I was informed today that they don't do gluten free.
Very tasty sandwich! Turkey club was a must.
The wait staff was really weird and not really knowledgeable about gluten, but they knew how to avoid cross contamination and I was fine.
Gf sandwich is very small and more lettuce and onions then meat. Tasteless to say the lease. They charge you the same as if you purchased a whole sub sandwich.
They have a huge UDI gf bun... but the prep area is a mess. They also put my sandwich in a bag with the non GF sandwiches. Be careful. The sand which also had no taste. Had the beef and cheddar which should be called the lettuce and onion with a pinch of beef and a zap of cheese.
Wide selection of fillings and gluten free buns.
Friendly service. Good sandwiches. Gluten free buns. THE LOCATION I VISIT IS NOT LISTED. IT IS AT 5119 WEST CHARLESTON BLVD (NEAR DECATUR), LAS VEGAS, 89146.
Love how soft the gluten free bun is. When In Vegas i HAVE to come here
They have the option of gf but if you have celiacs and can't have cross contamination like me..don't come here! They use all the same prep and tools to do it all.. they cannot guarantee no contamination.
I have gluten allergies. My son is Celiac, but he wasn’t with me on this visit. You can order any of the sandwiches on a gf bun for an extra $1.50, plus they’ll check soup, salad, and chips, if you have any questions or concerns. The young man who took my order could answer all my questions off the top of his head, and I had no issues. A little expensive, but most of the sandwiches are hefty, with quite a bit of meat.
The cashier did not understand why I needed the workers to change their gloves and acted as though it would not be an issue. However, as with every Schlotzskys I've been to, I did not get sick. She mentioned that the sandwiches are all made in the same oven, and placed directly on the racks. I believe overall the chain is celiac friendly, and perhaps this cashier was simply unaware of the seriousness of celiac disease.
GF pizza is celiac safe. So far every Schlotzky’s location where I have eaten takes great pains to ensure no cross contamination, and many have an open kitchen where you can watch them stop and clean everything and use separate dishes, etc for the GF pizza. Crust is always dense, but it’s fine. Have not tried the GF bun.
Hubby eats here often. Staff changes gloves, separate work station and when taking to go they place his order in a separate bag. It's UDIs bread so not the good ol Schlotzskys bread, but it gives him taste that is similar to what he remembers.
If you tell them you are celiac, they will do their best for you but know that everything goes though the same convection oven and wheat bread is made readily from scratch. Again, that being said the staff is knowledgeable, helpful, friendly and they go out of their way to create the safest, tastiest GF food for you. Udi's buns and pizza with Schlotzskys fresh recipes and ingredients makes my day happier.
Staff knows to do glove changes for GF. And the bread is great! They will do sandwiches or GF pizza . a little more training for staff would be good. I saw them use contaminated gloves to get the apple slices out of the bin and I mentioned it and the manager said he would go over it with them
I called the Mt. Pleasant store to ask if the GF bread had eggs in it. (I also have an egg allergy.) The guy who answered said, “I have no idea.” I waited for him to say something else, but he didn’t. I said, “Are you able to check?” He wasn’t willing. So, it’s obvious they don’t want to serve people with food allergies.
Rating all 5 stars because the service and the food was great. They stated they take precautions to avoid cross contamination with gluten, but it is a sandwich shop after all. My celiac daughter did not have gluten reaction with her gluten free pizza crust. They also offer gluten free breads. Overall great experience. Just make sure to make your gluten needs known when ordering
Bun amazing warm and soft. Staff amazing and knowledgeable. They change gloves use clean surfaces even in the warming oven. Sandwich was awesome (the Italian one) and best of all I didn’t get sick!! I’m a fan :)
Ate here with no reaction. They even served my sandwich with a plastic knife so I could cut it myself. They use Udi's buns which are a bit thick but they tasted good and held up to the toppings and meat of The Original sandwich.
Love this restaurant! The owner is there most of the time and he’s the one that’s made my sandwiches/pizzas anytime I’ve eaten here. The food is delicious and they use Udi’s bread. ***Edited to add: they told me they don’t feel completely comfortable serving me since they can’t be 100% certain that they’re safe for celiacs. I haven’t been back since my conversation with the owner.
I had to deduct a star because although they have GF buns and pizza crust, the pizza is baked in the conveyer belt style oven, on a shared surface with gluten pizza. The young man at the counter told me the only Celiac safe option, was the roll which is prepared on a safe surface.
*non-celiac consumer here* Today I had the pizza and a pastrami sandwich with Udi’s crust & bun. Pizza was good but very basic (you can get better GF pizzas out there but this would suffice if in a hurry or not other places nearby). The bun though....... so far this is the most like regular bread I have had... I was thinking, are you sure this is GF?! Super delish! They have GF pizza crusts, buns, garlic breadsticks & chips
Sometimes I just want a sandwich and Schlotzsky's has it figured out. GF (Udi's) buns and pizza crusts. GF sandwiches are prepped specially and come out wrapped to distinguish them from regular sandwiches.
I’ve been having Schlotzsky’s GF Original Deluxe ever since they started using Udi’s. The first couple of times I would ask if they were sure it was GF before I ate it, because it looked so good. One time, I did take out and I called back to be sure it was GF, again it looked so good, each time the manager assured me my sandwich was GF. She also said they change their gloves and do not cut the GF sandwiches so as not to cross contaminate with the knife. What makes this so good is they toast the cheese on the bun just the same as the original Schlotzsky’s sandwiches, I can’t tell the difference. I have eaten Schlotzsky’s ever since they opened in the Dallas area and before when they were only in Austin. The staff is always friendly and the manager will generally come around to check on the customers. I have also eaten GF Schlotzsky’s at other locations, however this Forney location is the best! They know how to do a Schlotzsky’s Original Deluxe GF right!! Thank You!!!