Ordered miser wet, shiro with gluten free injera. Tested with Nima and it was not gluten free. Wife had the miser wet and she liked it enough for 3 stars.
Ethiopian food is pretty naturally gluten free, and Lucy has the option for all-teff injera (the spongy bread that you use as your dining utensil). Along with being gluten-free, it’s also more authentic than the part-wheat versions that most Ethiopian restaurants use nowadays. You just need to ask for it when you order. (There is some up charge.) For the dishes, again almost everything is already gluten free, but for the few items that weren’t, they were able to flag. My daughter loved it and felt great after. Tip - Call ahead to confirm the gluten free injera. Many places import it from Ethiopia, and I’ve had experiences at other restaurants of it running out. Tasty food. Leisurely service. I wouldn’t go here for dinner if you’re in a hurry.