Two Stars for offering gluten free bread choices, but still not ok for those with Celiac disease because they assemble your sandwich on the same counter as the regular sandwiches, and do not take precautions to limit cross-contamination (ie. changing gloves, placing paper down before assembling sandwich, using a different knife to cut the sandwich, etc).Also staff aren't trained/knowlegeable about gluten allergies and do not know if any of the meats are gluten free. Its too bad because I used to Love eating at Nardelli's before being diagnosed with Celiac disease.
I alwayd get the chicken pepper prosciutto sandwich, which is amazing. However, I once ordered a different chicken sandwich, gluten-free, and they used breaded chicken. Just because the bread is gluten-free does not mean it's a gluten-free sandwich. I got very sick, but it was still tasty.