They can make any sandwich gluten free which is great but they do make it in the same kitchen with assumably with the same utensils. I’m not sure that the kitchen staff really knows how to handle an allergy
Love the sandwich’s at city feed! Any sandwich can be requested gluten free, at no extra charge. They ask if it’s an allergy or a preference. If you say allergy they’ll make it in a separate area. Sandwiches consist of two sandwiches on Udis bread.
I love City Feed for their coffee and grocery items but they are not the best for a GF sandwich. You can order any sandwich as a salad, sans bread, which I think is the best choice as a celiac. I have been given a lecture by their staff before after trying to order a sandwich (they ask "is it an allergy or a preference?" when a customer asks for GF bread) because I told them it was an allergy. They basically told me I shouldn't order it because I will get sick. Well, then why are you even offering GF bread in the first place? For the people who think it's "trendy" and "healthy"? Misleading and discouraging for those of us with celiac.
Offers sandwiches on gf bread, sells gf snacks and baking mixes and desserts from local bakeries. Vegetarian friendly (their gf bread contains eggs).
They can't make any of their hot sandwiches gluten free. Other options are just meh.
Sandwiches are delicious, especially toasted. Bread is not dry at all! They have a separate area to avoid cross contamination & have always asked me. Service is slow, but the sandwich is worth it!
Painfully slow service. Nothing 100% gluten-free that's available as a sandwich and the staff has no interest in helping make this otherwise (at least the times that I've asked). Go across the street to Purple Cactus and eat faster, cheaper, and actually GF.
Ehh this place is OK. Service is really slow and I wish they had other types of gf bread for their sandwiches, like sandwich rolls or something.
City Feed rocks! I love to go here with my daughter for lunch. You can get any of their delicious sandwiches on Udi's bread, and they're always careful to ask about cross contamination issues. They also get baked goods from Glutinous Minimus and other GF bakeries.