Ate here a lot last year while on vacay (theres just something about a MTO sandwich) meat was fresh cut and delicious. Waited (impatiently) to go back this year and sad to say it wasnt worth the wait. Girl taking orders was rushing (we were only ones there) and very dismissive with any questions asked. My order wasnt right, neither was my son's, my daughters fruit mix had hair in it (they fixed that, but she had def already eaten some) and the GF peanut butter cookies on the shelf (that I LOVE) only had 1 bag that hadnt expired (and while i grabbed 3 bags, at $7 each, i sure wasnt buying expired food). Im not sure what happened but my fav little beach sandwich shop will not be getting my fams business again. Close to $60 for lunch is high, but worth it for great service and confidence that it's made right, and neither of those happened. Sad
I ordered half a sandwich on gluten free bread and a small salad. Both were quite tasty. One complaint, with my salad they gave me a bag with my utensils, dressing, and a large piece of regular gluten bread. Ummm... Of course they had to get me a whole new set. Just made me a little nervous about the care taken with my food to prevent cross contamination.
They serve Udi's bread but cannot accommodate toasting of bread. :( They had a large list of salads mostly gluten free but ran out of chicken. strange for a Monday. They also have gluten snacks too. As other reviewer stated all menu and gluten free snacks are expensive I would love to see them comply with ADA and get a gluten free menu.
They have recently upgraded their gluten free bread option to a large bun that is much tastier and doesn’t fall apart as easily. This isn’t a cheap sandwich place, but I always feel safe eating here and the quality is always great!
Like any other sandwich place with gluten free options. If a sandwich on a French roll cost $10. You will pay $12 to have that same sandwich on udis bread. Much smaller and you don't even get the amount of meat that would of been on the sub. So, less bread, less meat = more money?!? Udis is the worst bread, why am I paying extra to get less because I have a food allergy, gluten is the only allergy they do this to.
We have celiac's disease and have been eating here for almost a year quite regularly. We can have most of what is on the menu, including great dessert options and weekly specials, and have never gotten sick. I highly recommend this wonderful restaurant chain. Their food is usually locally sourced and everything is so good.
We have gone here countless times to get GF sandwiches and snacks. They have a separate prep area for the GF sandwiches. Although the wait can be long during the lunch rush (call and order for pick-up to avoid the wait), the GF food is yummy and my daughter has never had any reaction.
Such helpful staff and SO many options!! Anything GF is prepared in a whole separate location!! And the GF bread wasn't tiny or crumbley. I built my own sandwich and didn't hold back and it was AMAZING!!