Celiac's should avoid this place. It's a death trap. If you are choosing gluten free it's probably great. Spoke with manager, items clearly marked GF are patently NOT GF. All fried items are cooked in a fryer they cook chick tenders in and are thus not safe. The lamb was also marked GF but manager said it had "a little" flour in it to thicken it. For those that will get sick, having gluten contaminated things marked as gluten free is worse than not having anything marked at all and claiming ignorance. Be forewarned and talk to the manager, the signs don't mean anything.
This is the best Mediterranean restaurant you will ever go to. They serve cafeteria style and everything is labeled with: gluten, nut, dairy, vegan, and vegetarian. Everything is delicious and every day has new main courses. The hummus is fantastic (all the different flavors) and the prices are reasonable for how big the portions are.
Fadi's is set up with a buffet line. Each dish had a labels to show they were gluten free, dairy free, and vegan. It made finding what I could eat so easy and it was all delicious. The staff were all friendly and we had a great lunch.
The servers had no idea what gluten was. I got the manager and he told me what I could eat. I instantly started feeling sick and looked into the ingredients of what I was eating. Turns out the Parsley salad has wheat. I will never eat here again. They should have known especially when they advertise that they are gf😟
I already added another Fadi's to the app but I wanted to make sure everyone knew there was more than one. The original Fadi's location is beautiful and had the best Mediterranean food I have ever had, gluten free or not. Everything is label for these things: gluten, dairy, nut, and vegetarian. It's a great place for anyone with food restrictions. The food is great, reasonably priced and you will never walk out hungry. Served cafeteria style and with different things everyday you will never get tired of coming here.Bring some crackers from home because they have the best hummus (4+ types too and different dips!) And Turkish tea that is to die for (make sure to ask!)