40% of 5 votes say it's Celiac friendly

60 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010 Directions

Top Reviews

2 years ago

The staff was very friendly and accommodating, sanitizing before making me a gf wrap. It's true that the fake meats all contain gluten, but the hummus and avocado wrap, the portobello wrap, and the chickpea tuna are GF. The smoothies also are and they will sanitize since they also use those to make the non-gf butterfinger shakes. Oh and the gf peanut butter cookie is bangin.

2 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Not enough gluten free options and they've messed up a few times giving me gluten!

2 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Very conflicted as I like this place but just had a thanksgiving sandwich which was ordered on a gluten free wrap and with tofu instead of tofurkey (receipt said gluten free wrap and add tofu and NO tofurkey). Yep, bunch of bites in realized there was tofurkey. Sick since. Be careful if gluten sensitivity and really careful if celiac.

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns


  • Dairy-Free
  • Late Night
  • Organic
  • Pescetarian Friendly
  • Plant Based
  • Restaurant
  • Vegan Friendly


All menu items are 100% Vegan and Kosher


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4 years ago

breakfast choices too limited They have a nice selection of breakfast sandwiches but they can't put them in a gluten free wrap. They only have one breakfast wrap and it wasn't what I wanted. I left empty handed.

5 years ago
Celiac friendly

The staff are not trained enough! I asked what was gluten free and was told "Everything can be made gluten free with either a wrap or bread!" I then asked specifically about the meat substitutes since they are seldom GF and she told me they are safe. My celiac sense was tingling so I opted for a safer sandwich. The next time I went I asked the same "what is gluten free" and was told a better answer, that only these 5 sandwiches, but they can substitute the fake meats for tofu in anything. So, while they can be gluten-friendly, if I'd been newer to GF I would have gotten really, really sick.

6 years ago

I agree with the other reviewer that there's cross-contamination. Nice idea though.

6 years ago

yes, they have gf options and the waitstaff is informed about which items are gf, but I think they may have a cross contamination problem...I had a gf wrap, which may have been made on a contaminated fryer bc I felt really ill afterwards. I've had sandwiches before, which have been fine though....point is its not foolproof if you're celiac.

7 years ago

This place used to be my favorite, but the quality has gone down a bit. But every time I go, I always order the Thai chicken wrap. ****make sure you substitute the "chicken" for avocado. It's not gfree.

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