Food is always delicious & gluten free. I have never had any issues eating here. 4 stars because even though the food is always yummy, the same dish may taste slightly different depending on your chef.
Doesnt really seem gluten free. I was so excited when I saw GF Hibachi mentioned in the other post so I called in. They couldn't tell me what kind of flour they used and referred to it as "the common flour" and explained "we don't know that our hibachi is gluten-free" :/
I personally would never trust a restaurant that can't tell me what kind of flour they are using in the kitchen so I will not be making the trip.
Definitely study the online menu before ordering as there are items you can not have if you are celiac. No dedicated fryer so stay away from the chips. Was able to get a burrito bowl and it was good. The staff was not that knowledgeable but tried their best to accommodate.
Not safe for Celiacs.
I was served what I thought to be a Gluten Free bread with my meal, but have been severely sick ever since. The hostess was nice, but our server just wanted us gone. Plus the food is not very good. We got the mac and cheese for the kids and it was barely cooked and looked like it had been sitting for a few hours. The chicken was very chewy.
I guess try a different location if you want to try Isaacs.
I'm not sure what everyone is raving about. My pizza was burnt and the fat girl at the counter had a major attitude just because I wasn't sure what I wanted right away. Then, she ignored me when I was ready.