Deceitful marketing. This restaurant is not dedicated gluten free. They say they are “gluten free friendly” and another sign, which is way up near the ceiling, says it’s 99.9% gluten free. They use buckwheat in most of their dishes that is likely contaminated, as they can’t verify the source or tell me anything about it. I write to them and didn’t receive a response. I give it 2 stars only because the one hot dish that is gluten free (the tagine) is delicious. It is regrettable that they are misleading so many people over a fad diet. Celiacs, remember that the absence of symptoms doesn’t mean the food is safe.
From what I can tell, the food is all Gluten free but the beer was not. I got the Peanut curry bowl. This has an old school “health food” meets European fast food vibe. Chunky vegetables, brown rice and lots of turmeric. The bowl was $15.19. That’s a value considering the interior is comfortable, food fresh and there are desserts! It’s right at the Q and F stops and down the street from the 4,5,6 and R,W and I think the E is somewhere close to. So this is a find when you are in the neighborhood or going through and want something without having to quiz every menu and waitstaff.