Had HUGE reaction to the tomato basil soup which was labeled GF. had carrots instead of bread with it. Had not been to this chain in years and now will not go back.
The staff didn’t know much about GF. They claimed to have GF bread when we arrived but after we ordered we were told they were out. They tried to help and were nice but the options were limited.
For breakfast I was pleased to see a GF egg white cup option.
Good gluten free soups and salads but that's about it. You have to be careful with cross contamination here as the staff usually doesn't know about gluten free here.
It says next to the item on the menu what is gluten free so its easy. I had a pretty good salad. I'll be going back again
Similar to a Corner Bakery but for build your own lunch. The menu displays GF and V accordingly next to safe items. There is an extensive menu for reg folk and are two GF soup choices and a few GF salad choices. GF chip choices are at the register.
The tomato basil soup was good. I'd give it more stars if there was some sort of GF bread option.
The guy working the counter had no clue what was gluten free or not. The menu says it, it's just not a lot of stuff. Salad was skimpy. The tomato soup was amazing. However this still tried to Hand me bread.
There are a few salads on the menu.
The place is a flatbread pizza, samwitch and salad place. no gluten free bread makes it a salad place. Food was not perpared carefully risk for cross cam is high. The salad was very good and i did not have signs of exspouse. felt lucky
Gluten-free options marked on the regular menu. When ordering, I told the cashier I had a gluten allergy and needed the gluten free option. Then he asked me if I wanted white or wheat bread, but listened attentively as I explained gluten. So, double check that 'gluten free' flashes across the order screen. The food came out fine, and I felt healthy afterwards.