Nothing marked. They have no idea what is GF and they don't have a menu, but yes they do have GF things they say.
No GF pita or bread, only offered salads, not dedicated frywr
The hostess was patient and went through the menu with me. We were seated and a waitress came by quickly for drinks and questions. At this time I sensed that she would rather not serve celiacs, but she assured me that they would watch out for cross contamination. I had a bare burger on a salad. The food was served promptly and tested with a Nima sensor. The meal failed. At this time the waitress took my plate, disappeared and didn’t return. Another member of the part found her and settled the bill. The hamburger had been removed from the tab. All is well, just lost some time and ate from my stash.
Menu on the wall said the lentil soup was gf but tomato soup was not gf. The menu they handed me had them reversed.
Menu I was holding said tomato was gf. I gave my celiac talk and the waitress then nodded and offered me pita bread. I asked her to double check the tomato soup and she said one of the ingredients is wheat flour despite the gluten free label. Do not eat here if you have celiac.
Beef kabob was good. Several gf choices including tomato basil soup. Rice was a bit dry but veggies were very good. Not sure that wait staff is very gluten free aware, however choices are labeled on the menu
Good service. Quickly changed gloves and didn't act put out by it like some places. I had the chicken Shawarma rice plate. It was good but a little dry but I forgot to have them put the Tahini (sp?) sauce on.
Very good, quality ingredients. They changed their gloves to prepare my rice plate and my gluten-free pita was prepared in foil to avoid cross-contamination. Their tahina and spicy sauces are gluten-free.