Not celiac friendly at all. My waitress was very kind and told me there were two items on the menu that are gluten free. It was either sandwiches with no bread, or chicken feathers with no sauce at all.
Based on earlier reviews, they seem to be more allergy conscious now. I asked the first employee to change gloves, which she had the other employees on the line do as well. They also now pull cheese/lettuce out of dedicated containers. The only critique I have is that the employees seem a bit annoyed to go through the process...but they might just not have great customer service in general.
My family and I have been eating at Federico's every weekend for the past three summers. I've never gotten sick and find their gluten free pizza delicious! They offer gluten free pasta dishes and are aware of the sensitivity of a gluten allergy.
Amazed to find a great GF place like this in the airport! Super knowledgable about what I can order (even knew I couldn't have the tortilla chips bc they're fried in common oil). She even went and got the manager to confirm everything was GF and he assumed me it will be prepared on a dedicated area with clean utensils- I think the manager actually prepared it himself! Only one/ two GF options, but that's better than none. And the service was amazing.
Good food, GF options for bread & pasta. I just avoid obvious sources of gluten, I didn't ask about the soup. I love tomato soup with a grilled cheese & theirs was good. I'm hooked on their grilled cheese, bacon & jalapeño.
Mugs is a wonderful place for food allergy goers. I have gotten sandwiches there on gluten free bread and gluten free bagels. They also have dairy-free options like df cheese as well as almond, soy, and coconut milk for lattes. If you haven't tried coconut milk in a latte yet, you haven't lived! They are always really nice too.