They had no information on allergens, no gluten free menu. One gluten free item on the menu (mac and cheese) but I was not confident enough to try it because of the lack of information about anything
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Good variety of healthy options. Most of the menu is gluten free. I have never gotten sick eating items from their menu. I usually have one of their lunch bowls. They do sell Gluten Free muffins that are sourced from a local bakery. However, I do not think the bakery is celiac friendly. I have been sick after trying a muffin but I cannot say 100% that was the culprit. Regardless this is a great place to grab GF lunch!
Unfortunately, Grabbagreen has added wheat wraps to the menu. An employee told me they do change their gloves after every order because they have to be careful of several different types of allergies. They really need to remove the sign on the wall that says ‘100% Naturally Gluten Free’.
I noticed the cook was touching equipment handles after making wraps so I asked for him to change gloves before he makes my salad. He happily changed gloves and then went on to touch the same equipment again before handling the lettuce. He obviously had no concept of why I asked him tp change gloves.
Everything is supposed to ge gluten free but they forgot to mention the wraps are not and they touch everything. Unfortunately I got glutened.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Delicious food and my experiences have always been positive. It's always frustrating when a formerly dedicated gf restaurant adds a gluten-containing menu item like wheat wraps - hence the few recent poor reviews here - but everything else is still gluten free. If you feel comfortable eating at Chipotle you will feel comfortable here, very similar setup. I have never gotten sick here.
Great place for clean eating options! Quinoa noodles. Build your own bowls with lots of veggie and protein options. Choose noodles, quinoa or greens. A little more expensive for a quick lunch stop but food was worth it❤
NOT 100% gluten free as advertised. The tortillas for the wraps are made with wheat. I took a bite and could tell they weren’t GF. When I called to confirm, I was told they were gluten free, but I was still unsure. I came back to ask to see the ingredients on the package and saw the “Honey Wheat” label. I’m so disappointed as I’ve been coming here often believing there was no chance of cross contamination. Unfortunately I no longer believe this is a safe place for people with Celiac.
They claim to 100% gluten free. "Gluten Free" is even stated on the wall. I asked the waitress if everything was gluten free and she responded that it was. Then I asked what their wraps are made from. Her response was "whole wheat." The tortillas were also open on top of the rice pressure cooker. Definitely not safe.
The entire menu is gf so long as you don’t get the wrap. I’m a sensitive celiac and have never had a reaction, I go at least 1x per week. Obsessed with the Mediterranean bowl!!
The food here is yummy and good for you...sensible portions are offered with a friendly, hands on owner. I love the gluten free varieties and the availability of breakfast all day....I'll be back soon.
Great tasting food and smoothies! A little over priced for the amount of food you get, but worth knowing it’s 100% gluten and dairy free!
Update: now that they offer wraps I have not been back and do not plan to. It’s too bad because it was tasty while it was GF!
Juice and smoothie bar that also offers some amazing cafe foods to include breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Tons of vegan and vegetarian options. Organic coffee. EVERYTHING is gluten free except their wraps, which can be made into a rice or greens bowl instead. Very clean eating friendly. Super willing to answer questions and customize. Very fair prices. Love. This. Place!
This is no longer a dedicated gluten free facility.
Without getting any sort of notice of the change, I ordered a wrap, the French Quarter, assuming the tortilla was gluten-free. It tasted particularly delicious but I didn’t think much of it. I guessed they used quinoa or buckwheat as the base. Unfortunately, after asking, and after ingesting it all, I learned it is a whole wheat wrap. Now there is nothing I can do but brave the next week with pain, distention, muscle aches, brain fog, and the whole slew of symptoms of gluten contamination.
Dedicated gluten free facility and delicious! We had the Mac and cheese and a Mediterranean Sea bowl with chicken, spinach, brown rice, peppers and more. Fresh and tasty. I’m so glad we found this place!!!
Everything is GF except the tortillas for the wraps, which are GF but not processed in a GF facility so unsafe for celiacs due to potential cross contamination. They assured me the wraps are prepared in a separate area of the kitchen; I still ask them to change their gloves just to be safe. Food is fresh and delicious!
So I was a little disappointed today to see that they now offer whole wheat wraps. I asked when I walked if they were no longer GF. She said no we are and I immediately pointed to the sign. She said well that’s new. So I said...then you’re not longer a true Gluten Free restaurant 😢. They said they keep the shells separate, but I don’t know the protocol on when they prep, meaning is there a separate station for it...so no chance of CC?? So disappointed, food is great and I really just want a stress free experience.
very sensitive to cross contamination, so i have not eaten out at a resturant in over 5 years. saw this place was dedicated gf and decided to try. while the food isn't the greatest, it's safe for celiacs.