655 Walnut St, Des Moines, IA 50309 Directions

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Palmer's Deli & Market is located in the Kaleidoscope at The Hub - easily accessible via Skywalk. They offer gluten-free sandwiches on Udi's multigrain bread. It is made at the counter in front of you and the staff makes sure to change gloves and prepare your sandwich on a special cutting board. I have now eaten at Palmer's twice and have not had any issues. The sandwiches are huge - allows for leftovers - and the price is reasonable for lunch.

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Gluten Free Features

  • Allergen List
  • Bread/Buns
  • Dessert
  • Sandwiches

Categories

  • Deli
  • Delivery
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kid Friendly
  • Lunch

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Staff will ask if GF bread request is for preference or allergy. I stated allergy and they changed gloves and did steps to avoid cross contamination. Good choices and several side dishes to choose from.

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Wonderful! They use Udi’s multi grain gluten free bread. No extra charge..

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Good place for lunch! They have sandwiches, soups, salads, and desserts. They also have gluten free bread which was pretty good! Make sure to inform the sandwich maker of an allergy and they will use a separate kitchen space. Also, the gf peanut butter blossom cookie is super good!

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I enjoyed a spinner salad with little concern of cross contamination.

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Made my gluten free sandwich in a special area to avoid cross-contamination without me asking, have a few salad options, and gfree peanut butter cookies. Bread looks like udi's.

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I have to be honest, this place scares me to death. It is a bread man's paradise. I did order a gf sandwich here which they prepared with different gloves in a different area. My sandwich was basically reuben (my fav). I also had the trees + raisins salad. I have had their gf peanut butter cookies before, but I don't know exactly how they prepare those. Their food is very, very good.

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Need a healthy option on the run? Go here! It was nice to get a sandwich away from home! The lady helping me said the bread is hard and offered to show me; it's normal g-free bread and tasted great. She made sure to put on new gloves and used a clean knife and cutting board. The website says they have gluten free soup but not at this one.

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Their made to order spinner salads are good with the Gluten free deserts.

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