Came hoping to to try the gluten-free pizza alternatives and had a really poor experience. We ordered two pizzas, one BBQ and the other with mushroom and sausages. Possibly because of the cautious procedures (meaning that they seemed to have cooked the two pizzas in series as opposed to simultaneously) or because of a waitress who was invisible for long periods, The pizzas were cold (And I mean Really COLD) when we got them. I could see them waiting for delivery and wondered who was going to get them.
Now as to the pizzas, the BBQ pizza was not a good choice because there was too little sauce and it was sweet. (For those not on a GF diet, most GF breads are sweet themselves so the combination of sweet on sweet is overkill). Now this was complicated by the fact that the crust seemed to be identical to a commercial crust I can buy in groceries in my home country, seemed to have been under heated, and was rubbery not crisp.
The other pizza was much better but, they should consider a New York style sauce as it would create a better contrast to the very sweet crust. It makes me wonder about the market research involved here.
So here we have bad service and a low quality product. The worst thing here is that one of the nearby steakhouses serves a better GF pizza than this specialized pizza bakery. I would not recommend CPK for those on a GF diet.
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