We were at West Edmonton Mall recently and while munching on some lunch I noticed on an advertisement and then on the back wall of Pannipizza that they had a gluten free pizza option.
That prompted me to ask some questions about what the options were. So what I was told is that they have a gluten free crust available. See below:
I asked about cross contamination, and obviously like all restaurants there is not guarantee. So then I asked about procedures. This is what they have in place to try and reduce risk:
- They have pans and trays for gluten free to go through the conveyor belt system
- All but on topping is gluten free
- They have a separate sauce and ladle for gluten free pizzas ready
- They do not have separate containers for each topping.
There is a extra $2 charge for gluten free crusts.
I know the separate sauce and ladle is a big deal for a lot of people as the ladle is typically used to spread the sauce around on the crust. So to have a separate sauce and ladle which comes in direct contact of crusts really does help.
We have not tried their pizza yet, but let us know if you have!
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