You know, the staff was very knowledgeable about cross contamination, but I'm not sure that translated to whoever made my food. They probably can do celiac correctly, just maybe not all employees. I had a gf wrap and salad and was throwing up within five hours of eating it. I went with a friend who does not have celiac and they did not get sick, which is why I believe it was a cross contamination issue.
Purebread Glen Mills PA might be gluten friendly, but employees need the customers to spell out that we are gluten intolerant or have celiacs. I asked about every ingredient on a sandwich to make sure there were no ingredients that contained gluten. Manager confirmed everything was good. Needless to say I had issues. We called the restaurant to check ingredients again and the manager said I needed to say I have celiacs or they would cut my sandwich with the same knife. Clearly they didn't understand cross contamination. Not sure how non-gluten friendly this staff really is. I do love the pictures of the dogs though.
Terrible service. The servers are being so rude that if I wasn't so hungry I would leave. Did not take my restrictions seriously I told them I have celiac disease and asked what was gluten free and was met with irritation and was told I had two options. When the fish came it was on fried plantains, even though the server said it was on greens and the plantains are fried in the same oil as gluten. They acted like I was making a big deal out of nothing. Would not recommend this place at all.