The cashiers were not knowledgeable about menu items other than explaining gf bread was an option. When ordering, I made sure to explain it was an allergy. My plate arrived with a slice of garlic toast on top of my salad. So, I inquired if the bread on my sandwich was indeed gf. She pointed out that it was wrapped in paper so as not to cross-contaminate. However, the garlic bread was on the same plate! I appreciate the option of gluten free, and with training I believe this could be a very good choice.
This location does not offer GF buns. The Udis logo has been manually sawed off the menu board. Salads are packed in to go container with garlic bread bread on top. Be sure to specify no bread or croutons at order. They are definitely not interested in being helpful.
pretty good. They team up with Udi's for gluten free buns and pizza dough. We had the original sandwich and it was ok. We are not big Udi bread fans, but if you are, you will probably enjoy this. They do have gluten free chips, but avoid those with seasoning. I suggest asking to be sure. We stuck with the baked.
Serving Udis pizza crusts and sandwich buns they are friendly about food allergies and used clean utensils for cutting.
Most, if not all, sandwiches and pizzas will be GF with their GF buns or GF pizza crust. They are also one of the few Schlotzsky's I know of that serve breakfast. They can also use the GF buns for that. I have never observed them preparing the food, or talked to them about what they do, so if that is a concern, you may want to call and check first.
We've eaten here many times. Sometimes you have to double check your order upon receiving it. A couple of times the kitchen staff had to remake our order. But those experiences were clustered together, so I wonder if there was a change in staff. They change their gloves. Haven't had any trouble with the food in the last year.
Schlotzsky's has an abbreviated menu/allergen list in the store, and additional info online. They have Udi's bun and GF pizza crust available. The lady at the counter was unable to indicate if they take additional precautions, but they franchise suggests they do. They do not consider themselves a gluten-free environment and caution cross-contact can happen.
No stars have bun and pizza crust but NO meat for you sandwich.
I had heard that carried Udi's bread here and finally decided to try it. Yes, you risk cross-contamination, but they do flag the kitchen every time you order a gf sandwich (they change gloves, etc.). It was delicious...and sometimes you just want nostalgia in your life ;)