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I have missed eating subs for so long! I’m so happy I found out they have gluten free subs here and the staff right away changed their gloves and was careful about cross contamination without me even asking! I’m so happy I can eat delicious subs again (and I didn’t get sick)
Offers Udis bread. Will ask if gluten free is for allergy or preference. Allergy they make one dedicated clean space.
LOVE this place! I have Celiac Disease and they are very aware of cross contamination and very knowledgeable of what is safe on their menu. They will clean down all equipment and prepare it separately if need be! They also just started carrying an Udi's snickerdoodle cookie!!!
Hands washed, new gloves. Slicer was cleaned, sandwich was prepared on a mew paper, then wrapped in another fresh paper.....and they have gf cookies. So happy to have a sub again!
Not enough room to make gluten free and regular sandwiches at the same time. I bought 3 giant sandwiches for the week, ended up sick on days I ate those, no problems on days I didn't. Don't go if it's busy, they can't pay attention to your order.
Highly recommend the Jersey Mike’s in Heath Ohio. They go above and beyond to wipe everything down, get clean utensils, and change out condiments before preparing a delicious GF sub. They serve a gluten free bun that tastes good. It is Udi’s brand that comes individually fresh and sealed. All workers, and owner, are accommodating to any of my celiac needs. They are knowledgeable and KNOW which condiments are GF. I eat there at least 2 times a week. The price of the bin is a few dollars more, but well worth it...I can finally eat a sub and enjoy it without the fear of getting contamination. They also have a variety of GF soft cookies, also from Udis’s.
They’re really as careful as they can be for a place with so much bread around. The Udis bread they use isn’t fantastic, but it’s sure nice to be able to Hager a regular sub. I think it’s a $2 up charge for gluten free. They change gloves and seem to be careful.
Some staff are knowledgable but the cook doesn’t care one bit. He used the dedicated GF knife for my bread but then once everything was cooked, he carelessly switched over to the regular knife to cut the sandwich into 4 parts. When I told him I couldn’t eat it, he got very offended and the other staff members wouldn’t even look at me. He redid the sandwich and then the same problem occurred. He recognized his error and unhappily made the next sandwich the right way. Unfortunately I still got sick anyway. I’ve heard other locations are great but this one definitely isn’t. Training probably wouldn’t help as I just don’t think they care that much about what they are doing.
Excellent stop! We are severely intolerant and have trouble finding quick stops when traveling. Jersey Mike’s will be on our list now! Excellent sandwiches- best I’ve had in ages. They even cleaned the meat slicer prior to slicing the meat for our sandwiches. They also had prepackaged Udi’s cookies. The staff was knowledgeable and helpful, and made sure to ask if we were celiac.
Delicious subs, and haven’t had any cross-contamination issues for my wife with CD after many regular visits. While the staff are always friendly, sometimes it feels like you have to time your order well so other customers don’t get irritated with the wait.
The person taking my order for a sandwich on gluten-free bread mentioned that they would make it in back, so I quickly told him that I wasn’t celiac and it wasn’t necessary to prepare it differently. He responded that they had to follow protocol which included changing gloves, etc.
The first time I ate here, I got sick. Normally, I would never return but over the next two months my husband went there again and again. They were so diligent, my sandwich was made on a separate tray, in a separate area, how did it get contaminated??? I eventually realised the problem. THEY CLEANED THE MEAT SLICER, though no gluten items are ever cut on it. But they cleaned it with the cloth they use to wipe up the breadcrumbs. Argh, the anti-contamination measures don't work if they contaminate the equipment that wasn't previously contaminated immediately before slicing the meat. The second time, I asked them not to wipe the meat slicer (then my husband made them nervous by yelling at them about it) and although they lifted a gluten sandwich over mine several times as I dilligently watched for falling crumbs. A gluten free pretender had had ordered in the group before me and they were trying to complete the gluten portion of that order causing the young person behind the counter to disregard their protocols. I didn't get sick the second time but i also haven't been back. The sandwich is really good and if it weren't for drama loving gluten-free pretenders I think they'd be educated by the celiac community quickly. I may try again but this is definitely a place where you need to watch them closely and remind them that the sandwich is to be made in a separate area (which they have) and please don't gluten the meat slicer! I wouldn't say they know what they're doing here but they CAN produce a gluten-free sandwich.
Staff was accommodating to my severe allergy n cleaned work station. All line workers changed gloves. Decent sandwich, nothing fancy but good and did not have a reaction
This place is amazing!!! They totally get it! They cut the meat and cheese fresh. They use a separate area to make your sandwich to avoid cross contamination and mayo out of a squeeze bottle. I will definitely go here again. 72 and Cornhusker. Staff was super nice too. Thanks so much for the attention you give to gluten free!