This place is amazing for celiac. My mother and I both have celiac and we came here for lunch and were very happy with the amount of options. Ask for the gluten free list and they will give you a paper with all of the options. The owner was so nice and helpful.
The green salad options are GF, but the only dressing option is oil n vinegar. Condiments are easily cross contaminated by croutons. Baked potatoes are GF, but the soups, breads, pizzas are all gluten toxic. Not s place you go to for atmosphere, it's more like a 50's cafeteria feeling.
I did not know Souper Salad had so many gluten free options! It was helpful that they not only had everything listed on the gluten free menu online but there were tabs on the salad mixes like the yummy Worldorf salad, that listed if the item was gluten free in the restaurant.
Great tasting gluten free soups ♥.(when they are displayed. i always call before hand cuz they don't always have them out sadly) and everything that's gf says so which is convenient. Never got sick once here.
If you have celiac, do not trust the signs on the soups & desserts even though they say "gluten free". Since my best friend has celiac & we're both vegetarian, we don't always have many options when choosing a place to go eat but after debating it for 30 minutes we finally decided that Souper Salad would be a safe bet. We were both very excited to see that they actually had a gluten friendly & vegetarian soup that was very very good! They also had the desert area labeled with things that were gluten free (pudding/whipped cream/fruit). I'm not sure if it was the soup or deserts but one of them was NOT gluten free. Immediately after we left she started to get extremely sick. I honestly wouldn't recommend this Souper Salad to anyone. I am extremely upset and angry that they advertised these items to be gluten friendly when they weren't.
All their soups without pasta are gluten free. The ranch dressing is gluten free. I think all dressings are. Taco meat is gluten free an taco shells are corn. Lots of gluten free things to eat there.
I went to one of the San Antonio locations last night and they still had items posted as gluten free. I agree that there is a risk of cross contamination but in my opinion it is lower than most restaurants where the food is out of your site for long periods of time. They do need a GF salad dressing though.
always something for our 4 year old celiac. she actually loves the place. great that they label the foods now. still, this is Santa Fe and you can only trust them so much. we've never had a problem though.