You would think you would be able to grab a sushi roll, or salad without wheat, but that's not the case. It's almost impossible to find easy grab items for a snack or lunch. People are super careless with the salad bar and the ingredients aren't listed for the dressings.
Yes, there are gf grocery items in the store, but very little in the restaurant. I had to make do with a smoothie while the non gf people with me got to eat actual food.
I get by here, but all their gf stuff has icky gums in it. I say NO to gummy tummy!
Love this place. They have a whole aisle for gluten free items (aisle 9, along one side) and if you ask a Foodie about gluten free items they will be able to help you out. There's also gluten free cupcakes and cake (not in the bakery). I don't even try to eat anything out of the Chef's Case because it's contaminated. It sure looks good though!
I was told by several cashiers at Central Market Café that if I have Celiac I should eat nothing there - not even the salad!!
They have a decent grocery selection of GF items here including frozen stuff that is hard to find. They have a large bakery and prepared foods section in which nothing is safe to eat for a Celiac. They have a line of "Low Gluten Diet" Items that are NOT SAFE FOR CELIACS, they basically take GF mixes and make them in a regular bakery so they are very contaminated. Saddens me to see the GF diet not taken seriously, but they do have some grocery items that are beneficial, and very nice meat and produce. Lastly, they are pricey here, so not for a budget shopper.
I like Central Market for buying groceries, but their cafe is lacking! We ate there today and when i asked if their fries were battered the girl told me she didn't know because they come frozen. No offer to find out. I thought this place is suppose to be gourmet, yet the food is sub-par and they serve frozen fries!!! The only yummy thing on the menu is pizza, too bad it's not gluten free.
Lots of options!