I ate there with no problems but the staff did not seem very knowledgeable. They do have great gf pizza and gf cookies.
Lots of GF items clearly marked on the menu. Good food and well sourced.
GF bread and pizza for small upcharge. Good food at reasonable prices. Toaster is shared with regular toast/buns.
Poor selection of gf items. Mostly take out the bread. We didn't stick around to eat. Out of the three of us who, two gf, none of us found anything on the menu to make us want to stay. Can't offer on how the food tastes. Only that the prices were high for such a common menu. Definitely kitsch
Ordered a salad on a layover. Vomited on the plane. Yes gluten free options but maybe not safe for celiacs.
We ate here twice in one day when we were vacationing in the area! So nice to have healthy choices! Our first cashier, Kaneesha, was friendly and extremely helpful. We felt very confident after talking to her. Our second cashier was the exact opposite and didn't even seem know what the words "gluten free" meant. So don't let your guard down here! The Margherita pizza was soft and delicious. But the upcharge for a whole pizza was $3.50. Also, GF sandwiches can't be ordered in the half portion for some made up reason to do with the bread. Despite the unfair upcharges and questionable service, we recommend ModMarket, especially if you're looking for healthy choices.
GF buns are great! Friendly staff and great food.
Pretty amazing food, I eat here often they have gluten free breakfast and lunch, I like the food, never have they messed up an order for me, as long as you tell them you’re celiac they take extra precaution, highly recommended
My father and I (both celiac) ate lunch here after a delayed flight. They have clearly marked on their menu gluten free items, but the waitress taking orders in front told me that ‘since it was a cafe, they toast all the bread together’. They were pretty busy so I just left it go and ordered salads which she assured me could be prepared separately and safely. They didn’t give my father dressing on his and the steak salad had an extremely fatty cut of meat. The wintergreen salad was so-so. Might’ve been safe for celiacs depending on different staff but nothing special. However a good option on a nonbusy day for celiacs looking for somewhere cheaper than Elway’s to eat.
We frequent here weekly bc it’s wholesome and convenient. They FINALLY have a decent GF bread for sandwiches (their old wraps that seemed like folded over dry pizza crust are gone!) $2 house wine, Chicken Basil Sandwich, pulled pork sandwich, all the pizzas, green chile and breakfast are all our faves! Love their Boylan cane sugar sodas too. They usually have GF chocolate chip cookies too
Their bacon, egg, cheese sandwich is really good!
I have Celiac. All I had to do was tell them I have a gluten allergy. She thanked me for letting them know and noted it on the ticket. I saw them change gloves as I passed by. Had chicken, mashed sweet potatoes and fire roasted vegetables. Very delicious and I felt safe eating there. Will definitely go back!
Eaten here twice now without an obvious reaction. I'm Celiac and also allergic to dairy. Staff seem knowledgeable and helpful. Menu items are marked, but they can also do the toasted sandwiches on GF bread, protected with foil while heated.
We went to this restaurant after finding it on this APP. I would recommend this to everyone. The staff was very knowledgeable and helpful. I spoke with the lady who took our order and she informed me that they have a separate ingredients for their gluten free items and they change gloves to prevent cross contamination. They serve Pizza, sandwiches, and breakfast items. The menu utilizes a large variety of vegetables, which might make some nervous to eat there, but everything we ordered was delicious. We were also excited to find that they had gluten free cookies available. The cookies were very soft and delicious.
I have no idea how this place got such good reviews. I'm celiac and went there with high hopes , just to find out that for them "gluten free" means they have to just exchange regular bread for the gluten free one. If it hasn't been for my gluten tester, that found lots of gluten on my marked gf food, I would have gotten really sick.
Menu is well labeled. The person taking my order did not indicate the pizza should have been GF. I had eaten here before and knew enough to know it looked different. When I asked, the guy said it wasn't and remade it. He let me give the non-GF pizza to my friend.
decent food, slightly overpriced. They have messed up more order several times here
Best BLT (+ avocado) I've had, and it was on gluten free bread! Located near B 38. Menu is marked for GF items
Oh.my.gracious!! So delicious!! Definitely stop in if you get the chance. The GF options were to die for!
I have Celiac's and have gotten sick twice now from cross contamination. I hoped it was a fluke because their food is so good and fresh.
Generally I skip places where you order at the counter and don't have a full-on chef but because of the positive reviews I decided to give it a try. Just to be even safer, I ordered the salad and asked how they avoid cross contamination. I felt comfortable with their answer (sorry, it had been a few days so I don't remember their exact answer) and never got sick. The food was tasty and I will return.
I've eaten here several times and never got sick (I have celiac disease and am very sensitive). The food is yummy! And there's good variety. There's several soups, sandwiches, salads, pizzas, or breakfast items you can get that are gf. It's about $11 for a lunch or dinner meal but cheaper for breakfast ($6 for breakfast sandwich). I've only been there for breakfast once and my toast for my sandwich was super burnt to the point it was inedible, but I took it to go so didn't realize this until I was gone so I couldn't ask them to remake it. Never had a problem with lunch or dinner though.
Great food options for eating healthy and gluten free
Just make sure you weigh the risk and be very clear about your needs. I've had success with the pizzas and sandwiches, but not salads. I am a Celiac with gluten induced paralysis (very sensitive). This location is always busy and the flour in the air is a contamination risk to consider. That being said, I have eaten here safely. For prospective, I cannot generally walk near the grocery bakery because I will react to the flour in the air alone. A better location is the one on Colorado Blvd, which is less busy.
I have eaten here a couple of times and I love it! Gluten free bread is amazing and they have lots of choices
On my way to Atlanta and had a two hour layover in Denver with time enough for some lunch, IF I could find anything I could trust to being GF. I read some reviews posted by others and decided to give it a try. When I realized that the guy who was taking my order had NO clue about the GF options, other than salad, I almost left. Then I noticed for both the sandwiches and pizza it mentioned GF options. Another worker came by and I asked her how safe their GF pizza was. She said they always took care of their GF customer's needs. I ordered the BBQ Chicken pizza. I watched the person who prepared the pizza, which was a large half-size thin crust, placed on foil. The only possible contamination may have come from the ladle...I didn't see if it was dedicated just for GF pizzas. I watched him take it from the oven and saw that there was a dedicated GF roll slicer. Pizza was good, thin, flavorful. The crust was chewy. I recommend this for others requiring GF food while at the Denver airport. It's on concourse C at about gate 28.
This restaurant is now in Terminal B. I had the Green Chicken Chili which was good. Even though I confirmed the dish was GF when I ordered, they snuck in a separately bagged slice of bread (which I assumed was wheat and didn't eat). Worth the train hop from Terminal C.
Lots of gluten free options. They're always able to answer my questions and food is prepared separately. I've never gotten sick here and love all the options! I didn't like the gluten free pizza crust, so I won't order that again, but did like the sandwich I had and will continue to try different foods on their menu.
Modmarket Colorado Springs was fantastic! They have gluten free salads, sandwiches and pizza that is delicious and a great value! Plus $2 glass of wine, come on this just keeps getting better! They also have kids eat free Sunday and Monday evenings so we will come back with our children (3 out of 4 of our family has celiac) for great gfree Bbq chicken pizza and prosciutto/pear/arugula pizza!!!!
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