Ordered on doordash, clearly stating “gluten free” in the comments. Received my food covered in tortillas. When I called the manager said he “didn’t know how to” rectify the problem for free since I used a delivery service, which only gave me the option to refund half of the price of the food via a gift card. I ended up getting an Uber to take me to the storefront where the owner remade all the food without tortillas for free. While I was appreciative, I wouldn’t recommend this food again as I did get an upset stomach after paying $50 for the family platter that really only served two adults. We probably weren’t “glutened” because we have other allergies, but worry about cross contamination. THE LANGUAGE BARRIER IS VERY PROBLEMATIC as they do not know what “gluten free” or “gluten allergy” means while ordering. Be aware and watch the food prep!
I’ve eaten here twice, gotten the beef kabob both times and loved it. No reactions at all (and I am allergic to a LOT).
The food was very good! It's Persian, which we had never had, and we enjoyed the new tastes. However, there was a language barrier that was a challenge. With some effort, we were able to confirm that the flour tortillas were cooked in a separate area from the meat. The language barrier caused us to end up paying for an extra dish that my son had changed his mind and ordered something else. 😕 The waiter was very nice, but not very quick to refill glasses etc. Didn't get sick. My young daughter, who admittedly is very picky, really liked the food. Most of us got the mixed Kabab with jasmine rice and a salad. Hole in the wall kinda place. Could use a good wipe down, but wasn't particularly "dirty". Mainly table cloth "plastic" was a bit sticky. If I lived in the area, I liked the food well enough that I'd come back. But I'd would work on the communication to make sure we didn't order more then we wanted, and maybe ask for the table to be wiped down if it feels sticky. However, I know plastic can give the impression of sticky over time when it's actually clean. They might want to consider ditching the plastic table cloths.
This place is good food with no gluten on there grill chicken make sure you order the one with out dressing on the salad tell them with no wheat tortillas Im a gluten free guy and I eat it a lot and no problems they dont have a gluten free menu but for what I see they cook they chicken and beef on a different part of the wheat tortillas great food