Mention GF before they begin your order- they'll change all surfaces/ tools to ensure safe prep
Make your own salad. Dressings labeled GF or not. New bowl for every person. If you are worried about dressings mixing on the chopping board, you can ask them to change it.
First this salad was super duper delicious. It was described with croutons, and I got to substitute with a different topping! Only two people touched my salad but everyone knew it was GF. They had a separate board, chopper, and bowl for my salad. The staff was efficient, attentive, and knowledgeable. 10/10 will be back.
1)At World Wide Plaza: Tell them I'm Celiac need gluten free salad and red board. Get the salad plus extras for owning bowl and not taking croutons. Guy gets red board, does salad and asks "bread" then sticks a piece of bread on top while I'm trying to say "no." Go to manager who says red board for all allergies not just gf. 2) A week later and I give them a second chance. This time guy dumps salad onto white board while I'm trying to get his attention. Get new salad with manager standing by me. Think I'm okay, then manager tells me the falafel is not gf. WTF? I walk out of there to Starbucks where I can eat a gf salad in peace. Just Salads manager tracks me down (the Starbucks is next door to them) to offer my DH and me free salad next time I go in. Why would I want to?
Just opened and I noticed on the front door it says vegan / gluten free friendly. They have a separate chopping board for gf customers and all the salad dressings are color coded for allergen info. The place was very hectic so even though I told the person making my salad I am gluten free he didn't pass on the info to the person at the next station who proceeded to chop my salad on a crumb covered surface. They quickly remade my salad so all was fine but it just goes to show you gotta pay attention. It seems like a good place and another good option in the neighborhood