NOT SAFE FOR CELIACS. I got sick after eating off the gluten free menu, and the “gluten free” pita smelled like wheat so I didn’t eaten touch that. However, the food itself was delicious, so if you’re not sensitive I’d still consider it an option.
Best gluten free pita and sweet bread I've ever tasted. Very helpful staff!
simply amazing food!
Oh my goodness I can't even describe how amazing this place is! The gluten free pita bread is phenomenal, the flavorings and spices are all wonderful and the staff is incredible! They also have an entire freezer section of gluten free breads and such. I wish I lived her because I would eat here all. The. Time. If you are in Phoenix and have Celiac, this place is a must visit! Even if you are not Celiac, this place is a must visit!! You will not be disappointed!!
Best gluten free pita bread, so soft and so yummyyyy!!! Can't believe it's gluten free!
Gluten Free pita that has consistency of regular wheat pita AND tastes good! But it's the lavosh that is the greatest miracle. It actually rolls without falling into pieces! I actually cried with joy when I had my first homemade burritolike sandwich in years.
They have a great selection and the owners are very nice!
This place is heaven on earth.
My husband and I had kabobs and GF pita and it was GREAT! We also happened to notice that the have pita and GF spinach pie things for sale in their freezer. We will be back for sure! :D
I had the shish and lamb kabob. The staff was very knowledgeable and the food was amazing. We were amazed that the pita bread was gluten free. We spoke with the owner and he was very nice. He showed us that he had a huge selection of frozen gluten free foods ranging from the famous pita bread to meat pies. He stated that 98% of his menu could be made gluten free and that he would be happy to adjust the items as needed. I would very highly recommend the joint.
seriously the best pita bread out there. I have had it twice, and I know other celiac that have eaten here with no problems. I admit I have not been here in a while because when you buy their pitas by the dozen they package them in a bag that has the ingredients of their regular pitas - only they cross it out and write "GF" on it. There is a small language barrier, so I was not comfortable going there a lot. BUT, I heard recently from a friend that they have the correct labels now, and they have a family member with celiac. chances are there has never been anything to worry about. I was been cautious. I think it's time to return!
This arabic bakery and cafe has the most amazing GF pita and lavash that they make in house daily. Also GF meat and spinach pies, and tabouleh. Pita is made in a dedicated space and you can hardly tell the difference! Better than any store bought Gf bread out there!