My stomach hurt so bad after eating here. The owner has celiac so I felt comfortable eating there, but it didn't work out. They scrubbed the grill down before putting my pita on it and changed their gloves and used a new spatula. I think it was the grill. I never eat anything off a grill that gluten is prepared on. I also tried both soups, which they said were gluten and dairy free, maybe that was it? Idk.
NOT SAFE. The “gluten free” pita is cooked on the same griddle as the gluten pita, after only a scrape with a shared spatula. The fryer is not dedicated, both pita and the fries are cooked in it. There is just a big tub of flour at the start of the line (think chipotle style, down the line) for the gluten pita and it spreads into just about everything else. The lamb isn’t gluten free.
Nothing safe at all for a celiac. Attempted to make gyro using GF pita by putting sandwich paper in a pile of wheat flour. Lightly scrapes grill to heat pitas and meat - not a safe grill for celiac. And fries fryer is NOT dedicated. Wish I could recommend but do not even try for with any gluten issues.
Excellent Greek food, with a number of gluten-free options, including GF pita. They make your food in front of you, so you can see what precautions they are taking. They seem very knowledgeable about avoiding cross-contamination, so I think they are safe for all but the most extremely sensitive of celiac patients. The food is delicious, too!