This was delicious! Clean food, healthy food, delicious food. I ordered the Mediterranean Chicken (which was not dry AT ALL!) with a Greek Salad side and a Roasted Veggie side (I specified I had Celiac/wheat allergy) and not to put bread or croutons on the salad. It didn’t come with any of the bread or croutons on the meal at all. Gf items were clearly marked on the menus and after speaking to the manager she said they can make other menu items gf by modifying certain meals and taking off the bread. I’d certainly go back!!!
The rice is NOT gluten free. I repeat: NOT GLUTEN FREE. The staff had no idea. I'm feeling it now.
DO NOT TRUST ZOES. I used to eat there all the time, but after multiple disappointments, I realized that Zoes is not safe for someone with Celiac or any other gluten sensitivity/allergy. Two examples come to mind: I ordered a "gluten-free" Greek salad, and I stressed that I had Celiac disease and explained what it was and how they had to prepare my food, but my salad was brought out with pita bread on it. Another time, the last time I went there, I mentioned to the woman taking my order that I had celiac, and I ordered the rice pilaf. After going to Zoes for MONTHS and ordering gluten-free and stressing that I had a condition, the woman that day was the first person to tell me, including the many managers that I spoke to, that the rice pilaf is NOT gluten-free. No wonder I got sick every time I went there! I just assumed that the spices on their kabobs were too intense for me. I am very disappointed in this chain, and I will never eat there again, nor will I ever suggest it to anyone with dietary restrictions.
Lots of GF options and the menu is clearly labled. Told them I had Celiac's and the manager made sure that the kitchen staff changed their gloves before making my meal. They also suggested ways to order some of their items that aren't labled GF so that I could enjoy them if I wanted to try those items. Not everything can be made GF but they try their best to do what they can. Very friendly and accommodating staff.
Excellent gluten-free tuna salads (two types), chicken salad. The potato salad is not great, but it is gluten-free. Wish they had bread for sandwiches (like the Corner Bakery Cafe next door), but it's a great lunch option either way. The dressing on the table is gluten-free and delicious!
Have clear option on menu as to whats gluten free and what items are not gluten free. Very tasty.
Menu is clear what is GF. Lots of options.
Great gluten free options available!
Great food always have a good experience.
Zoe’s Kitchen is a Chipotle like restaurant in that you order at the counter, clear your own table, casual eatery that specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. Their menu denotes the GF items and everyone was friendly and helpful. They also had a GF chicken salad that was delicious.
Good food, but I've gotten a short black hair in my meal a few times now. No one in my family has black hair. I overheard the back counter staff talking smack about another customer's dairy allergy, which a front counter staff member tried to defend. I have celiac disease, and multiple times I've informed them of this and not to put pita bread with my meal. My salad has come out with pita on it and I've had to send it back. If you've got food allergies, don't bother going to this location. It's obviously a joke to them.I've tried multiple times with this location, but I'll start going back to the other location in Roswell, even though I was excited about this one opening as it was closer.
I ordered the gluten free chicken salad with fruit plate. I am celiac and ultra careful. I was horrified when it Can with pita bread on top of it. ??? Someone not doing their job and made me wonder if the staff is familiar with celiac at all. The replaced the meal but I still don’t trust the place. Otherwise the cauliflower bowl was good.
Many GF options, clearly designated on menu.
Absolutely 100% safe for celiacs! Very serious about their menu.
This location is consistently unable to get gluten free correct. Every time I order I specifically tell them no pita due to a gluten allergy yet each time my food arrives with pita sitting on top of it. And their solution? They hand it back to the kitchen who literally in front of me just takes the pita off and hands it back. No attempt at all to get it right and take serious precautions for an allergy. I have had numerous conversations with various store managers and the problem continues and management does not take a serious approach to the severity of the situation. Do not eat here if you have any sensitivity at all. They disregard the allergy and are extremely unsafe in the handling of your food.
I’ve been three times; the first two times were a fine, but got glutened on the third. I had a good experience the first time ordering, but got someone unfriendly and uninterested in my requests on the second and a clueless person on the third visit (asked to speak to a manager on the 2nd and 3rd visits who was more responsive). I think this one is a crapshoot for anyone with severe issues.
