The website touts being food activists and catering to allergies and gluten free. Was so excited to try this place, even when you walk in, there is a giant writing on the wall stating "Vegetarian, Dairy free and Gluten Free". My mouth began to water with the thought of some delicious middle eastern food. So i ask the gentleman behind the counter the usual questions. It turns out the gyro is frozen and "probably" has gluten. He follows up with the schwarma (both kinds), kofta and most other meats probably have gluten as well. I asked him to double check and he went and spoke with another gentleman there who just shook his head. He came back and said, you can only have a crepe and a pita, but nothing inside of it. Wait, what?! That is right, for a place that goes out of their way to state they are food activists and cater to allergies, they weren't sure what was in any of their food, other than the the actual crepe and pita could be gluten free.If I could give them 0 stars I would. Unfortunately we left disappointed and aggravated. These were not kids that were working behind the counter, these were grown men who might have been an owner. I would say at the very least it was false advertising.I'm interested to hear if anyone else has tried this place with different results.