I appreciate the gf menu...but everytime ive tried eating at this place I get sick.
They have an entire gluten free menu.
Awesome! With the update they added little wheat symbols next to all the gluten free options. There's also gluten free buns available to sub into the sandwhich
They offer a gluten free bread substitute. My sister and I both have celiac, and we are pretty sensitive and we have never had problems eating here. They do good with keeping food safe for you. Make sure you tell them to change gloves, and if you are getting bread toasted make sure they have it covered in tinfoil or don’t toast it. They have a menu and on it you can find the gluten free marks. It is sort of pricey, but you get a lot for what you pay for.
I have eaten here several times and never gotten sick. I make sure they ask the kitchen to change their gloves.
Nice lunch option. It’s nice to be able to have a sandwich. my only option not being a salad!! They have gluten-free bread that is very good. They also have soup options that are gluten-free as well as baked potatoes
Nachos say gf on the menu, but when asked they really aren’t, so why are they gf on the menu? Here at 7pm, they close at 8, and they’re out of spuds, which was a bummer when half their menu is spuds. I Ordered a salad because they don’t have any sandwiches on gf bread, which in this day and age, across from a college is strange. Limited gf menu. Only here, because we are traveling through and staying at the hotel next door. The salad was really good though, which is why they got 3 stars. Staff was friendly too.
Ordered something from the gluten safe menu that shouldve been fine, plain jane potato. Asked if bacon add on was also GF, girl had no clue and didn’t even realize menu had symbols indicating GF. Asked cook, who literally said “What is gluten” from the back. Played it safe and didn’t get bacon or any add ons, but somehow still got cross contaminated. Was very sick for hours
Their gluten free bread is AMAZING. They were very kind and easy to manage. Upon finding out recently that I have a gluten allergy, it’s been hard trying to determine where I can eat & can’t eat. Pleasantly surprised!
They had gluten-free bread which was delicious, but I'm not sure if they're careful about cross contamination.
Gluten free bread. They have a gluten sensitive menu with many options. Spuds are also a good choice! I have never been cross contaminated and my food has come out great. Appreciate the GF bread and menu options.
They have a GF menu and offer GF bread for sandwiches. I asked for an gluten free alert to be put on my order and warned them that if the gloves were not changed, I would be sick. They took this seriously and followed what I asked. I had half a Reuben on GF bread with no thousand island and half a spud. I also like the fact that their iced tea is brewed, not made from a mix, and is Celiac friendly. I had no issues. There is potential here, of course, for cross contamination, as there is at most restaurants or even at people’s homes, but just be specific with your order and use their online allergy menu as your guide. It should be fine.
Called to ask about gluten free. The guy that answered the phone said they have a gluten free bun. I asked what other things did they have that would be gluten free and he said I don’t know. That was all the information I needed. I didn’t even bother going. It’s not worth the risk!
Selection is limited. But I do like the loaded spud. It’s very good and they have natural lemonade.
I had heard that they had good GF options and delicious GF bread. I can confirm both! There are a variety of loaded baked potato, salad, and soup options if you aren't feeling a sandwich. If you're looking for a hearty sandwich that doesn't feel GF, check them out! Lemonade is great too!
The staff was definitely knowledgeable about gluten free food and when I asked for gluten free bread and ordered chili they informed me that the normal chili was not gluten free and offered me the vegitarian chili in its place. In all, this is a good place for people with gluten intolerance to eat
Got a spud max. Enjoyed it very much with no reaction
Very few “gluten sensitive” choices and the staff was not knowledgeable. There was one salad identified as GS but none of the dressings are. Baked potatoes were about the only other GS options. Nothing GF.
Been here several times in the last month and haven’t gotten sick. I always get a baked potato and ask them to change gloves
Been there 3 times this week. I've had a salad one time and a sandwich another. My son had a potato. There website has an allergen feature and the menu uses a symbol to show you what is possible to eat. Their sweet tea and lemonade are awesome too.
The food is really good and the employees are nice.
(Celiac) NEVER had a bad experience or a problem after eating here. A go-to when time is tight bc right down the street. Many GF options and have always been open to helping me. Believe all lunchmeat is Gf. Chili is GF and great on potato (Spud ole) GF bread for sandwiches tastes good. Chips available. Safe win for me.