager who meticulously went over the process of how they minimize cross contamination. She said they can use separate ingredients and change gloves, etc. They now have a new crust which is much better and more normal of a pizza crust. We were concerned about the fact that the new crust is round like their regular pizza and we may get served the wrong one, but she reassured us that the GF ones have a distinct edging around them and she was right! We will definitely go back again!
The have revamped their gluten free pizza crust from when they first opened here in 2015. Had tried it a few times back then and the crust was always burnt, plus there seemed to be a cross contamination issue in the kitchen as I never felt good the next day. Decided to give it another try recently (had a coupon) and was pleasantly surprised! The new crust is very tasty and best of all I felt great the next day.
I have CD and stay away from Pizza places because I feel that there is such a high risk of CC because off flour in the air. I was in the area and saw the other reviews and decided to try it. I had a gf pizza and artichoke dip. Both were yummy and 12 hours latter. ..no reaction!!
I️ ordered a gluten free pizza with green peppers & mushrooms and a side salad with fresh spinach and mushrooms and the house Italian dressing (GF) on the side. I️ did inform our server that I️ had celiac and was assured the chef would take precautions.There is a disclaimer on the menu that their pizza crust is gluten free but that they cannot guarantee against cross contamination. I️ should have followed my initial instincts and just ordered the salad. Within an hour after eating the pizza I was really sick. Been sick for 2 days. Celiacs and gluten sensitive people be wary. Gave them two stars for good service and because the food was tasty even though it made me sick.
The sausage was good, but the crust was OK. Not bad but nothing to write home about. Our service was also exceptionally slow even though they were not busy. I waited a good 20 minutes to try to get another drink and ultimately just gave up. Also, this was really expensive for pizza. Two dollars for each additional topping?? It was an additional six bucks to just get sausage mushroom onion? Seems gratuitous for a small pizza.
This place was recommended to me by a fellow celiac, the owner at THIS location has actually set up a complete separate preparation area for GF foods. The pizza is amazing, So is the spin dip! Ive tried a few other things too, without issues. The one time I did have a reaction I came in and sat down. So I recommend getting food Togo, as out of the 100x I’ve gotten Togo I’ve never had a problem. Staff is super friendly too. Never had a bad service experience.
I love Aurelio's. By far the best gluten free pizza I've ever had. I always look forward to eating there with friends when I'm in town. Their bar selection is great as well. I had one terrible experience here that was service related, but I'm writing in hoping that it was a fluke.
I got a gluten free pizza for takeout - my goodness is it huge. The flavor was awesome and I really appreciate how accommodating they are for us gluten free folk but I got a stomachache almost immediately after eating it. I have a sensitivity (not Celiac) and usually small/trace amounts don't bother me, but for some reason this pizza did. I've had all the toppings I ordered before but it's possible I just had a reaction to something else in the crust (grains). I'm not sure if a lower review is deserved or not, which is why I only knocked off one star. Up to your interpretation!
They have GF pizzas available in personal (4 squares) and small (12-16 squares) sizes. This is really your only option, except for salad with no croutons and make-your-own dressing with their olive oil & balsamic vinegar.
The pizza is a great fluffy crust with crispy edges. It had a subtle buttery flavor and reminds me of a homemade soft pretzel dough. this place uses real cheese, and lots of it! highly recommend. price is about $15 for small two topping. definitely will go again.
I've always had great experiences here- but you do want to let them know if you have Celiac, as they go the extra mile to avoid cross contamination. Great friendly staff too! The crust is FANTASTIC, we now have gotten people to start ordering it without us just because they like it better!
Best GF pizza I have ever had! Real Chicago style pizza, and the only 9 inch pizza I have found that is substantial enough to feed 2. I always order extra cheese, and was pleasantly surprised that my carry out pizza was actually heavy with toppings! Best of all, I had no gluten reaction! Highly recommended!!