Edit: personally too worried about cross contamination to eat at Jimmy Johns anymore
Fantastic. The unwhich is a lettuce wrap of whatever you want. I love the Hunter's, which is roast beef and cheese.
They are well trained for allergies at this location. They put on new gloves. They put down fresh paper and make the unwhich on the paper. They give mayonnaise packets instead of using the shared spatula. There is always the possibility of cross contamination, but I have never gotten sick here unlike other sandwich places. Beware the tuna salad, it has Gluten but not from the mayonnaise, lol.
Jimmy John's has become our go to for bringing home a quick meal.
I love their "unwhich"! It is a lettuce wrap with pretty much any fillings you want.
Jimmy John's does not have gluten free bread for sandwiches, but you can order a sandwich wrapped in lettuce called an "unwich"
I adore the unwich! I usually get the club lulu and add shredded lettuce, onion cucumber, oil and vinegar! I did get the provolone cheese once and got sick ( different location) so steer clear of the provolone cheese! Anyways, they always do a phenomenal job of avoiding cross contamination.
They do an unwich. You can have most of the sandwiches in a lettuce wrap. The Tuna is not GF.
Jimmy Johns is great they offer the sandwiches as lettuce wraps and they have great options. My fiancé with a gluten intolerance loves their tuna salad sandwich as an unwich, he hasn’t had a problem with it. If you have celiacs then I would probably question the staff about their cross contamination precautions.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I made the staff aware that I have celiac disease and they changed their gloves and set new papers along the counter; as well as, they got new topping containers from under the counter of all the toppings I wanted.
Most (maybe all?) of their unwhiches (lettuce wraps) are gluten free and very good! There is, of course, some risk of cross contamination, but having eaten there several times, I have never had a problem.