I love the Great Outdoors sub shop, but I tried their GF bread for the first time today. I was excited to see it was the same size roll as a non-GF roll. But overall I was disappointed in the bread. It was very crumbly--and I ended up taking the bread off completely.
No specific gluten free menu, but the workers were very helpful and even offered to look at ingredient packages to help me find GF items. The GF bread was good and had a few GF chip options. The bread was packaged separately and they used clean utensils for it and the sides. Will definitely return here, they said they will create a more detailed list of ingredients soon!
My husband and I loved this shop prior to going gluten free. We were excited when we saw they offered Local Oven gluten free bread! When we asked which subs were gluten free, they said they had gluten free bread. When we reworded our question the girl got flustered and called over a co-worker. He had no clue what he was talking about and told us ONLY the turkey pastrami and spiced ham were gluten free. We asked if he was sure and answered he was sure. We re-stated, "So only those two are gluten free?" and he said yes again. This made NO sense and we left without ordering.
Delicious! It's a gf sub roll and you can most anything on the menu! Made me feel normal for once! They do take precautions for cross contamination if you need.
I stopped by this sub shop because they are right across the street from local oven and carry their products. I got a nod from the employee when I let him know I was celiac, however when I asked if all their meats are GF he said no, and told me two that are. I asked him if the meats on a certain sub are GF, and he said he wasn't sure, then added "I mean, it's turkey, so why shouldn't it be gluten free?". At that point I felt like asking further questions about CC would be pointless, so I left. Unless there is a knowledgeable day time person I don't know about, I would avoid this place if you are a Celiac.
My hopes for not being glutened at a deli weren't super high, but it was close by so I thought I would give it a shot. When I went in I asked if they did in fact have gf bread and was excited when they said yes. My next question was what meats/toppings were ok/gf. He looked at me puzzles and said "you can get whatever you want." I responded with "so none of your meats and toppings contain gluten?" (I seriously doubt this is true since they have meatballs on the menu.) Again he looked at me puzzle and said I guess so. He then handed me a nutritional handout that contained calorie info but absolutely nothing bout allergies. Very disappointing.
Gluten free sub rolls! They are very careful to avoid cross contamination. The gluten free rolls are wrapped in plastic. They even use a separate knife to slice the sub. Awesome place!
Came here looking for a sub sandwich, which I have not had in about 2 years since going GF. The employee I talked to was very flustered when I asked for a gluten free sandwich and the manager had to call corporate to see what items were gluten free for the sandwich. My meal was then prepared by the manager in a separate area from the normal gluten subs. The Local Oven sub bread was a little dry, but the sandwich was decent and they accommodated me the best they could. Hopefully as demand increases, their staff will have more education.