I have celiacs and eat here at least once a week. Never any issue just make sure you specify an allergy verses preference. You can check their gluten free menu for options. They have always been very helpful and per prior comments the only meat gluten free would be shrimp.
loved going here until they told me that the chicken they used was cooked on the same grill as gluten things.....making it not gluten free anymore.
I love them. I always get the pesto with GF rice noodles. Delicious and the staff is knowledgeable.
I have been eating there for 2 years and have never been dissatisfied with any of there meals. Lisa helps me all the time and is always great. All the employes work very well together and I will always highly recommend eating there. We have our lunches catered to feed everyone ant Ray Citte RV. They all loce it.. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK ......
I love the med salad here. I get it at least once a week. I also omit olives, sub cheddar in for the feta. The dressing's tasty. Some options to try: tomato bisque soup, the med salad hold the pasta (it comes in it,) thai curry soup, chinese chop salad (wontons are probably gluten free, can be omitted,) caesar salad no croutons, seasonal salads (varies, check ingredients.) Dessert? rice krispy treats available, possibly gf rice cereal. If you are also dairy sensitive, thai curry soup and chinese chop salad are dairy free. Concerned about cross contamination? Avoid the asian items/rice noodles all together, they're probably cooked in the common water. If they weren't gluten contaminated, I'm confident gf would be listed on the menu as a highlight or selling point, much like vegetarian options are. However, it never hurts to ask for new water, new pot. Some places are happy to accommodate you, if you're upfront that you're willing to wait a few extra minutes.
Had the Penne Fresca and hoped they would use a gf penne pasta but they just substitute the rice noodles they use for the Pad Thai instead. Disappointing but not a big deal. The noodles and chicken were a bit dry, but not a deal breaker. The big problem is that there was clearly some cross contamination as I experienced an immediate reaction after I finished eating and ended up with a migraine later on (both symptoms that I only get when I eat gluten in a significant amount). Perhaps the noodles were cooked in the same water as regular noodles, I'm not sure, but I do know that I won't be back.
They were well aware of cross contamination. I was able to eat safely and they were good to me. I got a shrimp dish that was a bit on the spicy side because I didn't realize that when I ordered it. Overall, I'll probably stop here again if I need to eat in Missoula.
Noodles & Co. has an extensive gluten-free menu. Most pasta dishes can be made gluten free with either fazolli or rice noodles. The tomato basil bisque is also gluten free and delicious. I eat at this location frequently! My only complain is that there's not a location in downtown Davenport too. :)
Two years ago I found a full gluten pasta noodle at the bottom of my dish and was ill shortly after. Today we braved a second try and I was given the wrong dish. I type this as I wait for the stomach cramps, vomiting, and diarrhea to start. The staff takes no precautions and I have been glutened on both my visits.
I found a piece of gluten pasta in my dish, mixed in with the GF fusilli. Luckily I hadn't started eating yet. I encountered the same problem at a different Noodles location (that time I did get very sick) so I avoid all locations now. Definitely not safe for Celiacs.
Do not eat here if you are truly celiac or intolerant. I tried it on 7/25 and got violently ill. Then, after my kids begged to come again, I called earlier today and spoke with a manager. She told me to specifically say allergy when ordering and that some employees can take that request and others have to get a manager. Came back tonight and ordered with Joseph (who also took order on 7/25) so I specified allergy and said celiac. A few minutes later, an employee name Aaron (very helpful person) advised ys that the gf fusilli noodles were out and offered rice noodles as a substitute. Went with him to the register to get a refund on what we paid for the upcharge and had him review our order to confirm allergy was never even entered on our order. So bummed that it was not taken seriously when ordering and the staff wouldn't protect someone just by hitting one button. Will be emailing the manager as well.
Manager was VERY knowledgeable but the cashier was new and NOT ready to be alone. Food came out with meatballs that are not gluten free, even the cashier knew that but still...anyway. All of the sauces were delicious, my only problem was the Fusilli GF pasta was very under done and super chewy:(, almost crunchy. This place has lots of options and I love the idea of having the gluten-free but the process needs some polish to be "friendly" to GF peeps.
Great food, but not good for bad allergies. They have messed my order up twice before. One time I found a regular noodle in my gf pasta and the other time they just gave me regular noodles! They can be trust worthy at times but certain employees just really screw up! Being an all pasta place makes it more risky, too much possibility for mistakes.
I am celiac. And the last 2 times I've ordered gluten free my food came with random regular gluten filled noodles mixed in my gf noodles. Last time I saw it before I took a bite. This time it wasn't until I was just about done eating that I found these random noodles. Now that I'm severely sick I'll never eat at Noodles again!
Dedicated space, knowledgeable manager but untrained staff lead to pasta being mixed with gluten pasta. Half way through meal, we noticed a few pieces of other pasta Update: After speaking with the manager, we decided.to try the restaurant again. The exact same thing happened. A non-gf noodle was mixed in. I had confirmed separate pans and strainers but it did not matter.
Drove here based on 5 star rating. Was told chicken is unsafe due to cross contamination on the grill despite telling them we have a legitimate allergy. Have never had this issue in our home state, so not sure why food cannot be prepared safely here. At any rate, I would question the safety of this place for Celiacs for sure!
if you have celiac disease, you cannot eat their "gluten free" pastas. they are cooked in the same pans as normal pasta.
We ate at the one at Mall of America. My granddaughter was recently diagnosed with Celiac and we asked about their gluten free options. They were very knowledgeable and the pasta with spaghetti (or marinara) sauce was really good. We had ordered it with meatballs and they cam to the table and told us these weren't gf ones so that was a nice touch. Good that the people cooking are knowledgeable. The mac and cheese option wasn't as great but it was still good enough that she finished it. They gave her a rice krispie bar as a side and we couldn't confirm this was gf so she ended up giving this away. They also don't have a gf salad dressing which would have been nice. Had they had more than the pasta option, would definitely have given them a 5.
The guy working the register was incredibly friendly. He was being so cautious that he rang up the gluten free order completely separately to make sure there was no confusion. The food was good and our child with Celiac disease was thrilled to have a new place to eat and enjoyed the meal. Based on our experience I would have given it four stars (knocking off a star for cleanliness for poop smeared on the toilet and the wall in the bathroom stall and that the restaurant wasn't busy and yet there were several dirty tables with dishes on them that were never cleared while we were there), however after we got home our Celiac got very sick and we suspect it was gluten contamination. For that reason I cannot recommend this restaurant for anyone with Celiac disease and we won't be returning, at least to this location. It's a shame.
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