I stopped here in a rush after realizing that the Boston Public Market was closed for an event, and I needed to get dinner. When I asked the cashier for no pita on my tofu rice plate, he asked if it was for an allergy. I said that I couldn't eat gluten, but didn't specifically mention celiac (I said that I knew there were risks, etc). Then on the receipt I saw that he had put in an "allergy alert" to change gloves. That is great for restaurants to spontaneously ask about allergies and stay on the safe side! It was very good food. I will say, though, that the Large size was very large (two generous servings!).
Sometimes it’s good, sometimes not so much. I talked with the ownership team, and they alerted me that depending on how busy it is, they will use the same flat top that cooks meat to cook/heat the pitas. I have seen pitas on the flat tops multiple times. If they are cleaned well, you should be fine since the ingredients are GF, but in a busy moment, chicken is going right in the flat tops after the pita is removed. Proceed with caution, but very very very delicious.
Definitely tell the cashier first. I only said “no pita” and caught them putting a pita on top of my food, then checking and taking it off. I let them know that this wouldn’t work for me, and they made my order again. My fault for not telling them it was an allergy, but I definitely won’t make that mistake again. The food is delicious, though!