Gf meats, falafel, fries and hummus.
I eat at Lebanese Taverna a multitude of times as I live across the street. Having delicious choices is such a blessing. Like anywhere else you have to make sure the person at the counter is aware or cares of what gluten is. Those people are everywhere.
When I ordered, the staff member seemed very unsure of himself, and had to refer to their list of gluten-free food items about 4 times when helping me pick my sides. Sadly, I should have listened to my gut (no pun intended) and ran the other way. I took his suggestions and wound up ill for days.
The menu on the wall only lists a few, things as GF, but the counter attendant was very informed and was able to provide many more GF items by modifying the sides they came with. For example, kabobs were not GF because they come with rice, which has orzo added. But he offered hummous, potatoes or spiced rice instead. Food was pretty good, especially the shashouki.
I always give one star minimum for a restaurant that offers gluten that I don't get sick at. However the food is over spiced in my opinion, and the beef is like gristle for the most part. The dressing for my salad was a watery. This is the second time I've tried them the first time I was disappointed and I gave him another chance