Udi’s bread and they change gloves and clean surfaces before making your sub.
Really delicious GF buns, i told them i had Cleiacs and i watched them gladly clean all the equipment, prep areas and utensils. Not only was there a protocol they followed, they didn’t make me feel like annoying for having complications!! ❤
I went in when it wasn’t busy to ask about safety protocols. She said, and did, take it very seriously. She washed hands, changed gloves, and made my food on a tray as to not come into contact with the counter. She used squeeze Mayo vs spreading it with a knife that had touched gluten bread. I felt totally comfortable watching the process. The GF bread is still GF bread, nothing to be done about the texture of that I’ve found, but it was great sandwich!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
AMAZING. Jersey Mike’s generally does well as a chain with gluten free, and they were great. My brother picked up the sandwich, but they had a separate board for gluten free sandwiches, they changed their gloves, and the manager seemed great and careful. I got the #13 Original Italian on gluten free bread, giant size so I could have half for lunch and half for dinner. I also asked for extra juice because gluten free bread is a bit dry. Man, that sandwich was so amazing. Like maybe the best sandwich I’ve had in years. Lots of meat and cheese. I’ll definitely be back. I’ll include a picture also.
Do NOT eat at this location. They used to be very understanding with needing my sandwich to be made gluten free. I have celiac and they would treat it like a wheat/gluten allergy. I went in this evening and the employee started arguing with me that wiping down the slicer is not necessary, nor would they use a different slicer for my meat and cheese. So I walked out. Be warned that they might not take your gluten free sandwich seriously.
— Not very
Staff was very dismissive and was then placing all items on counter that was not cleaned off. Then stated it was fine.
— Not at all
They stop production of all sandwiches to clean the machines and counters that are contaminated. Everyone changes gloves. They’ve always been very pleasant about it. Extra safety precautions are done as soon as you order gluten free and say celiac disease, you don’t have to ask them to do anything.
— Separate gluten-free menu