The whole experience was amazing. The staff was kind, informed of the GF diet and how to take the necessary precautions due to the danger for celiacs from cross-contamination. And boy, were they informed! I saw something that I have never seen in the 5 years of dining out gluten-free. The server and the manager delivered our food wearing gloves, to further prevent cross contamination. Gloves!
I was speechless. Really, I almost kissed them. Luka blew them one for all of us!
We all ordered pizza, there were 3 types to choose from, cheese, pepperoni or vegetable. They are thin crust and touted as “individual” sized pizzas. It would easily serve 2 people if you order a salad to go with it. We ordered some of each and we all ordered the Caesar salad too.
Heaven. That’s all I can say, it was that good. I forgot what real pizza with a thin, pliable crust tasted like! I could actually fold it and it didn’t break or fall to pieces in crumbles.
I don’t think we spoke a word at our table until we were finished, which says quite a bit in itself!
A bonus for the grown-ups on the gluten free diet?
I wish we had an Uno’s here in Albuquerque…
Well, I guess that is why we have a macked out mini-van…ROAD TRIP!!!
Thank you so much Las Cruces Pizzaria Uno Chicago Grill and Assistant General Manager, Thomas Fry. A 5 star experience in my book.
To view the Uno’s Chicago Grill Gluten-Free Menu, click here.