Gluten free, vegan, and vegetarian options. Can also at soy free and cane sugar free.
I have been to Zoe’s kitchen on the east coast and was excited to see one open here. I waited a bit before going. I was pleasantly surprised today when I spoke with them about gf and glad to hear if you tell them you have a gluten severe allergy they will change gloves and clean their kitchen space. A lot of there menu is gf. Mediterranean food. I love the kabobs and rice and salad.
GF items are listed on the menu, and there is nice variety. Make sure to ask for no pita even if you say gluten free. They will also change gloves upon request. I haven't had a reaction yet at this chain.
There were a few items on the menu that we could eat. The chef was very knowledgeable about how to prevent cross contamination and used separate utensils etc. No gluten free toasts or breads or buns, and we did have to eat a modified meal. They initially brought us wheat tortillas which we identified and had swapped for corn tortillas, so not perfect. Ate safely and yummily, but it did take significant work!
Ordered gluten free chicken salad and fruit plate but my wife had gluten reaction. Must be cross contamination in the prep area. Guess they weren't careful enough. Won't go back again.
Explained I had celiac and was gf when ordering. Ordered family size. Got home and slaw had large chunks of pasta in it. Called and working manager said I could bring it back and they would replace. I explained that their whole coleslaw batch is now contaminated but she still wanted me to bring it in to exchange. I declined and will wait for general manager to call. Very mad and scared to return!
I'm picky on top of having celiac. Got a kids meal with salmon kebabs and veggies for the side. Kebab was delicious! Veggies were OK. The manager suggested the fried potato salad. It looked too close to German potato salad to me and I prefer mayonnaise versus oil. He gave me some to try and it was so good! kind of like southern fried potatoes ! Very knowledgeable about celiac from the front counter to the grill.
Very fresh, menu listed with GF, changed gloves for preparation and took my Celiac allergy seriously. Will definitely come back and recommend this restaurant! We got the chicken kabobs, Mediterranean chicken classic, and sides were potato salad, roasted vegetables, seasonal fruit and marinated slaw. Delicious!!
Great selection of GF and Vegan options for lunch and dinner. Eat in or take away.
I want to like this place, but they stuck bread on my “gf” salad, and I’m pretty sure they just pulled it off my plate in the kitchen even after I explained. Have had some good experiences at different locations; always have to be really clear about gf meaning no bread, and ask for a glove change. Food is always great but I don’t know how safe it is for a celiac.
For a large chain, Zoe’s Kitchen manages to maintain a local cafe feel. I really like the decor at the Falls of Neuse location. The variety of gluten free options leave much to be desired but the ones that are offered are great. Where else can you get gluten free falafel that is healthy because it is baked. The bowls are pleasantly served and taste good. Looking forward to test the other options.
So many options for gluten free eats! This place is one of my favorite restaurants in town. Shrimp Kabobs are the best!
Main menu is clearly marked, and there are A lot of options. I only had one time out of a dozen where I felt the slightest Cc symptoms, that was after HEAVILY dousing my food with there special seasoning blend (which I no longer do). Really good food
Zoe’s is a great place to go. Several items are GF & well marked. We enjoy the many veggie items as well. Staff has been very friendly and even gives a few pieces of pita on the side for the one that can have gluten.
Zoe’s offers up some good gluten free options. All of their food is very fresh and the staff knows which options are safe and which aren’t. Their soup and salad combo was perfect for lunch and their Greek dressing is GF as well.
Oh how times have changed. Used to be great, portions getting smaller, and though I was assured what I ordered an hour ago (cauliflower rice bowl with lamb) was gluten-free, now I’m super sick. Watch out celiacs, this place is just catering to paleo dieters now.
The staff is very helpful as along as you let them be aware. I am very sensitive to cross contamination and I’ve yet to get sick after their yummy gf dishes😊
Tons of options for gluten and dairy free intolerance, I recommend this place.
11 am - 9:30 pm
11 am - 9:30 pm
11 am - 9:30 pm
11 am - 9:30 pm
11 am - 9:30 pm
11 am - 9:30 pm
11 am - 9:30 pm