They were very knowledgeable, their bagels are my favorite, are knowledgeable and will ask if it's an allergy. They have take home treats that are gluten free, highly recommend
I asked if the have a separate prep area and she reply, “we can’t guarantee that it will be gluten free.”
They have delicious Rudi’s bread. Seriously the best GF bread I’ve ever had. And they have pretty good Udi’s bagels. They ask if it’s an allergy and make sure to toast on a separate plate to not cross contaminate. They also have diff packaged GF treats at different locations. The Ithaca bakery in Triphammer has delicious muffins— tried both the chocolate chip and the banana bread. But only complaint is the price for GF is much higher then the normal prices (which are still pricy)
Poor selection of take-home treats and staff are not very knowledgeable of gluten free needs. Ask for gluten free products and they direct you to their abysmal selection of bland, dry GF baked goods from a third party vendor. On top of that, it’s $4 for a cookie that I could barely get down one bite of. As far as menu items, the sandwiches are your only option but make sure they will prepare it without using the same spaces for toasting and cutting other bread. Even then I’m not sure I could say this place is safe for celiacs.
We had a very nice lunch. I ordered a sandwich on gluten free bread after confirming that it would be prepared separately to avoid cross contamination. My sandwich was delicious. Safe for celiacs, just make sure to voice your concerns when ordering.
Not a good choice for Celiac sufferers. Udi's GF plain frozen bagels are toasted and prepped with regular bagels.
How dare you even market your gf bread? It's absolutely atrocious, hard as a rock, and overly sweet. You ought to be ashamed. Use Udi's like every other respectable deli or reformulate your recipe. It is awful.
Communicate your needs and you will get the best breakfast sandwich of your life. It's one of the few restaurants I will confidently eat out at.