Have gotten the avocado toast twice now as well as smoothies. You need to tell the cashier it's for an allergy (presumably they get a lot of those annoying dieters there), but once you do it's good. They'll make sandwiches entirely new for you, as well, though there's a limited offering of what goes on them (I think the meat was ham, there were two cheeses, and then some of the veggies). It seems much better than the other location down the street from the reviews and since it's so close, I haven't risked that one.
Notified cashier of celiac disease and they offered gf bread and toasted on paper to avoids cross contamination. A bit pricey based on the portion
As some previous reviews mentioned, their sandwiches are premade. However, when I asked for my sandwich on gf bread, they asked if there was a serious allergy, because normal practice is to replace bread from the premades, but they are able to make a gf sandwich from scratch, if needed.