They need to change gloves, use clean knives, use a clean surface. Ask for condiments in to-go packages (e.g. mayo) because they are not 100% confident their condiments aren’t contaminated with gluten. Some of the types of cheese are stored in recycled gluten bread bags. The gluten free bread is baked in a mixed bakery, although they do bake it first in the mornings to reduce cross contamination. Some of the staff is very knowledgeable and others are totally uninformed. If you can’t advocate strongly and don’t know about the cheese types, condiments, this is a very risky place to eat.
You can get any sandwich made on a gluten free bread, but risk of cross contamination in sandwich production is significant.
Wonderful local chain, employees lots of local young people, great community feeling, very popular with capitol campus employees so try to stagger your lunch time around their schedules if you can.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Wonder GF sandwich but they do sell out. We've had to leave on a Saturday because the GF bread was gone.
My daughter loves the gluten free bread and has not had any issues eatting it.
wonderful sandwiches but after my first visit I got sick. I still went back a second time but took some gluten digestive enzymes prior. I'll probably wait a little while before going back here but still an option for a good sub
Really good gluten free sandwich rolls! They'll let you buy the rolls too! 😊
I love this place! Very close to my campus so I eat here often. Their gf bread if the BEST I have ever had. Other people must like it too because sometimes I go and they've run out for the day!:( I have celiac and eat their bread and am fine, but since it's a sandwich shop and they bake other bread there, other more sensitive people may not do so well!