One of the few places I can eat easily and safely. They make their allergens clearly known and are happy to answer any questions. Avoid anything with the shoyu sauce, otherwise it’s all gluten free. They make their own broth on location the good old fashioned way. Choose from salad (green bowl), pasta or rice (grain bowl), or broth bowl. My kids love eating here.
Everything is gluten free (except an optional side of bread which is kept near the register away from the line). No danger of cross contamination! I had the tuna poke fire bowl and it was SPICY and delicious and felt very nourishing. Wish I could have tried everything on the menu! It felt like a Panera, but for Celiacs!
Great place for gluten free food. The options are well labeled, well priced, delicious, and extremely healthy. I eat there at here at least once per week, and have never gotten sick. The only thing to be careful of are their hours closing at 9p.m.
I always feel safe eating here! Their salads are super yummy and full of flavor. The only gluten they have is at the end of the line when you check out. A piece of bread, I always opt out. It’s in its own container. I’ve never been contaminated and look forward to lunches or dinners here.
Oh my gosh basically the whole restaurant is gluten free!!! First time after being diagnosed with celiac where I could eat anything on the menu. The one exception is the bread isn’t GF, and like 2 minor menu items have cross contamination with gluten. Their online menu (I ordered online so I’m not sure if this is listed in the store as well) had a list of allergens and stated whether their products had that item and even cross contamination to it, I was so impressed how thorough and serious they take food allergies. I felt very safe eating there, had no reactions, and the food was DELICIOUS!
Excellent offerings with the menu clearly marked. It’s easy to eat here according to my dietary needs! The food is delicious and of high quality, too.
The only gluten in the restaurant is the bread in the bread box at the end of the line. Simply refuse the bread and I was told everything else is safe for Celiacs. I have eaten their soups, salads and grain bowls numerous times without any issues.
Everything here (except the optional bread at the end which is contained inside a plastic container) is gluten free! I got the ginger tofu quinoa bowl (can’t remember exact name). It had raw kale, shredded carrots and beets, a scoop of quinoa, cooked tofu chunks, and I declined the sriracha and just had the chili lime dressing. It was good though I might ask for another quinoa scoop next time. I also got a side of baked/roasted sweet potato chunks, which were warm and delicious with a dusting of cinnamon. I look forward to returning and trying something else!
Entire menu is GF! Staff also can allergy’s very seriously, calling ‘A-Players’ to the line so special make your meal from start to finish . Best GF noodles, try the spicy Thai. Homemade desssings and soups to die for
ate lunch at the new corelife eatery in camp Hill. dedicated gluten-free facility. my food was wonderful in the beet lemonade was fabulous.I will always be comfortable going into this restaurant and eating because it's all gluten free. I even had a falafel and it was gluten free.
I told the server I was celiac and she changed gloves immediately, I didn’t even need to ask. Manager told me no gluten in the whole restaurant. Food was good. Very fresh and tasty.
Everything is gluten free except the bread at the end. The staff is knowledgeable. I feel very safe there.
Love this place! I typically order the small spicy thai chicken and rice noodle bowl, which is plenty to fill me up and it’s amazing. Pretty much everything on the menu is gluten free, so I don’t feel worried about cross contamination. The only disappointing thing about this restaurant is that each meal comes with a small piece of bread that isn’t gluten free, so I typically just skip it. The bread, however, doesn’t stop me from going. I even picked this place for my birthday dinner one year! If you haven’t tried this place already, please try it out.
Probably one of my fav places to eat in the area, delicious and everything but the bread (which is at the very end of the line in plastic drawers) is gf. I normally get bowls or salads, they let you make substitutes or build your own. Their lemonades and teas are really good, too.
July 19, 2019- lunch. Amazing place to eat GF. All sauces and dressings are GF and all meals are GF if you don't ask for the bread that is at the register. This is a great place to eat quality food that is GF.
All items are gluten free (even the soy sauce) except optional packaged slices of bread kept near the cash register. Menu items are marked if there is a possibility of cross contamination (eg, the tuna poke).