I had their Brussels sandwich and it was really good!
Salads, quinoa bowls, omelettes, eggs, coffee, smoothies, etc
The soups here are great! My favorite is the kale lentil quinoa. Hard to find things both gluten free and vegetarian so this is perfect
They don’t tell you exactly what is and isn’t gluten free- a lot of their dressings are not! Chipotle lime one and yogurt poppy seed ones are for sure. Brown rice is and most of the grain bowls just have veggies so they are safe. Southwest grain bowl is one of the best salads I’ve ever had!
We had the farmhouse egg sandwich on GF bread it was excellent! They have a lot of options for GF salads, sides and lattes. Latte was excellent also. Seems like cross contamination would be an issue for those sensitive due to use of same surfaces and same toaster. We did not have an issue and enjoyed it.
I love this place for breakfast!! I get the Power BLT on a gluten free wrap. It's the perfect, sustainable breakfast. They use fresh, local ingredients which is nice as well. They don't use a separate counter, toaster oven or knife so celiacs just be aware.
Restaurant chain that serves fresh food. Lots of gluten free options like bagels, brownies or salads. Beware of cross contamination, the kitchen is small and open and the only have one baking plate. However, in our case the staff were very careful, putting on clean gloves, opening fresh creamcheese etc. We enjoyed our meals and did not experience any effects ourselves.
It seems like it's hit and miss here, depending on who is waiting on you. I ordered a GF bagel and the girl put it to toast in the same oven as the regular bagels. It's a rotating oven so crumbs were dropping from the other bagels. I told her I can't eat it and she was not happy. What? I asked someone else what I could have and they said anything on the menu. What? Completely lacking any knowledge or sanitation practices.
Avoid this place. I asked about a GF muffin being dairy free, was told by manager that it was. Took two bites on my train out of the city, 6th sense kicked in and told me to stop. Called the store and asked again, same answer (7th Ave). Called the one on Park, got totally different answer from the chef who handles all of that. Furious, and now sick and $15 lighter between that and a supposed GF/DF breakfast wrap. Rude counter help. Refused to make me a GF/DF Sandwich. Said only what was premade was available, that I could take the cheese off. They clearly have no idea what they are doing and all their advertising of GF/vegan/organic options are bogus.
Do NOT go there if you are a celiac. I've gotten sick every time I've tried to eat here. The last time I went I asked for a gluten free egg wrap. I always confirm that it is gluten free when they hand it to me, and the cook says oh, you wanted it gluten free. They proceeded to argue with me about whether or not I asked for it to be gluten free, and I told them I absolutely did because I get sick if I eat gluten. Then when I told them they had to remake the eggs they got very annoyed. Never again!
Very poor selection and NO attempt to prevent cross contamination. While standing there waiting to order an omelet I watched the server cut and wave bread right ON TOP of all the omelet ingredients. Bread crumbs went EVERYWHERE. Needless to say I went without breakfast...
This place was delicious for breakfast. GF was near regular items, so if contamination is an issue, then I would ask for something else. Had a delicious GF bagel (that was clearly not touching anything) with egg and cheese. They took my allergy seriously and did not cook with my families bread items. Also toasted with a protective wrapper and cut with different knife. Would recommend and return.
Menu reads like there are a lot of options but this place is ALL cross contamination. Asked if pancakes were cooked in a separate place. Immediately puts them on the griddle next to regular pancakes. Informed them it was gf for a medical reason. Told the cook knows and he grabbed a second spatula. Waited for prep, (looks nothing like the pictures). A few bites in and immediately sick. Farm fresh is great but way too expensive to claim gluten free.
They have 4 flavors of fresh GF bagels! Make sure you have them toast it on foil and use a clean knife and new cream cheese or they'll cross-contaminate. The flavor is good, but the texture has not been perfected. Still one of the best I've had, though. There are a bunch of other good looking options as well, but their GF muffin is nearly touching non-GF pastries.
This place has gf muffins that I haven't tried yet and amazing oatmeal, BUT the cheddar Bagelinos are the BEST. They are fresh made gluten free cheddar flavored bagels and I have had them with butter, cream cheese and as an egg and cheese sandwich (literally rocked my world!) so as far as non-frozen gf bagels go these get my top rating. They usually run out by 2pm, but not always.
Not celiac friendly. I spoke with the manager who said all the gluten free baked goods are shipped together with the flour goods. She was very sweet and honest. She offered to make an egg dish and have to cook be extra careful. I declined and had a Greek yogurt, gluten free pre-packaged bar, and a naked juice.
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