A solid 4 star experience and meal. I came looking for a gluten free corned beef sandwich on a rainy day and the sandwich itself was very good, lots of meat, good quality gluten free bread that did not fall apart even with hot filling, and fast service. As others have mentioned you get two gluten free sandwiches due to the bread size. They seemed knowledgeable about cross contamination practices and have signs about gluten free sides (or non gf ones) and the person making my sandwich knew which were gluten free or not as well. I asked for chips with the meal and the only option was a mini sized bag of Lays, which was a bit odd. The restaurant itself was off-putting as there were handwritten paper signs taped to the front door and cashier stand with misspelled words that looked like they’d been there for months, and the tables and booths seemed to have a layer of grease stuck on them. So it needs some TLC inside, and the employees were loudly complaining about a recent management change so maybe something will change soon. But I appreciate the good food and safe handling practices for gluten allergies!
I wouldn’t even give them one star. Not a very knowledgeable staff about cross contamination. Had GF bread, but used that same utensils on gf bread as they used for regular bread. I then went to another place to eat.
Located at B88, they can make any of their sandwiches gf for an additional $2. I got an Italian "sub" for $17 with Udis sandwich bread. A little overpriced but very filling. Etais is more tasty but this is more filling then Etais. Also had many $8 smoothies and other options... would recommend.
They offer gluten free bread, but it's really hit or miss on how knowledgeable the staff is about gluten allergies. Sometimes they are awesome and sometimes I have to repeatedly insist they not put the gluten free bread on the counter where they prepare all the other sandwiches.