I got a smoothie. The protein powder contains gluten and they THOUGHT that the regular yogurt did too so they used light and fit in mine. They washed the blender first and we're happy to help keep me safe.
We are staying on Fremont Street and decided to try Rachel‘s Kitchen for breakfast. I have a very ruined body from undiagnosed celiac for most of my life, so travel and eating out are very scary. They told us to order from their gluten-free menu and they would clean the grill first. My husband and I can’t have intimacy for hours after he eats gluten, so he’s eating gluten free on this trip. When our food came, the waitress said mine was gluten-free, but my husband’s toast was not. They took it back to replace it, but it took 20 minutes and we had to leave. We also realized that his scramble was probably not prepared on the clean grill, because they were wrong about the toast. Now, 3 hours later, I’m attached to the toilet because my bacon and eggs were also unsafe. Definite mistake!
No gluten free menu and right on the menu it states that cooking areas are shared.
Lots of options, I had some pasta, large portions and couldn't eat it all, would recommend.
I had the Arugula Pear salad and a Hawaiian Bliss Smoothie. I went back a second time and had the chicken salad sandwich. No GI issues at all and the food was delicious! (I tested the food with my Nima Sensor to be safe - no gluten found)
Nice sandwiches and tasty burgers served with gluten free Bread. We enjoyed a good lunch and had no effects.
The menu specifically says: not a gluten-free faculty. All items are prepared in a common kitchen with the risk of gluten exposure.
Small shop at the airport. They made me a feesh sandwich on GF bread. It was $10 but worth it. So good!
Staff was super helpful and knowledgeable. Many gluten free items to pick from and food was delicious. I was there for lunch and opted for a salad. If I’m ever in the area again, I would go back.
Superb. Burger in lettuce wrap. Delicious, couldn’t fault it.
Solid place for breakfast! I always get bacon and eggs but have never been for lunch.
This place is awesome! They have GF sandwiches, lettuce wrap burgers and GF pasta. Good tasting too.
absolutely wonderful. people and menu are excellent. almost everything on menu can be gluten free.
Knowledgable and excellent gluten free food.
Good options for gf and food very good. Fun lunch spot.
Awesome gluten free quinoa pasta! I ordered the signature pasta bowl and It was delicious! The portion was huge and my husband was more than happy to help me eat it.
They do have a gluten free menu. I ordered the turkey club which I haven't had in 8 years. While I was waiting for my food, I read the reviews. Good thing someone wrote not to toast the bread. I was not told they use the same toaster for bread with gluten. My order was remade. I didn't really enjoy my meal b/ I had to take off the tastless untoasted bread.
the cashier was a little confused until I asked for the gluten free menu. be sure you don't toast your bread or have fries as the regular bread goes through he same toaster & the fries are cooked in the same oil with the onion rings (that are not gf). great tasting food & wonderful atmosphere.
What a nice surprise in Downtown Las Vegas!! Had a sandwich which was what I craving. They had tons of options it was hard to decide. Hubby had non-gluten free choices as well and loved it. All the fries are gluten free and the staff is super friendly. I will be back.
They have several Gluten free option from pastas to sandwiches. Good food
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Enjoyed a nice breakfast of scrambled eggs with chicken, bacon and spinach with gluten free toast. Can substitute fruit for potatoes which are deep fried and could have cross contamination. I am not sensitive to that so I had the potatoes. Have homemade juices and smoothies. Serves lunch but didn't ask about GF options. Cute place and food was good.
I've eaten at Rachel's Kitchen (here, the Ogden, and the District) many times. They've never had any issues at any of the locations before. Today however, at this one, when the person taking my order noted I wanted GF bread he asked me about toaster (pretty standard). I asked him to just grill it. He said that's the same thing. I went through clean surface thing and he said he couldn't do it. I spoke to manager and he said if he was a person with an allergy he wouldn't eat there. I asked about just cleaning where they were going to grill mine and it was a no. Use caution if you have celiac.