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I've eaten at this specific Isaac's numerous times and never once had a reaction. The gluten free flat bread is decent and their sandwiches themselves are great. Incredible staff who are always sweet, knowledgable, and understanding of the need for the food to be prepared specifically gluten free.
Good, not amazing. The flatbread fell apart and it's pretty pricy. Nice to have the options but they need to make some improvements. Even just using Udi's would have been better imo. And my mayo cup had a goober in it. Doesn't leave me incredibly confident that there's no cross contamination.
The gluten free flatbread is good here, but be very careful to look at it before you dig in. Today was the second time that I have been served moldy gf flatbread here. The first time , I understood. Gluten free bread isn't as shelf stable as regular. But twice? I won't be back.
Gluten free perfection The gluten free flatbread is AMAZING. I had chicken salad with Swiss. Perhaps the most delicious sandwich I've had in years. They heat it on foil so no cross contamination. The broccoli salad is fantastic too. Service is incredibly attentive.
This restaurant was a treat. I could eat regular food made by someone knowledgeable about gluten free. We ate there often while on vacation. My husband and I could eat from the same menu. They were very careful in preparing (I'm very sensitive to cross contamination) Be sure to tell server you have Celiac's and as with everywhere else, it never hurts to remind them when the food comes. Can't wait to go back.
Eaten here at least a dozen times at this location (and others)! Very good sandwiches! They have and also sell some nice gf wraps. Everything I've ever ordered, even the chicken salad, is delicious. Celiac safe, and good service too. Many, many different selections plus soup. Enjoy!
Not safe for Celiacs. I was served what I thought to be a Gluten Free bread with my meal, but have been severely sick ever since. The hostess was nice, but our server just wanted us gone. Plus the food is not very good. We got the mac and cheese for the kids and it was barely cooked and looked like it had been sitting for a few hours. The chicken was very chewy. I guess try a different location if you want to try Isaacs.
The entire chain adheres to a celiac-friendly food handling method. I heard one of their execs speak at a gf group meeting and they take all precautions necessary. I eat at several Isaac's locations regularly and have never been sick. The food is great, too! I highly recommend these restaurants.
GF bread is good, and I was able to create a turkey Reuben. I was disappointed that they have many different kinds of soups in their rotation including quite a few that are GF, but none of the three offered that day were GF. With so many options, wouldn't it make sense to offer a GF option every day?
Been here several times and the sandwiches are great.
don't eat here if you are celiac! We had to cut our trip short because of Isaac's. Isaac's gluten free menu is useless since the staff has not been trained about it. A CELIAC IN OUR GROUP WAS SERVED THE GLUTEN BREAD, even thought the staff assured, confirmed and reconfirmed that it was the GLUTEN FREE bread. This was a devastating health setback, as any Celiac can verify. The reason we even found out about the non gf bread was because a staff member was walking by our table and asked why a guest would order a gluten free meal and be eating gluten bread!! Isaac's is merely fashionably gluten free (ie. they want your money) and are not committed when it comes to serving people with serious heath issues. Either correctly teach the staff about food allergies or stop offering the false promise of gluten free meals!