No GF options at this one
No GF options like most Jasons Deli
I love Jason's deli, but was highly disappointed by this location. First off, I was looking forward to landing in Dallas and going straight to Jason's for a gluten free sandwich. My connection fight from St Louis was supposed to land in Dallas at 4pm. But it was delayed (thanks to the airline giving our plane away to a different flight with mechanical issues!!). So we did not land until 9pm in Dallas. St Louis airport had zero GF options except for raw almonds at the gift shop. As soon as I got off the plane in Dallas, headed straight to Jason's. It was about 9:10. Asked the lady at the counter for a gluten free sandwich, and she told me "sorry, we just closed". Didn't say anything else. People were still making food behind the counter. Are you kidding? Told her I didn't get lunch OR dinner today, due to crappy choices in St Louis airport, and delayed flight. Didn't seem to phase this chick. So on my departure flight two days later, headed again to Jason's, for lunch. It was 11am. After asking for a gluten free sandwich, the lady at the counter said "sorry, we don't have gluten free bread at this location". Wow. So yet another traveling day with no food options, since Jason's was my only hope. Totally let down by them. Only safe and healthy option was a small fruit cup at a ridiculous price. Just for the heck of it, I asked the lady what time they close at night. She said that closing time "just depends". Depends on when the last flight is. She said it could be 9:00, could be 10:00. That pissed me off even more, since the people on this flight were already royally screwed over by the 5 hour delay. (I missed a business dinner, and I heard another business traveler say she completely missed the whole reason for her business trip to Dallas...needed to be there in the afternoon, but we didn't arrive til way after that event was done.) I really really hope the airline doesn't screw up again for my connection in St Louis. If so, I'll be starving just as much today as I did on my inbound flight. Fun, fun, fun being a Celiac and traveling. Nuts and fruit snacks in my carry on bag only sustain for so long...
Jason's Deli at airport has no gluten free options
no gluten free menu at the airport :(
Jasons is usually a great choice, but this one does not do GF like most. Okay for drinks and maybe fruit cups, but that's about it.
Nice people but only one GF option---soup. Not worth the stop.
O stars!! I was told they had nothing GF by all 3 employees very rudely. They do display vegetarian- which unlike gluten is very obvious. Very disappointed in Jason's Deli.
In airport, at stand in middle of concourse...Jason's deli salads. The nutty mixed up salad is gf and great! Not labeled gf, but it is on the gf list at the regular restaurant.
Not bad. A few gluten free options but not many. The girl who took our order was very lazy and acted like she didnt care. I had to tell her multiple times I cant afford a mistake and when my food came it came with a GF note that noted that it was GF. But for Celiacs ABSOLUTELY NOT! They told me that if you are Celiac or have a very high cross contamination issue they wouldn't reccamend it because all the food was prepared in the same kitchen and same surface. I didnt get sick here but I DONT think I will be returning because of careless people working there.
Do not trust this location for Celiac-safe prep. I drove 20 min off route to get my daughter soup & a grilled sandwich & the order was cross contaminated. Servers were dismissive of my concerns & stickers on food containers released them of all responsibility to try the few precautions it would take to be Celiac safe. They even put many bags of saltine crackers in with the order. 😡I’ve had great experiences getting Celiac-safe food at other Jason’s locations. I will never return to this location.
Spoke with mgr Alex over phone to order lunch to be delivered to off-site mtg the next day. He understood the importance of avoiding cross-contamination for my food and assured me of their processes. Ate the Papa Verde sweet potato and cup of vegetable soup I’d ordered the next day at lunch. Felt fine when headed home, so called to thank Alex. He told me he had personally attended to seeing my Food was prepared in safety. Wish I lived closer to this restaurant bc they make me feel safe abt eating there even though not a dedicated gluten-free facility.
Always very careful with my food: have never had a problem here. Is cross-contamination possible? Yes. I would know as I have a serious contact allergy to wheat, but the salad bar is dangerous and asking for trouble. Staff are well-trained and food direct from the kitchen is very well-controlled as are catered items.
