I haven’t had a sub in YEARS. We went today and the first guy didn’t know much when I started asking about gluten free, but another girl immediately popped over and started teaching the young man, and/walking him through gluten free allergy procedure. Sub was expensive but oh so good! So far I have not gotten sick either!
— No gluten-free information on the menu
They added gluten free bread to their menu last year. It’s not the greatest, but it’s nice to eat a sub sometimes. You may want to get some oil and vinegar to soften up the bread. I have not tried a hot sub on gluten free, maybe I should. One more star if your bread was better, and another if you had a Gluten Free Wrap, for when a sub is too much.
Very careful to insure no cross contamination. Excellent food and delicious subs. UDI gluten free cookies for desert. Knowledgeable staff and reasonable prices.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Ate there safely just like in NY
Decent sandwich chain with rewards program. Gluten free regular and giant rolls that are kept frozen, not unusual, are decent. Lots of types of sandwiches. Some are ok for GF folks and some aren’t. The service is interesting. They don’t answer their phone often, especially during peak times, and said that’s their policy. So if a problem with an order that is delivered (like an erroneous sandwich) …. What do you do? Drive there? Defeating the purpose of a delivery? Told if you say “allergy” they will clean prep area, clean knife and change gloves. Happy they have GF bread.
— Not at all
They have Udi’s sub rolls (regular and giant sized) and seem to be very knowledgeable about cross contamination. They prepared my order separately, changed gloves etc.