Similar to Chipotle in its set up and menu offerings (bowls, burritos, tacos, etc.), but not quite as flavorful, in my opinion. Staff was ready to accommodate me with fresh, clean gloves and separate prep plate to prepare my meal. Not everyone was knowledgeable about their gluten free items, despite having a corporate print-out in front of them. Their chips were light, crisp and very good.
3200 South Las Vegas Boulevard #1850, Las Vegas, NV 89109
I prefer the Sahara location because it's larger with a better specials menu. I love this restaurant chain though! I just give my server my long list of allergies, and he/she points everything I might want to try. I've been back several times and my only disappointment is the snickerdoodle cookies don't agree with me.
6533 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Love this place! Salad bar is limited for celiac and those allergic to soy and dairy, but what they do offer is excellent. I've been here several times without incident, and the staff is very helpful and kind.
Warning! This place looked really exciting based on the options listed but I personally had a horrible experience. We went to the location on the West side of town and they didn't have a gluten free menu available nor did the server really know anything about it. I will give the server credit because he tried but honestly the choices here for me would have been very similar to any regular restaurant avoiding gluten... salad no croutons with vinaigrette and a burger w/o a bun... oh and they have fish tacos on corn shells if you like seafood. we went to Red Robbin instead. If you are not very sensitive try this place b/c the food looks great but not worth being sick over IMO.
I want to thank the young man -Jordn-who closed up at the Moline Stashu's restaurant tonight. His "cheerful" disposition, violation of health codes, and sense of entitlement ensures that I will make it known that I no longer support this business. We entered at 7:20, ordered 2 gluten free pizzas to the tune of almost $40 and tip, which arrived table side just before 8. He started vacuuming as we started eating our first slices. At about 8:20 he asked if we wanted boxes for our pizza, and we answered yes. The boxes were sitting on the table while we finished eating. He then stated, not asked, "I'm going to box those up for you" and proceeded to handle the 2 pizza halves with his hands putting them into the boxes. In the process, he dropped 2 slices face down on the table and handled them into the box. "We have been closed over half an hour." Since when does 25 minutes translate into over half an hour. "I'm not staying here all night, I have someplace to be". One of my party stated that he would be calling someone the next day-Reply "You mean my family?" When informed that he wasn't following health codes by handling our food without gloves, "We do it all the time" IF THEY DON'T WANT THE BUSINESS, DON'T TAKE THE ORDER. Needless to say the pizza became dog food. I used to own a gluten free bakery and this was the only place that I would buy pizza in the Quad Cities. NO MORE. I can easily make my own, but brought friends out for pizza. If he was that careless in front of us, how would he be in the back. Next time it will be Biaggi's as they also make a decent pie.
The service was great. The food was good. I got the individual size Hawaiian "pizza" with the zucchini base, casserole, and a salad that I had to take home because the serving was big and very filling. The server did forget I am Celiac and brought bread on the salad. He profusely apologized and brought me a new salad. I would return.
They make their best effort. They change gloves, get a clean sandwich board and have a great menu. One thing, don't let them toast your sandwich. That will get you cross contamination since they only have one toasting oven.