The cashier was very knowledgeable and was the one who waited on me. She changed gloves and went over what would be the safest for me to eat. There were a few items marked gluten free on the menu. It was good to have somewhere to eat besides bring my own food.
They take your order then make it themselves. The menu is marked with gf’s. Staff seemed knowledgeable, I would recommend as #1 in airport.
One of the best places I’ve ever eaten at! The cashier assured me that they take great precautions and she even left the register to make my food herself. I got a bowl and she changed her gloves and got new spoons and even opened up a new thing of guacamole for me. So impressed!
Made a salad with tuna salad tight in front of me. Incredibly friendly and helpful. I would recommend going here to anyone with celiac.
They have a few gf options. I like that because there are not many choices in the airport.
much glove changing, but no other evidence of understanding cross contamination. I had to ask for a redo because my food went into the burrito steamer with no cover. Then it was very salty. if I have to eat at Logan again, I'll go to legal seafood before heading way out into terminal A.
Decent. Had the breakfast bowl but it seems like there are very few GF options for lunch. At least it's an option though. This restaurant is tucked away behind a corner just above the exit to baggage claim. Took me a minute to find it.
Good, fast burrito bowl. I added chicken to the Cancun bowl for a good meal.
Fast, cheap, convenient. Gluten free menu posted on the wall.
Gluten free menu posted at the counter. They made me an awesome fresh salad. Generous portions of fresh ingredients.
Very tasty, GF teriyaki sauce and plenty of vegetarian options. Staff was informed as to safe procedures, so I felt safe trying out the stirfry. :3 If I have a reaction later I'll update, but they have a policy in place of swapping for a scrubbed and sanitized pan from the back kitchen, so I'm feeling hopeful :)
Unfortunately they are not as GF friendly as their website may lead you to believe. Their website lists a few different sauces you can get for their stir fry dishes plus mutiple soups and salads you can get but once in the store it is a much different story. They have a separate menu taped to the counter that really only lists there salads. They had no GF soups and the only stir fry sauce that was GF was their Cactus sauce which will burn your lips off your face due to the spiciness! They did make me a buritto in a bowl but it consisted of jasmine white rice, some black beans, salsa and cheese. Even their sour cream is mixed with something so it is not GF. Maybe I will try then again once they actually offer a GF menu.