I took a 10 yr old that has Celiac to the one on Hanes Mall Blvd. They have a GF menu but when I asked about the prep, the manager told me that there is no way they can say GF. It is made on the same surfaces and next to all the regular breads. If you are simply eating GF by choice then ok but for gluten allergy / stay away!
I'm gluten intolerant. But it's nice that they took the time to make sure I was taken care of. There isn't many restaurants that are that considerate. I'm definitely going to keep going there.
They offer "gluten free" but I would call it gluten friendly. If your choice is to eat gf, you may try to eat at the WS Jason's. If you get sick, stay away. There is bread flying everywhere and there is no way to keep anything truly gf...
I recently found out that I have Celiacs, so I've been very cautious about what and where I eat. This is the only place I have been thus far, and I will have to say I am very pleased. They do have a gluten free menu, including gluten free bread, and go far beyond to make sure you are taken care of. The manager himself saw to it that my food was prepared correctly and that no cross contamination occured. My sandwich was made separately and put into a box, my soup was put into a sealed container, and he opened a fresh bag of chips to serve me out of. I've eaten there twice and haven't noticed any real problems.
NOT celiac safe!
Love buying gf bread here the loafs are larger then in the grocery store.
excellent sandwich place wide variety of sandwich good gluten free bread and they toast bread in separate toaster
There is no gluten free bread at this location
I went to Jason’s deli hoping for some good gf options. I heard they had gf chicken nuggets but when my husband asked if they made it in a separate Frier they said no. But they hv a gf baked potato and gf grilled cheese, not the best food I’ve ever had but not horrible. They also hv a rack of gf snickerdoodles by a gif company, udis that was pretty good. I did not hv any reactions or feel sick afterwards. So this place is ok, but staff isn’t very knowledgeable about celiac. And food may hv cross contamination. You’ve been warned...
Menu lists gluten free options, but not enough precautions for cross contamination. Sick for a week after eating here.
Enjoyed a salad with tasty greens. Unfortunately either the dressing or cross contamination ended my joy several hours later. Gluten strikes. Was hoping 🙁
The girl taking orders did not even know they had a separate menu for gluten-sensitive. I read it on their regular menu and made her find it for me. I ordered the big chef salad. By the time lunch was over my belly was burning. I am very sensitive and took my risks eating here since they don't pretend to be safe for Celiacs... But I've eaten here without any issues many times previously. Once home I had very bad stomach issues and then took a the hour nap. I never nap, but exhaustion is one of my gluten reactions. Very sad. This used to be one of my favorite go-to places.
I'm not celiac, but was glad for a quick to go option in downtown. Only GF options were salads.
Love the grilled cheese and never get sick.
They flag gluten friendly meals with purple and change gloves. However I’ve gotten sick many times with a variety of the meal options. Good for gluten sensitivity but not celiac.
Jason's Deli has a protocol in place for what they call "gluten sensitive" customers. My son has ordered a sandwich with gluten free bread and they have a separate area where they prepare such meals. The mayo they used was a packet so no cross contact issue. They do a glove change as well. This time my son got the gf chicken nuggets. I asked and they informed me they cook these on their own tray (which has been cleaned prior), so minimizes cross contact. His carrots, dip, and gf nuggets came on their own tray in individual containers with lids. They do put a sticker on each lid stating in so many words they can not guarantee no cross contact, but of course they can't because this isn't a dedicated gf facility. I feel my son is safe with the protocols they have in place. And their food is delicious!
I always get a turkey sandwich with tomato, lettuce and avocado. I also get chips and a gf cookie if they have it. Love it. I was cautious at first because it seems cross contamination would be an issue there but I never had any issue with illness after eating there.
I eat here frequently. The salad bar has lots of options & they have Udis bread and cookies. They always put my sandwich in a box. I love the veggie soup. They put it in a bowl with a lid too. Yummy bagged kettle chips & fruit too.
They do offer gf food however you need to make sure that your order is marked for an allergy. And be sure your gf sandwich is prepared in a box marked allergy rather than on the common board. The manager fixed my sandwich so I didn’t have a problem.
This place is fantastic! Great gluten free options marked on the main menu. Gluten free bread. Sandwiches are served in a separate container. Huge potatoes, great salads and Udi's cookies! They do have a salad bar too but we dont risk those type situations. Not sure on how Celiac friendly they are but my husband has never got sick.
Went with my very sensitive celiac daughter on a weekday evening. Talked to the manager (Ryan). She wanted a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, so he offered to bring out fresh pb and jelly from the back (likely cross contaminated in the line otherwise). He made our meals personally. Tasted good and she did not get sick.
Gluten free bread. Yummy sandwich. I am Celiac and felt good about the sandwich and precautions they take.
I had my first ever Jason's turkey sandwich on gf bread. It was at an event at my church, so I didn't see how it was prepared. However, I read they have a dedicated area for gf preparations. The bread was moist and flavourful, and there was ample meat on the sandwich. Bonus...there was a sealed Udi's cookie. It was a very nice surprise for me as I expected to sit out lunch while everyone else ate (as usual).
CC nightmare. I ordered a turkey (just the meat) on udis sandwich bread. The cook came out to tell me he couldn’t guarantee my food would be safe but he would change his gloves and make it off to the side. there was a warning label on the outside of the box saying “good for gluten intolerant people not for celiacs” there was some sort of parsley or something just around wheeler he cut the sandwich so I figure he used a dirty knife and I’m going to get sick. I was really worried but over an hour away from home and my blood sugar was getting super low.
It's hit or miss for me. They have a "gluten sensitive" menu, and they're supposed to prep the GF orders in a different room and use take-out dishes, but probably every other time I go I request that an allergy alert be put on my order and they either don't hear me or they ignore it, since I usually order a baked potato that's GF without any modifications. That said, when they do it right, I get a good meal that doesn't make me sick, and they have free ice cream. Is it celiac friendly? Kind of I guess?
I have ordered twice from this location. I prefer to order online and add detailed notes to ensure the person who prepares the food is very careful. There is also an option to add an “allergy alert”. The first time I ordered I was fine. The second time I got glutened. There are definitely inconsistencies with preparation and there were problems with cross contamination.
I ate there and had a gluten free salad. Symptoms hit halfway through eatting it and got worse throughout the day. Bad reaction...bad enough to never try this again. I tried eatting at another location (in the woodlands) and only had alight issues to the point I wasnt sure if it was the food. Next day I tried it again, but in Humble....and was horrible....has to of been cross contamination. Maybe if you go, watch them make your food and make sure they change gloves before hand.
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