I went here for a friend’s daughter’s birthday party recently. I didn’t think I’d be eating anything while I was here, but glancing online I saw that they do offer a gluten free pizza at all of their locations. It isn’t anything exciting- a personal cheese pizza- but definitely a game changer for your kiddos or accompanying adults.
The cashier (I wish I had asked her name!) Caucasian, mid twenties (?), was extremely sympathetic to my needs and went to the kitchen to verify/get my questions answered about preparation. A woman by the name of Kendra came back out with her to speak with me directly and ask me exactly what she could do to keep my food safe. She was warm and took my concerns very seriously- I didn’t feel that I had any need to worry with my order in her hands. My pizza came out hot! Burn your mouth hot (which I did, my fault). It was honestly better than a good handful of gluten free pizzas I’ve bought at the store. Thin crust and crispy.
Overall, the two team members that helped me with my order at this location made me feel heard and understood. I don’t frequent Chuck E. Cheese, but it’s nice to know that they take care of customers with special dietary issues. I’ve heard that they also have gluten free cupcakes at certain locations? I didn’t ask, but call ahead to confirm.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
So the GF pizza here used to come sealed and cooked in its own bag so it had zero cross contamination risk. It also came with a sealed plastic pizza cutter. However, they changed it to just a GF crust which is prepared and cooked in the same area as the regular pizza. No longer safe for celiac. I have 2 stars bc if you don’t have celiac you can still order a gf pizza and the cotton candy is gluten free along with two of the ice creams in the vending machine.
Our family use to LOVE going to Chuck E Cheese however on our last visit we learned they stopped doing the prewrapped GF pizzas and now have a 'gluten friendly' pizza. It's a GF crust toping with ingredients from their regular pizza toppings line and cut with the same pizza cutter as the rest of their pizzas. What use to be a wonderful place that my children could eat pizza with the rest of the kids is no longer available. Really sad.
They do offer a cheese GF pizza, but no toppings. Also, 30 minutes after ordering, we were told they were out of GF pizza and didn't have any other options except salad which is not a viable dinner choice for hungry three year olds... They eventually refunded my money, but it took a while because of the chaos. I would get food somewhere else for GF, then Judy play games.
GF pizza is individually wrapped to prevent cross-contamination. They also have a list of allergens available. All of the salad dressings are GF. They have mandarin oranges in the salad bar too and Dippin' Dots, which GF and dairy free.
very tasty gluten free personal size pizza. cheese only. It is baked in a bag and comes with a pizza cutter. so if your child is gf and is invited to a party there is something they can eat.
They have gluten free pizza that is cooked in its own container. It comes with a wrapped up pizza slicer, and you slice it yourself at the table. Cupcake looks delicous, but we did not try it because of possible peanut cross contamination.
I was pleasantly surprised to find out what "gluten free pizza" meant at chuck e. Cheese.The pizza is made at a gluten free facility & shipped in a paper bag. It is cooked in that same bag and brought to the table in the bag with a brand new pizza cutter still in packaging. I feel confident that there was 0 contamination. I can't say it was the best or most appetizing looking pizza. It was small. But so are most gluten free pizzas. But it was great to have a completely gluten free option for my son with celiac at his favorite place to play!
Pizza comes sealed with a sealed cutter and they typically have sealed gf cupcakes (good to call ahead to verify). Nice to be able to have a place to take my 4 year old son and he doesn't feel excluded. As much as I was never a fan of places like this, having a happy little boy who can have a normal "pizza and cake" party with his friends was priceless! Now for bday requests I am happy when it is here because I know I won't have to plan separate food and know he won't be sick and feel included!
Love for my son! He gets to have the "same food" as his friends! Gluten Free Pizza comes in a completely sealed bag that we open at the table with a dedicated sealed pizza cutter. They also have have gf cupcakes. They always have the pizza but cupcakes you have to call ahead for just in case. Not a fan of types of place for this but for my 4 year old to not feel like an outcast and get to eat pizza with his friends and not get sick it is awesome!
They cook & serve the personal sized pizza in a closed bag. The pizza cutter is disposable. This is probably the safest (disregarding nutrition) place in the area a person with celiac can eat at.
Actually pleasantly surprised to find their gluten-free option to be celiac-friendly (does not come in contact with any CC surfaces, shipped and baked in own bag and comes with sealed pizza cutter to DIY). you only have options of one size, and cheese only since the option is so new, but hopefully they will expand a bit more in the future. They do have a decent salad bar but it only carried iceberg, and could be easily contaminated.
Chuck E. Cheese has a personal cheese pizza that is cooked in a sealed oven bag and served sealed with a special pizza cutter that is also sealed in a separate bag to prevent contamination. The pizza is small, perfect size for a child, but probably not big enough to satisfy an adult, but it is only $5.99.
The gluten free pizza comes to you in a bag. The pizza was cooked inside the bag and they also give you a plastic pizza cutter in a sealed bag. I KNOW nothing was cross contaminated here and there are not many places I can go that I KNOW it won't be contaminated. It was SOOO nice!! The pizza itself wasn't the best and it's very small.
Gluten Free Pizza and Gluten Free cupcakes?! YES PLEASE! and the pizza was amazing, they opened it up and added veggie toppings for me, I was supremely happy to be able to spend a day with my family without having to be punished for it while everyone else ate pizza but me.
No need to worry about cross contamination as the pizza comes out in a sealed bag with plastic pizza cutter. Hey it's a cheap frozen pizza but at least the kids can participate with their friends.
They have a gluten free individual pan pizza that is the same price as a regular individual pan pizza. The pizza is made at a dedicated gluten free facility and is not unsealed until it is brought to the table. They cook the pizza in the packaging. They also provide a personal unsealed pizza cutter. The pizza was one of the best I have found anywhere. They do have a prepared gluten free cupcake. It was not bad. However, it is not made in a dedicated gluten free facility. Great place to take the family and enjoy a meal!
Fun place for celiac kids to go. The pizzas are made in a gluten free facility and then shipped fresh and brought to the table sealed to guarantee no contamination. I'm not a fan of the restaurant but like that my g-free kiddo doesn't have to feel left out.
Now serving GF Pizza and GF chocolate cupcakes. Guaranteed 100% GF, food never comes out of packaging until you open once served. Even comes with your own GF pizza cutter. My son loved it!
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