This is a wonderful place for celiacs, as the owners daughter (son?) Is also a celiac. She pointed out all the items which were gluten-free and even offered gluten-free pita bread (fell apart just like other gluten-free breads I have eaten!). Great food too, with GF falafel - made in house - and various GF shish kabobs
The owner spent a lot of time with me going over the menu and what could be made gluten free. She was very knowledgeable about cross contamination, and made me feel comfortable getting food for my daughter (who is gluten free) here. She did also mention separate cooking spaces for items that were vegetarian so those items would not be cooked in the same space with meat. They also have gluten free pita bread!