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best gluten-free pizza in Toronto

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Just came from dinner at Big Mamma's Boy on Parliament where I went to try their gluten free pizza. In one word, wow! It was fresh, crispy, light, non-greasy, and the crust actually had taste and did not resemble dry cardboard as do most other gluten-free crusts I've tried.

You can choose from the menu or make your own - which I did. I had black olives, spinach, basil and wild mushrooms. As a bonus - I ordered it with rice milk cheese - as I don't eat dairy. So it was a double score for me!

It blew Magic Oven away hands down. No comparison.

HIghly recommend. Even my gluten-eating companion remarked on how good it was.

As a tip - the waitress told me that the gluten-free pizza is so popular that they often run out on Saturdays and Sundays....but you can always call ahead and reserve one.

For anyone who is gluten intolerant...or just wants a great healthy easy to digest pizza.....give it a try.

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  1. We had dinner thier the other day and it was delicious...I was definitely feeling a little overwhelmed at my choices - normally very limited to a couple dishes on a menu with some substitutions at any other restaurant...here I could have almost the whole menu! Even my glutn loving hubby loved it. The wait was a little longer than normal places given that we were the first and only ones there for a while but if I can have selection and enjoy it without being sick after I am definitely willing to wait a few extra minutes.

    Magic Oven pizza sucks. Everytime I have ordered a gluten free pizza form there it has arrived with a soggy, doughy crust that I've had to rebake myself. For the price they charge it better be good and Cooked.....Never agian.

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    1. re: getinmybelly911

      Where else in Toronto can you get gluten free pizza? We both agree that Magic Oven sucks ....I can't imagine that Pizza Pizza's is any better. Any recos?

      1. re: jrabbit2727

        Il Fornello has a spelt crust that is gluten free, I believe.

        1. re: TorontoJo

          Spelt is not gluten free I'm afraid....needs to be a rice crust.

          1. re: jrabbit2727

            Oops, sorry, just checked their web site. They do have a spelt crust, but they also have a gluten free crust. I got the two mixed up in my head. Here's what it says:

            "Substitute our gluten-free Quejos crust for 3.99 more"