Staff NOT knowledgeable about GF, and demonstrated minimal willingness to locate info. No GF options.
The manager is Gluten free consumer and has a lot of knowledge of what is safe for someone who is gluten free and will cater to the special needs of each customer, key point make sure u let the staff know u are gluten free. unfortunately because the facility does bake bread on site they can not be classified celiac friendly.
GF bread and the employee Logan went the extra steps using new gloves and made my sandwich in the back and was very attentive and careful! Great experience!
Gluten free bread , better if you toast it again at home and need to watch and educate employee about how to handle the food.
I will give them a 3 because they did their best in the moment to avoid cross contamination. I Ordered a bacon salad and got awfully sick later:( I think that maybe it would be good to request they bring out fresh ingredients BC I feel like gluten crumbs got into my salad.
My wife Loves the gf sandwiches here, and she's never gotten sick. They always seem very careful about cross-contamination.
The gluten free bread at SUBWAY is amazing!! It is pre packaged so there is no risk with the bread not being gluten free. You should be careful about cross contamination with some of the protein. If you have a severe allergy or celiac I recommend the oven roasted chicken or cold cut combo. Those items have the least chance of cross contamination. The only items that are not gluten free are the meatballs, chicken teriyaki(because of the teriyaki sauce), and the new chicken enchilada.
I saw their $6 foot long (special) sub of the week on TV. Made a point to go get one before the week was over. I skipped my regular noon lunch and went there around 2pm. I was hungry . I ordered the sub of the week. The worker told me that the GF subs are not included in the S.O.T.W. special. So that cost me a couple bucks more for two 6" subs. As he's building my sub he mentions that there's an up-charge for the GF bread. Yada yada that's all I got there and my bill was significantly more than the advertised price on TV. If I wasn't so hungry I would have went somewhere else. There was no "fine print" on the TV commercial nor anything on the menu board about GF subs NOT being part of the sub of the week special. I felt lied to and tricked. The manager on duty didn't care about what I had to say. I will never go back.
Got sick from their "gluten free" sub
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Great gluten free bread. They changed gloves and washed hands before handling my bread
This location was incredibly knowledgeable about cross contamination (the sauces!). Had just gone through sensitivity training where they are to balance accommodation and making an embarrassing big deal out of (for the record, our family would never be embarrassed by accommodation). if you haven't tried their GF brownies, you are missing out.
No one has ever taken celiac/gluten intolerance more seriously than the staff at this Subway! The man that made my sandwich happily worked to make sure it was not contaminated in any way. Even took meat/cheese/veggies from the bottom of the containers in case the top had been contaminated by crumbs. Double gloved, too. I complimented him and thanked him for being so careful and he replied, "I don't want you to get sick." Most restaurant workers are clueless on what gluten can do to us!
The young lady that took my order today seemed surprised and nervous, but she found the instructions for gluten free, washed her hands, put on new gloves and got a new tray. At this point she informed the other staff that she was the only one that can touch this order. She got a new knife out to slice the bread, not realizing that it was already sliced. She was very professional and made me feel really comfortable. The bread was much softer than I expected. I will definitely go back!
The staff was kind and receptive to my requests. They washed hands, new gloves,used double paper and clean tray to move sandwhich. One employee pulled out new, un touched meat and cheese. There was a chance of contamination through produce though. For us, we felt safe eating.
The staff was very friendly and conscious of cross contamination. They changed their gloves and used separate utensils and were very careful when touching sources for possible cross contamination while preparing my sandwich. I will definitely be back!
So happy to see that Subway now has a gluten free bun. It tastes very good. They list all the ingredients that you can have and their staff were very prepared. One employee even showed us what Chips were gluten free.
Very good GF bread. Have them toast it before and after the meat/cheese and it makes it much better. Most options are GF and can be found online. They do charge $1 extra / 6 inch but can't say it's not worth it compared to other places at the moment.
This particular store does a GF six inch. The owner made my sandwich and changed his gloves twice! He was very careful and I could observe the entire process. A+
Really great G/F 6 inch rolls!
They store the ingredients for gluten free sandwiches in a separate refrigerator so no cross contamination should occur. They have a gluten free bread. It's a bit dry but at least it's bread I can eat. The girl working washed her hands really well and put on new gloves.