I ate here yesterday, I loved the Asian chicken wraps before I got diagnosed with Celiac. So I decided to try it again after 6 months of being GF. I was AMAZED at the tortillas that are GF. OMG SO GOOD. I even called the manager to see if I can buy some to take home. Unfortunately you can't. They get it from a distributor that makes them strictly for Togo's. But the manager told me that if you inform the staff that you have celiac to also make sure you let a manager know, if you request new gloves, or them to clean the area before they make your food they gladly will. The only set back was when I ordered the Asian chicken wrap I told the lady I was celiac and had to be GF, well she gave me the GF wrap but didn't take out the croutons, I took it home and bit into it THANKFULLY I only had a minute amount and it only made me throw up one time (but that was later in the evening). So when I called her to let her know what she did she was very apologetic and made me a new sandwich right away.
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One thing I have learned, just because you have Celiac Disease doesn't mean the rest of the world automatically knows what it is. I didn't even know what it was before I got diagnosed. So you have to be patient with others that are unfamiliar. You cant give a bad rating just because one of the Employees didn't know about Gluten. Its your place as a Celiac to help others understand the importance of taking the precautions when working in a food place with a celiac as a customer.
My son has celiac, but had no problems with their GF burger. Their fries are GF, and they have GF buns! My gluten eating daughters enjoyed their food as well. The servers were helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable.
Excellent pizza and Stromboli! Best GF crust I've had! Pricey. I was disappointed that they don't serve the whole menu after 5:00pm. I really wanted to try the fried pickles. I'm visiting from the east coast and made the effort to drive an extra hour to go there only to find I couldn't get certain items. Giving 4 out of 5 stars because of the menu limitations not the taste.
My son has celiac, and my MIL has a gluten intolerance. Both ate the GF pizza with no problems. Delicious, fresh ingredients. Even the cashier (who also took my call-in order) was very aware of allergen processes, asking me if the GF was for celiac or just a desire to eat GF. I also saw her instructing a team member how to prepare a pizza for a dairy -sensitive individual by not using the pasta sauce that was near a cheese container. Delicious, many options, very friendly and knowledgeable.
4950 South Rainbow Boulevard #130, Las Vegas, NV 89118
I'm rating this this down not because the food was bad but the options were limited. the other reviews said they had gluten free bread for sandwiches. the counter persons said only the items marked on the menu were gf. only 2 entrees and a salad were gf. so either they stopped offering or the person was poorly trained. either way I was disappointed. the salmon with Chia reduction was good. I was looking forward to a meatball sandwich.
Loved my turkey burger, the plate normally comes without a bun and the server said he'll let the chef know I need things prepared in a clean environment. Plus they have half-off wine on Wednesdays! Everything is labeled if it's gluten free or has the option to be gluten free.
Worth noting that all but two specialty items, prepared in another kitchen, are gluten free. Many vegan options so can handle dairy free with ease also. Seems to be little soy used in the facility for those with that allergy also.
FANTASTIC! So many gluten free options! The chefs (1 dinner, 1 breakfast) came out and walked me through the entire buffet to show me what was safe for me to eat. The omelet station was fantastic and they offer gf pancakes, french toast, and muffins!!