With limited take out options, this is the best. Two size options for gluten free. It’s quick and amazing
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I got glutened, even after asking staff to change gloves, use separate equipment, etc.
Most pizzas can be made “gluten-free” (in quotations because of dubious cross-contamination protocols.) GF crust does add $5 to the pizza though.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
The staff was very nice but they said it would be celiac friendly and it was not but I still ate there. The food was very nice when I started eating it but it got very mushy after only a couple minutes. If you are highly allergic do not go😐
Celiac. They take great care to avoid cross contamination. Used a dedicated baking tray and wiped cutter down really well. I was watching them like a hawk. Did not get sick and I consider myself on the sensitive side. I’ve eaten here multiple times without any tummy issues. The pizzas were excellent. Crust was thin, crispy on the edges and delicious. I usually go with a jalapeño bacon and pineapple pizza.
Great pizza, and no reaction after eating it
Checked before ordering to verify they had allergy procedures in place and felt reassured enough to order. Got a large America pizza. GF crusts are never amazing but this was pretty good and didn’t make me sick. I’d go back!
I was glad to find a place I could have both gf and df pizza. The atmosphere did not make us want to stay and frankly, I didn't like the pizza. The crust was ok but the cheez was tasteless and stuck to the roof of my mouth. It was more artisan pizza and didn't hit my craving for classic pizza I haven't been able to have in years.
They prepare the gluten free pizza in a separate room and most times use separate toppings but always caveat that they may grab toppings from the area where regular pizza is made if needed. I consider myself a moderately sensitive Celiac and have never had any issues.
They put my gluten free pizza in the same oven as the regular pizza eve after I told them I had celiacs. I got very sick after eating here and do not recommend if you have celiacs. The pizza was yummy though and do recommend if you are just on a gluten free diet and can handle cross contamination
Visiting from out of town, found this place on the find me gf app and decided to try it for the first time. I would recommend this place to NO ONE.
Place was super dirty. No one else there at lunch time, employees were sitting in a booth watching tv.
I went to order a salad and asked if the 'add on' chicken was gluten free. She stared at me blankly and said "I don't know gluten free". That's not a typo. That's a direct quote.
I ordered the salad without the chicken, which was about $8 before tax, and she proceeded to make the salad.
She had long scraggly hair with no hairnet on and didn't wear gloves. I said something about wearing gloves and she said something in another language to the other employee, smirked and ignored me.
She pulled tomatoes from the flour pizza side and started slicing them and picking them up with her long fingernails, again gloveless. She picked out an old half cut avocado and started to use her fingernails to pick out the brown spots before slicing it and putting it on my salad. I was so disgusted by this point that it didn't even matter that the mixed greens salad was brown, wilting and looked about three days over its expiration. My husband offered to eat it while I went next door to Chipotle where employees know how to handle food properly. He picked through it and even found random walnuts in there. NO ONE with an allergy should step foot in this place. If you do, get ready for the hospital.
This place should be inspected for food safety code violations and shut down. It was the grossest thing I've ever experience.
The Napoli pizza is made best at this location! Soft, with a tad of crispness in the crust, the perfect flavor mix of ingredients and a joy to slowly devour. Z Pizza in general has been my favorite place for gluten free pizza since the beginning.
I did not feel very safe eating here but I didn’t have much of a choice. I was travelling with a large camp group and we stopped here for dinner, starving, after several hours of travel, an hour of looking for parking, and many hangry arguments. The staff seemed stoned when I asked questions, including the head chef, but he told me he would take precautions to avoid cross contact. I talked to him twice about cooking my pizza separately, covered in foil, and I didn’t get sick nor have any adverse reactions, but I wasn’t super confident about the knowledge of the staff. They were very accommodating though, which was why I gave four stars. The pizza was delicious, I had the vegan veggie pizza but they have all kinds of combinations and it is pretty cheap. Just be super specific when ordering with what you want and they will be more likely to accommodate you.
I’m celiac so I have to be extremely cautious where I eat, I get sick so easily! But this place was amazing, got the gf Napoli pizza, I called and they said they use separate utensils and cook the pizza separate from the regular ones. The pizza was delicious and I didn’t get sick! Can’t wait to go back:)
It looks like there is a lot of regular flour not contained in the open kitchen area. I would be nervous about cross contamination. The crust isn't great, has a chemical kind of taste. Service was good but I wouldn't go back for the pizza. It's worth the drive to Picazzo's.
Fantastic! Being new to the gluten free world, imagine my delight when my favorite food was available with a GF crust. There are more options than just pizza, including salads and sandwiches. The pizza was delicious! We had the Mexican specialty pizza. Would definitely recommend this restaurant. Staff was friendly and prices were reasonable.
Food was good, service was lacking. Took 50 min to get a small order served. Had to ask for just about every bit of attention we received, like napkins and silverware even. They were moderately busy. They were apologetic, but I wouldn't go back.