I've eaten at this location many times safely. It is best to go when it's slow if you have celiac and need to avoid cross contamination. Except for the falafel and the traditional pita, Roti's entire menu is gluten-free. They also have a gluten free pita that is pretty good.
Delicious, nutritious and offering unique flavors. Quiet clean atmosphere. Will bring you veggies to have with the three bread sauces. 5 item Veggie sampler was colorful, generous and carefully hand plated with a fresh lettuce side salad. Had with the spinach rice. Chicken with sour cherries was good with the spiced rice. Lots of gluten free options.
I had a burger and a piece of pie. The homemade bun was unbelievable, the best gf bun I have ever had. So nice to have a place use homemade instead of udi's. The lemon angel pie was heaven, and they had 3 different options for gf pie. The one hostess swears there is no cross contamination during preparation and to say something to the waitress to be certain that they keep it free of cross contamination from the kitchen to table.
What a great experience we had! We interacted with several people who all were knowledgeable about celiac and the importance of making sure that food was handled safely. They were very focused on avoiding cross contamination from the time they took our order until the time we left. The food was great too! We highly recommend eating here.
I asked about the gluten free options and she told me a pecan roll. I was expecting a bun with caramel and pecans but it was so much more! A delicious concoction of ground nuts fruit and cream. Wow. Will be back tomorrow to see what's new.
Disregard!!!! I thought I was reviewing Orsay in Manhattan!
No GF menu here, but they understand the concept of GF. I asked for a salad in lieu of French fries, since they don't have a dedicated fryer. Fries still came out on my plate. Okay for me, but someone with CD would need to send food back.