I have always enjoyed eating here and felt safe, but not anymore. I went to this Jason's Deli about a week ago and ordered a sandwich on gluten free bread and specified a gluten allergy. They took none of the normal precautions that I had seen previously. The person making my sandwich did not change gloves, he threw my bread down on the toaster belt without a tray then put it directly onto the board that they make all of the other sandwiches on and used all of the same utensils. I spoke to the manager and he remade my sandwich properly, but unless I stand there and watch them prepare my food I can no longer trust them unfortunately.
This used to be my go to restaurant. Lately, in the past 12 months, I’ve wondered if the employees understand Gf. I’ve gotten sick a few times but I can’t quite figure out if it’s gluten as I also have other allergies. The staff doesn’t communicate well. Proceed with caution.
Gluten free menu. Food is good
Has been hit or miss. Ordering online gives the option of asking for staff to change gloves. When I ordered in the restaurant I asked if something was gluten free and met with two I don't knows.
Staff was nice and knowledgeable. They were more than happy to answer questions and knew the answers, which made us feel comfortable. Made my daughters sandwich separate and gave her separate gf chips in their own bag. She did not get sick and she has celiac and is sensitive to cc.
The food was good, but I started feeling sick before we left and was told when asked, that they are only gluten sensitive and can not guarantee CC.
Gluten free bread offered, but no dedicated toaster, knife or cutting board, so cross-contamination likely. The notice they put on their gluten free sandwich containers states that they do not recommend it for people with celiac disease. Wish they’d go the extra mile and have dedicated equipment.
Healthy food fast - and gluten free options...what more couple you want? This is a Deli - so first you order, and they bring it to your table pretty quickly. It’s nice have a place I can get a (half or whole sandwich) on delicious gluten free bread. We usually get the managers special - half sandwich, one-trip salad bar, chips and free ice cream for $8.69. I am very sensitive to gluten and never had an issue in my two visits. Other popular options are pizza and there many soups.
We have taken our whole family here, even in times that were really busy. They have always done an amazing job. Our GF meals come out all wrapped up, and have always been safe for us. Plus the food tastes great! Amazing sandwiches and salads. The kids love the free self-serve ice cream, which is also GF and you can put in a cup. A nice treat for kids who can eat dairy but not gluten.
Potato and salad ok. Staff told me that they toast sandwich bread in a shared toaster.
An option but take precautions! There are gluten free options but the restaurant has an official statement denoting it’s not celiac friendly due to cross contamination risks. Out of need for food, I did eat there after talking with the staff. The restaurant wasn’t busy and my meal was prepared under the gluten free preparations procedures. My meal arrived in a close container as well. I did not get sick. Gluten free bread was available. Other gf options included salads and baked potatoes. Sides include chips and which are prepackaged (not prepared on site) and certified gluten free.
DO NOT EAT HERE IF YOU HAVE CELIAC. Absolutely terrible about cross contamination at this location.
Same great options as all JD. GF bread, salads, potatoes, & dessert
My son was glutened at this location. It's a shame, because online ordering provides an option to request a glove change and the "gluten sensitive" menu includes many options. They offer an Udi's prepackaged snickerdoodle. Although I ordered a cup of soup online with the glove change request from the "gluten sensitive" menu, two prepackaged saltine crackers were included with it. I wasn't worried about that, because they were wrapped, but it just shows the lack of care.
Love Jason's Deli salad bar, chicken salad, etc.
I did not eat here because the staff told me if I was really celiac this was not a safe place to eat.
Separate gluten free menu, food comes out in separate container to avoid CC. Udi bread for sandwiches. Definitely worth it.
Have always had great service here. They are very knowledgeable about their menu and have a separate Gluten Free menu that has at least 1 kind of everything (I think they actually have 2 soups). My gluten Free kid loves the Gluten Free chicken nuggets and grilled cheese.
They had a gluten free menu and even gluten free bread. They did the usual "we are not a GF kitchen so there may be cross contamination" spiel but I had a baked potato with no problem. They had several soup options and a good looking salad bar that I did not try. They had a great Udis snickerdoodle cookie( individually wrapped and sealed). It's nice to have somewhere to go in Lake Charles, the GF options are slim in that town!
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