The food was good. When choosing ingredients of bowl/salad be cautious—some couscous had fallen into the hummus so I couldn’t get that. Overall, not bad.
Staff was very knowledgeable, but unfortunately not celiac safe. I got sick after eating here.
Fast food type of place. Staff was very knowledgeable about celiac and cross contamination. I was warned not to choose a certain item because it was next to a gluten dish. Rice bowl with chicken shish kabob was delicious and I had no reaction.
They make all 100% gluten free. only cous cous is not gluten free. fabulous falafels. great Salmon kobob.
You have to have someone help you. A lot of the food is gf , be careful around the yellow couscous and pita. They do have a gf pita that my daughter described more like a pancake. But everything is gf to go on top except the couscous. She had chicken and rice but they had a lot of salad options. Overall a good experience !
Rice is always half burned/dried out. Really ruins the meal. Meat is good. I alway feel tired and irritated after eating here though. Massive risk for cross contamination. Couscous spills into surrounding containers. The workers often jam the spoon of each ingredient into the pita when making sandwiches. It's not safe like chipotle where they dump it. They will throw the small pita on your plate so make sure to ask them not to.
Outstanding! The warm gluten free pita bread is amazing. The staff was knowledgeable and careful to make our gluten free orders separately with clean gloves.
Delicious food. The person who put my plate together informed me that she would wash her hands and change her gloves before making my meal. I think there's some risk of cross contamination because when they scoop the food out of the containers to put into a regular pita pocket, the scoops can touch the bread. I'm very sensitive though and I didn't get sick.
Roti is great and very accommodating for those with gluten allergies or Celiac disease! The manager comes over to make your meal to insure the safety of it. If you get the GF pita they wrap it in foil and then grill it so there is no contamination. There is possible contamination with the items that are next to the couscous, but just be aware and don't choose those things or ask if they have any that are not on the bar yet.
Fantastic! The GF pita was great. When I let them know it was a specific allergy they quickly switched gloves and went to a separate kitchen to prepare my "sultan sandwich". Delicious.
I recently started a gf diet and the one thing that I wanted most was some warm bread or a biscuit. Roti has gf pitas and it was delicious. It was actually soft and warm and they prepare it in foil to avoid cross-contamination. YUM!
This place is awesome. The GF pita taste great and doesn't have the weird texture that you sometimes see in GF foods. My favorite part about Roti is that the staff actually knows what is gluten free and what isn't. I feel confident that I can eat there without getting sick.
Great lunch spot w gf menu and delicious pita bread!
This restaurant is like Chipotle for Mediterranean food. There is only one item on the menu with gluten, pita bread. Quick and yummy.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I have celiac and my wife is gluten intolerant. We shared the falafel appetizer and the harissa chicken bowl. The staff seemed very knowledgeable about gluten free service and foods. They do not have a separate gluten free prep area and their food is arranged cafeteria style, but they prepare your bowl. The food was very tasty and I felt it was a safe place to eat because the staff appears very conscious about cross contamination.
— Separate gluten-free menu
They do have a gluten free pita! It’s dry and crumbly though, and if I go again I would just opt for a rice bowl instead. They will change gloves on request, but as others have mentioned there’s a high cross contamination risk from utensils touching floury wheat pitas then going back into the food. Not safe for Celiac.
The in store menu isn’t labeled for allergens, so use the website menu for gluten free items. The roti chicken is delicious, as are the gluten free falafel! I’d honestly go back just for the falafel and yogurt sauce.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
First time eating at this location. They didn’t seem as sure of what all was gf as the Union Station location (at Union Station they have told me a few times that the couscous is not gf but this location didn’t tell me that. If you do t already know that couscous is not gf, you could accidentally eat it and be glutened. While most of us already know that couscous isn’t safe, the workers should still tell you that in my opinion). They will change their gloves, but this location seemed more fertile ground for cross contamination than the Union Station location.
The food is good. I didn’t get sick. I would eat at this location again if I was near it. I just wish this location adopted the more celiac friendly policies of other locations.
We really enjoy Roti for the ability to build your own bowl and get just what you want. Most everything is gf, but there are some exceptions. My daughter built her bowl and the last step was sauces and she wanted to try the avocado tahini. Ok, so odd - the regular tahini is gluten free but not the avocado tahini. I forgot to check to make sure it was gluten free before they poured it. They were very gracious and made my kiddo a new bowl. They also have gf pita. Everything was super fresh and really tasty. We have eaten here for years and no problems.
— No gluten-free information on the menu