Ordered for delivery, requested gluten free bun for chicken sandwich with coleslaw and specified in comments that it was for an allergy. Separate order was chicken fingers with fries. The delivery came with the fries in the sandwich container piled all over the bun, chicken, lettuce, and tomato which were all spread out under the fries so nothing was safe to eat. I guess they don't understand gluten allergy if you're not there to give them explicit directions in person but they don't have a dedicated frier for the french fries so they cross contaminated all my food. Otherwise the order came correct and quickly (except for the containers being mixed up when allergy had been specified)
The gluten free selection is mainly the sandwiches with GF bread and salads ( as usual )
I was told no GF waffles or pancakes. But they do have GF bread. Service a bit slow but food good.
A good pastrami on GF bread and your own pot of coffee! Perfect for after a movie.
They offer gluten free bread. I was told the bagels are Udi's, I don't know about the bread. I couldn't have the corned beef hash because they add flour to it. I just didn't feel like am omelette today. The menu doesn't indicate what items are gluten free, just that gluten free bread is available; except for desserts, there's a gluten free section on the menu.
I was told they have a separate toaster for bread. If you want a deli sandwich maybe it's a good choice for that.
Lenny's has amazing GF bread and there are endless GF options on the menu. They also have traditional Jewish deli pastries in GF versions that are out of this world. A bit over priced for a deli but if you're craving GF carbs and a sandwich or deli food with tons of GF menu options this is the place to go.