GF well marked on many and many choices. However, the food was somewhat bland. The tzatziki seemed to me as if it was sour cream with a little dill, not worth eating. The falafel was quite dry and rather tasteless. The chicken with carmalized onions was tasty as was the Mediterranean slaw.
The chefs cook in a somewhat open kitchen. Every one from the manager, to the waiter, to the chef's were very knowledgeable on cross contamination. I had the lamb chops and my husband had the filet mignon... both spectacular. They made sure to substitute anything containing dairy or gluten. It is expensive, but the quality speaks for itself. We will be returning for our next special occasion. One of the best dining experiences we had in a very long time.