The gluten free pita and bun are are great and soft!
I went here because I saw other GF people recommended it. I stressed the importance of GF, saw the server ask the kitchen staff questions and them nod in understanding, then had them serve me regular pita bread. I asked to confirm that it was GF and the food runner picked it up and said he'd get me gluten free pita instead. Then they brought me GF pita that was placed in the same grill as the regular bread! After I had stressed how sick I would get and even asked about shared grills. This was not the only mishap during my visit, just the most blaring. I will never go back and do not recommended to any celiacs, unless you just go for happy hour margaritas.
— Not at all
— Separate gluten-free menu
This restaurant is celiac friendly :)
The food is decent and they are pretty knowledgeable about cross-contamination (though like most places “can’t guarantee...”). They have a good GF menu for me and my daughter loves pretty much everything on the kids menu (she is not GF) so we are all happy! I have never gotten sick here and go fairly often.
Mixed on this place, service wasn’t stellar and food tasted good but got sick. If you’re looking for a place that meets your dietary requirements then skip this place, you’d be better off with iced water. No menu for dietary restrictions and staff seemed unaware of food allergies.
I get sick every time I go there. i am not celiac but something gets me every time and only eat a very few things there.
Greek restaurant without a specific gluten free menu but do have an allergen list. Always able and willing to modify as needed and change their gloves before handling my food.Fresh salads and good hummus. Have it a 4/5 only because they don't have a desperate GF menu.
read the nutrition link. pita jungle does not provide a separate gf prep area. eat here if you want the chance to be cross contaminated.
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