Soups change everyday. Usually 10+ options. Menu has easy to read labels for GF, non dairy, vegetarian, etc. You can sample as many soups as you want, which I love. Unfortunately, they don't have GF bread, but if you just want a good bowl of soup, it's great! The staff is wonderful and pleasant.
I ate here today, I asked the staff about the potential for non GF soup dripping into GF soup, she said they take great care to make sure that doesn't happen and if it does they change out pans. They wiped down the prep station before making my salad. I had chicken tortilla soup and cranberry almond salad and I feel fine! Thanks!
Many soups and salads to choose from. No gluten free bread.
All the soups were labeled either Gluten Free, Dairy Free, or Vegan. They only offered bread as a side, so I grabbed a bag of bbq kettle chips. Being a new celiac, I didn’t even think to look at the ingredients and they contained gluten :/ my fault!
My Celiac daughter loves all the gf soup options! They always happily substitute gf chips for the standard bread. A great easy quick stop, which is hard to come by for those with Celiac.
They normally have a variety of GF soups (offerings change regularly) and offer GF bread for an upcharge. I’ve eaten here a number of times without illness and I’m pretty sensitive.
Always offering 2 or more soups with GF ingredients. Soups are made next to each other and could splash over during serving, so I would not recommend Zoup to celiacs. I am gluten-sensitive and have never had issues with this place.
I have ordered a few times from here. Their nutritional information is very clear—many options daily for celiacs. I wish they would offer a gluten free bread as a side for the soup.
Soups are clearly labeled as using GF ingredients and all ingredients can be found on their website, which is helpful if you have multiple sensitivities. I eat salad and soup here regularly, and have never gotten sick.
The staff is always helpful & the menu is really easy to order from. The soup is tasty. I wouldn’t risk a salad based on the assembly area during busy times. I’m sure cross contamination would be very possible.
A few soups are made with “gluten free ingredients” and there are some salad options. Not the best place in town for gf food, but I’ve been able to successfully eat lunch here a few times and have not been sick.
They are supposed to always have a gluten free soup on the menu. I have never had a problem finding a yummy soup to eat. Love the frontier 7 bean and also one of the tomato versions. (I think creamy tomato?!) All GF soups are labeled on the menu.
why would I eat here when I can't even see what they offer me to eat? They're overly done website lists all kinds of things, except a gluten free menu.
Don't know why more people aren't here! This place has LOTS of options for us GF folk. Everyday there are different soups and many are GF. My sandwhich was made on a newly wiped counter, then on paper "shield" AND came in lettuce wrap! Wow Toussaint the cashier was so patient with my family of 5 as we all ordered. Find this place... you won't regret it.
I love this place. Fantastic soups. Tons of free soup samples. Extremely well labeled soups - GF, DF, Vegan, etc. They also have salads and sandwiches. They do not yet have a GF bread but the owners are working on it. I'm impressed with the cleanliness and the staff is very accommodating and friendly. The owners are working hard to make this a fantastic place to eat in a casual atmosphere. I absolutely recommend giving them a try if you are in the area. -Note celiac safe and they make that clear.