The gluten free noodles are great! The staff was very helpful. Delicious.
They told me the option I ordered had trace amounts of gluten in it after I bought it and it was made. But at least they told me. I gave the meal to a friend. Previous times (different meals) had been fine, but as a celiac I just can't risk it and probably won't be back.
I was excited to see they offer all their dishes with GF pasta. I especially like the mac & cheese and the pesto pasta dish from my pre-celiac days. I did however have a reaction to the GF pasta dish I ate. They do warn there could be cross contamination, which is not surprising.
They have really stepped up the GF since the previous reviews. The pastas are top notch for GF and would definitely recommended trying if you have not yet.
Noodle's & Co. has a lot of gluten-free options. Every menu option can be switched to one of the two gluten-free noodle options (rice pasta and Fazoli). Noodles & Co. has a gluten-free guide that is very helpful. I usually order spaghetti. Instead of meatballs, I ask for steak. The Tomato Basil soup is also now gluten-free. The manager explains my options and then swipes his card on the register to put an allergy alert on my order. I have dined at Noodle's & Co. numerous times and absolutely love their food!! I have Celiac Disease and never have been sick afterwards. Highly recommend!!!
Awesome. Trained and knowledgable in gf and Cross contamination !!!
I went in and reviewed the menu and decided what I wanted. When I ordered it, they told me the sauce wasn't gluten free. I was so very happy that they did that instead of letting me eat gluten. I got pad Thai noodles and they were great. No reaction at all.
Gluten Free fusilli!!
They have rice and fussilli noodles and a lot of sauces to choose from. Manager comes to flag our food so the kitchen is extra careful. They have a large menu you can view if asked to eliminate any allergy concerns. Only place I can get good safe Mac and cheese!
Gluten free pasta is good in certain dishes. Has made me slightly sick/uncomfortable a few times out of many times going here- enough to not really want to keep going.
ate there several times w no contamination and today nailed by gluten contamination
They offer gf noodles and have a menu where they share specifically what meals don't have gluten. Had the Pad Thai and it was Awesome! Full of flavor!
I have been twice the first time was great. my brother who has OCD makes it really had to eat at my house. so we out but now that I am gluten sensitive its been nearly impossible to get good food that can be safe for me and him. the second time I went was a little harder because the person who took my order was training and didn't know how to put in an allergy yet it took an extra 3 minutes and asking questions ."..of the sauce has flour so would you prefer cheese or no sauce at all?" and "did u order a regular or a small?" it was worth the first trip i just wish noodles and company could train about allergies first I'd this guy who is the second cook hadn't helped i would have paid for the wrong meal and gotten tomato's another allergy I have. I think I will go back just wanted you to know trainees are hit and miss
Make it clear that you have an allergy. Manager is knowledgable but general staff were not. Chicken is prepared on the same grill as crusted items that contain gluten. I stick to shrimp and the pad Thai and have been fine twice with that. I had a reaction first two times when I had chicken pad Thai.
How careful they are about your gluten free order really depends on how busy they are when you come in. If it's empty they are great and super careful, but if there are even a few other customers you might get sick. Their gluten free dishes are pretty good though!
It was very surprising to see that they have a very large choices of gluten free options. They even have a gluten free menu. I'll will go there very often now. The employee also said that they are changing many more soups and sauces to be gluten free. He told me that they just switched the tomato soup (which is awesome by the way) and Wisconsin Mac and Cheese just went gluten free (yum) needless to say I had both.
The only gf pasta choices are rice noodles and fusilli. I had the fusilli with pesto, roasted tomatoes & mushrooms. The staff was friendly, but not any real knowledge about how the food is prepared. She actually told me that I should talk to my doctor before eating there because then I would know what I could have... Hmmm. Brilliant idea. Long story short, the pasta was gummy and did not outweigh the risk of being glutened (potentially). We will not be going back. Ever.
Ordered Gluten free pasta option with Tuscan sauce option. Received wrong pasta that was not gluten free. Didnt notice til I got home unfortunately. We Called to speak to manager. She really didnt care to help me out. Kept insisting I ordered it wrong. Not sensitive to my situation, didnt care that I could have gotten sick. Will never be going back here because I will never trust the food.
The only item I trust is the Pad Thai because the entire entree is listed as gluten free. Substituting gluten free noodles in different entrees may not have gluten free sauces. Also some meat options that you can add may not be gluten free (an employee told me this, so I avoid meat as well) But I absolutely love the Pad Thai and visit often.
I'm severely gluten intolerant, but not celiac. The staff at this location thought that intolerant meant choice to be gluten free and made my Asian pasta with regular soy sauce. I assumed I didn't need to speak with the manager because I had heard how good Noodles and Company was with GF food.I had a reaction for the rest of the day. Every other location knows and makes my dish gluten free and no reaction. Lesson learned- do not go to this location unless you're celiac, and even then I'd very specific and speak directly to the manager.