Well, I just got glutened, so it’s safe to say I can’t recommend this place if you are very sensitive or have celiac. I already knew not to get their GF pita - it’s reheated in the same oven as the regular ones. Cross-contamination galore! But tonight I got the fried cauliflower, and falafel salad, with chicken shawarma. Everything is marked GF but I’m sick right now, so I just don’t think there’s a good level of awareness about cross-contamination in the kitchen. All that being said, the food itself tastes good. So if you’re not celiac or super-sensitive, you maybe OK. Just consider yourself forewarned.
So good that I almost teared up. GF Pita is a bit tough, but fantastic and holds up. Doesn't break apart from sauce. I walked in the door and without being prompted (ordered online), they walked me through their measures to keep cross-contamination to a minimum.
This place is amazing! This is my first review. I couldn't believe they offered gluten free pita. There is no butter in the rice! It is so hard for me to find a place where I can eat food that doesn't have dairy or gluten. I was in heaven. We tried so many things, even desert, and I had no reaction. That is amazing! Plus the staff/manager was so accommodating and pleasant. The whole establishment was very clean too, you can see right into the kitchen. I've worked in restaurants my entire life, trust me. Go here. Eat. Enjoy.
My chicken skewer was delicious and the GF pita was outstanding. However they charge $2 extra for it. My husband who is not GF had a gyro and asked for no sauce. They delivered it with sauce. He brought it back and they brought it back again with the sauce on it. He gave up and ate it but wasn't happy and they didn't check in at all. I may be back but he probably won't be joining me.