I got a gf baguette sandwich with prosciutto and truffled goat cheese on it. It was amazing! Really good bread. They changed their gloves but almost started spreading the cheese from a shared spreader onto my gf sandwich. I quickly intervened and asked that they get a new spread and knife, which they did, but be careful. I thought the sandwich was a pretty good size, others might not. Either way it’s a really great option to have and I wouldn’t discount them for this. The gf bread was amazing.
Sandwich is tasty but TINY. And there’s a GF upcharge, of course. Over $12 for a half-sandwich and a side salad. No drink. Staff changed gloves and took precaution. Efforts are appreciated but won’t be back. Cost is far outweighing quantity. When you see others receiving bigger “regular” sandwiches and you’ve paid the upcharge, it just feels like you got ripped off.
I gave this restaurant to try as the idea of a gluten-free baguette sandwich sounded very tasty. I was sadly disappointed. The bread was very dry, crumbly, lacking flavor and fell apart while eating the sandwich. I also had the tomato Basil bisque. This also lacked the seasoning of a traditional tomato basil. Biggest problem that I had with the soup was the fact that in spite of me ordering gluten-free they still put their house made croutons in it, thus making the soup in edible for me. I did like the fresh, organic sandwich ingredients that they used. A little tweaking to the bread recipe is needed in order to make this a true tasty sandwich.
The staff was knowledgeable and had specific knives and sauces that had not touched anything else. They also changed their gloves and had a lot of options.
Ambience is on point. Staff is friendly. Food is good...I malabsorb fructose and eat low-FODMAP (which means I am a gluten-free water by default)...I ordered a chicken sandwich sans bread, it was very good. Couldn't have their gluten-free bread because they have a few ingredients that I can't eat it -- xanthan gum and honey, chief amongst them -- but I'm sure most g-free eaters would handle their bread just fine.
The place is worthwhile, imo. I love their commitment to sustainability, and the food tastes good, even with not having everything in the sandwich most ppl choose to eat.
I soo wanted to love this place. All of their sandwiches are available on a gluten free "baguette," everyone on the line changed their gloves with no complaint, they use grass fed beef and wild caught salmon, they have kettle-cooked chips, everything is organic, they have a nice selection of organic and non-HFCS drinks and you get to pick a piece of chocolate at the cashier. But alas, Hannah's Bretzel turned out to be a huge disappointment.
I ordered the grass fed sirloin with gruyere cheese, carmelized onions, horseradish, lettuce and tomato with salt and pepper chips and a bottle of Lorina's pink lemonade, all of which came to just under $15.
The gluten free "baguette" is much more like a sub roll. It's just okay - if it was filled with delicious ingredients it would have been fine for delivering a sandwich experience but its not something I would eat on its own or anything and was pretty bland.
As for the fillings - the carmelized onions were WAY too sweet and there were way too many of them. They were the only thing I could taste.
About half way through I gave up and pulled apart the sandwich to check out the ingredients. The gruyere was really mild - barely tasted anything when I ate it alone. The beef was very mild in flavor as well. I saw what looked like horseradish on the bread and meat, but didn't taste even a hint of horseradish anywhere. There was no sign of any kind of seasoning on the meat. Finally, I feel like a beef and cheese sandwich like this would benefit from being served warm.
Oh, the salt and pepper chips were toooo peppery. The piece of chocolate and bottle of lemonade were the best parts of the meal.
Great experience here. I explained that I’m very sensitive and the manager made my sandwich with ingredients from the back. My food was delicious—I had the porchetta verde, which is seasonal. The salt and pepper chips were also awesome.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
When I walked in, the employee grabbed the regular pretzel bread to get me started. I told him I want staying with that, I'm gluten free and it's an allergy. He changed gloves, got a new piece of paper and the gf bread. It looked a little overcooked but tasted great! I was really glad to have a pretzel taste that was gluten free! There's a choice between chips or almonds. They have Justin's cups as a dessert option and I think there were also chocolates.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
The GF bretzel bun was AMAZING! Tastes practically the same as a regular pretzel bun. GF chips are also included in your order! A little pricey but they try their best with CC and you really can’t put a price on an authentic tasting GF pretzel bun
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I had the same excellent service as mentioned by reviewer Mandy. When I ordered GF the food preparer asked if I would like him to change his gloves and the next preparer also changed her gloves. The GF roll is very good - not at all dry and crumbly. Fresh ingredients. Friendly service. Thanks!