Looking for a great gluten-free sub? Look no further!
Jersey Mike’s Subs — that’s the place to go for a great gluten-free sub! They use Udi’s gluten-free sub bread, and they have two different sizes — regular and giant.
I have had several of their subs over the last several months, but the Club Supreme is my favorite. Jersey Mike’s uses Udi’s sub bread. It holds up well with both hot and cold subs.
In the last 20+ years, I never had a sub on actual sub-bread (sandwich bread is NOT the same thing). Jersey Mike’s Subs has changed all of that. Several of the choices on their menu is considered gluten-free. I’ve included a link to their allergen page. https://www.jerseymikes.com/menu/food-allergy
When you order a sub using Udi’s sub bread, the employees at Jersey Mike’s will prepare your sub separately from the other subs. They use clean paper and knives and they change their gloves. When using condiments, they use the original containers and a new knife to spread. I’ve been there several times and have never had any cross-contamination issues.
One of the additions that they offer for every sub is “Mike’s Way”. It’s their signature way to top their subs. It consists of onions, lettuce, tomato, red wine vinegar, olive oil, and spices. I’ve always gotten this (except the onions!) on my subs.
I tried a hot sub for the first time in over 20 years. The California Chicken Cheese Steak is very tasty and an excellent choice for a first-time hot sub. But, my preference is for the cold subs that Jersey Mike’s offers.
Editor note: There is a risk in eating out at a restaurant that isn’t a dedicated gluten-free facility. Only you can decide if it is worth the risk, given your own circumstances.