They will do any sandwich in a gfree wrap instead of bread or bun. The wrap was not very good at all. They don't have a separate prep area. I'm not celiac or extra sensitive so I was fine, but this place is not for celiacs.
Called to confirm and I was told that they don’t have gluten free options, except for salad. My kids don’t eat salad. I wanted an app that would help me find restaurant to eat at that are gluten free- EVERY normal restaurant has a salad on the menu.... so not helpful!
I can’t rate the food because I couldn’t eat it. My husband says the food was “perfectly good for a diner”. They said their GF food was “gluten friendly” because everything is made together, and it’s a bakery. So, safe if you are not sensitive but not celiac or allergy safe. If you are this close I would just go to Mariposa if you are sensitive.
Corner Bakery foothills Dr... the worst. No respect for people who order to go. Then when u get ur order of soup, there is no spoon. If you paid for extra rolls, there is no bread. The worst of all is that if u r the only person who ordered 1 item to go . they will take care of every person who comes in who is staying before you will get your order . Although I am only 1, I hope that many" single order" people orders will add up to enough to either change the management or close the place down!!!!!
There "gluten free bread" is a wrap, it is the worst wrap I have ever tasted in my life. If I were to describe how it tasted I would say that it tasted like turkey wrapped in play-do.. just awful, don't eat here. I paid almost ten dollars to eat play-do, the best part was the pickle they gave me on the side. I'm not a picky person, but they would have to pay me at least two hundred dollars to eat that wrap again!
My twin and I were both told different things about what was gluten free by two different workers who clearly had no idea. Then after specifically ordering gluten free meals both mine and my twin's salads were brought out with rolls on the salads. The whole experience was very uncomfortable and the staff seemed annoyed that we were even asking.
I have gone to other Corner Bakery locations without a problem. I went to this location at the Promenade yesterday and it was a nightmare. I asked the person at the counter if they had a gf menu or allergy list. She said no but they have gf wraps they can make any of the sandwiches with. So I asked which sandwich meats were gf. She said "the only gf thing we have is the wraps" so I asked what goes in them and she was confused. Again I asked if they had an allergen list. She pulled out a book and proceeded to read a list of "gf items." It sounded weird because she was listing croutons. I asked if I could see it. She was listing every item where there was a check for "contains gluten" as the ones that were gluten free. I spoke to the manager and he did not seem much clearer on it. If this was an anaphylactic allergy, they could have killed someome...
Would give zero stars. While they do have an allergy list on their website, I wouldn't recommend if you have celiac. I opted not to eat with my party. Seems the staff doesn't care if you have celiac or an allergy at this location. Eat at your own risk.
So, very recently ate here with my kids. Very little in the way of options for me (Celiac with a dairy allergy too). I got the only thing I could which was a flat-bread style sandwich. I ended up having the most meat in my sandwich of the 4 of us. And I'm usually the vegetarian. But that option was practically nil as well. Okay pricing for this area and typical. About $9/person for sandwich and tiny soup. Thin sandwiches for all 3 kids. (we were all hungry about an hour later) Only dairy or gluten soups available, no options without GF/DF. No desserts were GF nor DF. Lack of a substantial sandwich will not bring us there again, although they tasted good, the value wasn't there, honestly.
They do not have gluten free option any more except for breakfast
My daughter had scrambled eggs with bacon and GF bread which she thoroughly enjoyed. The person who took our order was Gluten aware. I was a bit nervous about cross contamination, but she experienced no Gluten reactions and she is super sensitive. The only GF bakery option was bread.
My food came out covered in breadcrumbs and my husband's omelette was way undercooked. Sent it back, respecified gluten free, and got a new scrambler for me and it still came back with toast on the plate. I tried to remove all the crumbs. In the end I got really sick.... Like the sickest I've been in years.... and my husband (who is not celiac) didn't enjoy it either.