They have Gluten Free & Dairy Free Menu but you need to ask specifically. Cross check again depending upon the staff of the day will determine your experience to order. But food is my fav go to meal if in doubt order Lamb Kebab, Vegetables and fries. I go there often so I taken a photo of the GF Menu so even if staff is new I know what to order and just be specific to mention it's GF & DF
— Separate gluten-free menu
The server was extremely knowledgeable. My husband ordered something I could have as well. Thank goodness he did because I got to try the musfar. It was fabulous. Everything was amazing. We will definitely be back.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Stick to the gluten free “hearth” side of the menu - I didn’t have a problem but I wouldn’t say the staff were super knowledgeable about gluten.
They have a gluten free and vegan menu. However their staff is not aware of how their food is made. The waitress said that their falafels were gluten free but cooked in a fryer with gluten items which is ok for us. We ordered 2 dishes with falafels in them. (Substituting tabouli out). We started eating the meal and then a server ran over to ask if we had a gluten tolerance issue, which both of us have. Apparently the falafels are made with wheat and the server and waitress started having a open discussion about her lack of knowledge. Anyway got the menus back and really could not find anything that was vegan and gluten free beyond salads and sides. Have loved this place in the past but will avoid now that I’m GF. Would be better for non vegans and non vegetarians
DishDash has a gluten-free menu and they *do* disclose that they can't prevent cross-contamination. I wouldn't have normally risked it, but I saw good gluten-free reviews on Yelp and I was there for a work dinner. I ordered the V. Sabanech and I made a fourth of the way through my dish before I became extremely nauseous and had a headache and brain fog. I threw up- which I usually only do when I eat gluten directly (I do react to cross-contamination, but I've never thrown up from it). It was bad, really was like I had eaten a not insignificant amount of gluten. I would never come here again, and I would absolutely recommend that any people with Celiac stay away.
They had gluten free menu with lots of options. We had chicken kabob plate. Very delicious. Will be back.
Yummy food. Bad reaction. Never again. The waiter wasn't as understandable as ones before-- maybe that was the problem. I ordered what I was assured a gf dish. Either it wasn't or there was something otherwise tainted in the dish. Sad because the food is flavorful, just not worth the pain.
Awesome. Knowledgeable staff, safe experience, great atmosphere, incredible food. This place is high on my list of must-visits when I'm in the area. Can I just say again how delicious the food was?
Very delicious food. They were very accommodating and there were enough options that our table of four could order family style and have all the dishes be GF. Hands down, I would go again.
traveling to the area, we came here from a recommendation. nice place. the front manager was not much help but she offered the gluten free menue. i have a lot more restrictions so the server helped alot to change the mashwa, sea bas, so i could eat it. very nice
Super tasty kabobs! Not dedicated gluten-free. They do have a separate GF menu. Had the chicken kabobs (huge portions!) and grape leaves as a starter. Didn't experience any CC issues the two times I've visited.