They advertise a large gluten free menu but in reality their "gluten free menu" is 5 small items that barely constitutes a meal. They do not make special gluten free items, instead they merely point out the items that were already gluten free to begin with. When I asked a question about an item I received an ear full of sass from the cashier about my request. They have gluten free soy sauce on available to appease those suffering with this good allergy but they will not cook with it. I am extremely disappointed in my Pei Wei experience and will not be coming back any time soon.
They have a few menu items labeled GF, but it seemed random. The staff definitely needs some training and I would have appreciated if a manager would have answered my questions. The food was good (I did not get sick) and I would go again.
FYI for those with Celiac disease: a manger emailed me back to tell me that they do NOTHING to avoid cross-contamination. He was honest in telling me this. Said their space is too small to prepare things in a separate area, or use separate utensils. Sounds like a celiac nightmare. No thanks! I would probably try it if they put a bit more effort into cross-contamination precautions though.
Excellent place to eat. Cleaned the surface before prepping my pizza and kept the toppings in separate containers. Tons of topping choices. Plus, great taste! My family loved the regular pizza too. And...not extra pricey! Will eat here again!