178 S. Rio Grande Suite 100, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Even though they state on their wrapper that they're not safe for celiacs, I never had problems with gluten at this chain in three locations, until last Sunday. I got really sick (fairly certain gluten-related rather than food poisoning) after eating something I'd had without problem the day before. maybe not everyone gets training at this location?
10000 Bessie Coleman Dr., Terminal 3, Gate K10A, Chicago O'Hare International Airport, 10000 West O'Hare Avenue, Chicago, IL 60666
They claim to adjust to GF but when placing an order I was asked what GF and gluten were. Even after explaining the worker was u sure and asked the person cooking. He had no idea what I was requesting.
I would NOT recommend this location
My husband and I have ordered out from here twice and I really enjoyed my food and most importantly, I did not get sick. My husband spoke to the owner to make sure they understood that I have Celiac. When the order came out, the owner double-checked it and it wasn't gluten free. He admitted that it was his fault and forgot to put it on the ticket. He threw it right in the trash and they made us all new sandwiches. The second time we were there, everything went smoothly and I had no reactions. I will definitely be back next time I'm out on Sanibel!
I absolutely would not recommend this place for gluten free. I went there with my family and ended up not even ordering anything because the lack of understanding was shocking. Their gluten free menu is pathetic.. You can order a sandwich.. but don't expect any bread. You will literally get lunch meat on a plate. No thank you.
Its hard to complain when a restaurant has a dedicated space for gluten free pizza. I have eaten here several times and I have never gotten sick. The first time I had their pizza, it was great. Other times, it tasted underdone and doughy. For me, it has been a hit or miss on taste but I can say, I've never gotten sick. I really am just thankful that there's a safe place I can go when on Sanibel. Maybe next time, I'll ask them to cook it a little longer.
I went here for a girl's night with 3 other friends that were kind enough to eat gluten free with me, since you do share the same pot. They have a gluten free menu with a lot more selections than I anticipated. Even with the cheddar cheese fondue, they used corn starch instead of flour and gluten free beer! it tasted just as I remember from before I was diagnosed Celiac. Their gluten free bread is well, you know.. gluten free bread. But I didn't even care. Even for dessert, they have gluten free brownies, marshmallows, chocolate.. Everything was delicious and I did not get sick!
Ate here yesterday and been sick since. I've tried it three times since it is close by and a family favorite, I've gotten sick each time. Cross contamination definitely an issue, I would not recommend if you are Celiac.