They had items marked on the menu as ‘gluten free’ that had been fryed with gluten containing items. Very scary watch out!
They still have a lot of gluten free items available that were not fried.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Menu clearly marked and have tons of options. But, the label fries gluten free—they share a fryer so careful there and as always make sure to tell your server you’re celiac to avoid some of the marked items. Had gluten free crackers for the dips, really delicious food!
The staff clearly does not understand cross contamination. The falafel is not gf due to a shared frier! I found this out the hard way as I was sprinting for the bathroom in DSW and doubled over in pain within 20 minutes of eating here. If you are Celiac, run far, far away!
Fantastic food! Menu clearly marked. Manager came out to talk to me and thoroughly answered my questions. I got the watermelon-feta-mint salad and lamb. Both were amazing. Walked out in a food coma.
Never I have ever walked into a restaurant and have the server ask me first thing, if I had any food allergies she needed to be aware of. She basically had me at hello. The food was incredibly delicious. Totally worth the money. Highly recommended.
Can't speak to the food because I ultimately decided not to dine here, but I was surprised to find the manager so uninformed and unaccommodating regarding celiac and cross-contamination concerns given all the positive reviews from others on this app. When I arrived and asked to speak to the manager about their GF options and what kind of kitchen policies they have to prevent cross-contamination with gluten containing items the manager did not understand what I was talking about at all. I tried explaining what I was asking in different ways but he could not even tell me if they use separate/clean cookware for GF/allergy sensitive dishes. He was very rude and condescending during this exchange and kept pointing to the GF symbols on the menu as if that explained everything. He said others come in and order GF items and just eat it, they don't ask all these questions. At that point I decided it wasn't worth the risk to my health and we left. Very disappointing experience.
All GF items were marked on the menu plus additional items could be made GF. Our server was well aware of Gluten and cross checked on who required GF once the order was taken and when food was served. My GF daughter received GF crackers when we received normal bread. My daughter had lamb tenderloin with rice and vegetables which she said was exceptional! The whole family enjoyed our meal!!
When I ordered, the staff member seemed very unsure of himself, and had to refer to their list of gluten-free food items about 4 times when helping me pick my sides. Sadly, I should have listened to my gut (no pun intended) and ran the other way. I took his suggestions and wound up ill for days.
The menu on the wall only lists a few, things as GF, but the counter attendant was very informed and was able to provide many more GF items by modifying the sides they came with. For example, kabobs were not GF because they come with rice, which has orzo added. But he offered hummous, potatoes or spiced rice instead. Food was pretty good, especially the shashouki.
Hummus comes with rice crackers instead of pita if you let them know you are gluten free. We tried the hummus trio of traditional, garlic and spicy all of which were great but the garlic was my favorite. The menu is clearly marked with what is GF and there are many great options for meals and starters. Everyone of the four in our party loved their meals. This was a hit and we will be back.
Terrific food! however I still had gotten sick after eating there. Not sure how come, could have been cross contamination. Be sure to speak to a wait staff to confirm. Our waiter had changed out, first one did not understand English very well, not sure if the cooks took all precautions.
Gluten free options labeled on the menu and the waiter checked with the chefs about items he was unsure about and to ensure no cross contamination. I had the hummus sampler with rice crackers and Shwarma chicken salad. Delicious and no reaction after!
I always give one star minimum for a restaurant that offers gluten that I don't get sick at. However the food is over spiced in my opinion, and the beef is like gristle for the most part. The dressing for my salad was a watery. This is the second time I've tried them the first time I was disappointed and I gave him another chance
Several GF options. Waitress brought pita and olive oil blend to the table. When I asked if she had a GF alternative, she didn't bat an eye, warned me that the olive oil wasn't GF, and hurried over some rice crackers. Really good experience with them. Oh, and yeah it was delicious!
This place is delish! Even before I went gluten free the menu here was always full of options it was hard to decide. After going GF I took my mom to eat there one day and was just gonna stick to kabobs n hummus but saw they had a gluten free menu. I was surprised to see just as many options and even find all my favorite items in their gluten free version. Best place to go to fill up on new gluten free food! Yummm
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