Edit: I get varying responses from staff on what is and isn't safe, so I must have just gotten lucky the first time. Food is decent--some dishes are definitely better than others. Gets REALLY busy for lunch, so definitely consider ordering in advance.
This is just an okay option. They offer GF breads for sandwiches. However, things that are fried in shared oil with breaded items are listed as GF. They only told me these aren't actually gluten free when I pressed them to tell me what else was in the oil. When my food came, they had forgotten to substitute the side and it came with items fried in shared oil. Overall, I didn't get the impression that they treat celiac with much caution