Not a dedicated gluten free facility.
I am sorry to read about someone else's bad experience here, but I have Celiac and have never had problems (there IS risk of cross contamination). The service is excellent. On my last dine in occasion (2019) the owner actually came out as soon as our table had been given a gluten containing injera by mistake to fix it and apologise—this was before we'd even had a chance to look at it. That's the only time a mistake has been made there.
I love all of their options I have tried (udually get a 3-5 combo plate to share) and the juice is delicious. I've moved out of Boise and I miss this place; the Ethiopian places where I am now don't do GF!
This was the first place I went to eat after being diagnosed and I got extremely ill. I knew all of the cross-contamination from my mom who had celiacs before me so I knew what to say. They cooked everything on the same surface and I got very sick. It’s better for people that don’t have a cross-contamination sensitivity.
They had this new bread option that was gluten free.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Almost everything is gluten free. Have yet to have a bad meal here, never got zapped.
Calling all celiacs seeking mouthfuls of flavor with an Ethiopian kick! I go here all the time and it doesn't seem to make me ill. You have to make sure to get the teff injera bread, not the normal injera. The flavors are seriously good. Plus you'll have a fun eating experience-- make sure to wash your hands because they will be your only utensils!
Kibrom's Ethiopian menu is almost all GF. He makes separate GF injera and clearly labels it on the menu (many Ethiopian places add wheat flour to their injera). Only items with gluten are spaghetti dishes and kicha bread. GREAT find in Boise!