This chain has been a lifesaver while traveling in England. They always have a gfcf meal on hand. They are great. Wish they had them in the US.
I use Pret as my emergency go-to. Only a few items are explicitly labeled as gluten-free at this chain but I often eat the salads, sunshine bowls, boiled eggs, soups, etc, as long as they have no gluten containing ingredients. My bloodwork has stayed fine so I don’t think I’m getting cc’d. There are a couple of convenient locations at Penn station where I pick up food to eat on the Amtrak train.
I am obsessed with their egg salad tartine on gf bread. Simple, cheap, easy, consistent, tasty. They have ingredients marked on most items. Lots of salad and soup options that are gf, and egg frittatas in the morning. Employees have a full ingredient list for each item.
Great for quick grab and go items. Allergens clearly labeled. Breakfast sandwiches, salad, soup, hard boiled eggs, yogurt/chia cups, etc.
All allergens are marked - several gluten free options like porridge and yogurt/granola cups, soup, etc. nice to find a place for breakfast in the airport!
I'm not sue if different locations carry different things but the one we went to only had a cup of oatmeal that was gluten free besides bananas and apples . They do not have anything else
They used to label some food and salads GF, but not anymore. Now I order based on memory. It's too bad. I can only eat a few salads, egg and spinach pots, gazpacho, chips and fruit.
Happy walking down the street to find a handy togo option at breakfast time. I found a container with hard boiled eggs and spinach and a Greek yogurt with honey. Lots of protein to start my day in the city. A cup of coffee or hot chocolate and I was good to go!