if I could give this place 0 stars, I would. they refused to rinse spices off of the meat before grilling it for me. we tried to talk some sense and they would not budge. NOT in the least accommodating. >:(
I was looking forward to trying the gluten free options at Umami. But they don't use a separate fryer from what I was told today (11/19). I elected not to take a chance. The meal my friend ordered looked and smelled good. Portions were generous. But if they don't even have a separate fryer I can't imagine that they understand.
Food tasted good but they were not knowledgeable and I got sick. I did call to ask more questions to figure out what went wrong. Don't let them serve you the sweet potato chips. If you don't need GF, was a nice place, but I can't eat there again.
Owner was super accommodating and really cares about special diet diners. The falafel salad was excellent and he surprised my mom and I with a complementary cupcake made from a local gluten-free, vegan baker. Visited in October of 2015. Read my full review over on my blog: http://www.eatingoutwithout.com/2015/10/umami-global-bistro-review.html
Very good GF choices. Shortfalls - Chicken kabobs need more flavor/spices. Salad was good but waaay too salty.
Cozy Mediterranean spot with good food. Menu has symbols for gf and vegan.