Leli’s has a lot of GF options including noodles and many of the main meat entrees (not just salads). Brussels are amazing and GF.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I was given “gluten free toast”.... no way it was gluten free. I got the sickest I have ever been.
— Not at all
They do a good job understanding gluten-free, even having a gluten-free toaster... BUT everything single substitution is an upcharge. Even if you substitute a same cost side, it is an upcharge. NONE of the "included sides" are gluten-free. So a $13 sandwich - which is already high in my opinion - ends up $18. For a grilled chicken breast sandwich. If a whole group wants to go, I will shell out way too much money for okay gluten-free food. Just wish they were a little more accommodating. (Real McCoy's, which is literally next door, is way more accommodating with the latest management change.
We waited for 10 minutes at the door and kept getting passed by without being seated. In fact, we were basically ignored. We finally had to walk out! Judging by the reviews on here, it would have been risky to eat here anyway!
Went to leli's for breakfast based off the gluten free reviews. waiter didn't seem to have a clue about gluten free. went in depth explaining it and said he'd speak to someone. should have just left but had family in town. spent the rest of the weekend sick.
I got really sick after eating here and I called to talk to the manager who then said she was busy and would call me back later. once we spoke to someone (not the same manager) he let us know that they can't avoid cross contamination and my gluten free bread was toasted in the same toaster as all of their other bread.
They made great food