Not safe for celiac, told them twice I needed separate knife for gluten free bread and watched them use the same knife for it. I should’ve known better but I thought , “ Maybe I didn’t see that right”. Here I am afterwards feeling sick. Don’t recommended for Celiac and tbh it wasn’t even good ( got the whiz wit)
— Not at all
— Not Much/None
Cute place. Bf who’s a not gf wanted cheesesteaks and this place seemed good! Got the Woodrow’s Whiz Wit on a gf roll and it was the size of my forearm! I’ve never seen gf bread be bigger than my hand haha!! Taste was pretty good and they make their own cheese which was cool too!
Had the best cheesesteak ever with an amazing GF roll. For the first time ever I had the same size sandwich as my husband. Truly amazing!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
They say they are celiac friendly, and said they had a dedicated fryer, but I watched them use the same spatula to make my sandwich and a normal bread sandwich. When I pointed this out, the cashier told me I was wrong. They also only have one fryer, which is shared. I wouldn't trust the food here if you're sensitive.
Cheese steak shop offering a gluten free bun prepared on a separate cutting board and following a glove change. Offers fries but the fryer is shared with some fried onions and the response about whether any breaded things also share that fryer wasn't too confident from the cashier. Definitely may be dedicated gluten free but I'd check with the staff before ordering fries.Unique offering is a homemade truffle cheese whiz on the sandwiches.