The food is all cross contaminated so not suitable for a celiac, bread crumbs are in the fresh vegetables!
Has fork style pittas and salads. Great food!
Very well informed. The place was recommended by the Sioux City Celiac support group and I was not disappointed. The manager talked me through what I could order (some meat / sauces not GF) and knew from my mentioning Celiac that they would prepare in the back. She mentioned her daughter has celiac so they are more aware than other franchises would be.
I love pita pit but just going to point something out if you’re celiac. Same goes for places like Subway. I don’t care if they change their gloves, the staff put on gloves and the dip into the veggies while touching flour wraps. They put on new gloves for a celiac. Doesn’t change the likelihood that there is now some amount of gluten in the veg. If you want to be low risk the only way is to ask them to get the toppings from a fresh bag!
They have a new GF pita. Made with rice and soybean flour. Most ingredients to fill pita are GF as they are natural. I’d say about 90%. GF disclaimer about not having dedicated space in kitchen and there is a possibility of cross-contamination. I called and spoke with a very nice woman who was more than willing to accommodate me; do a glove change etc. Had the GF Chicken Caesar Pita. It was great! GF pita was pretty sturdy too. They seem to be very knowledgeable especially after reading the information they have posted on their site about GF and celiac disease.
They can make any pita a salad if you ask, but some locations also have gluten-free pitas!