1) I had a meal here and did not suffer from it, despite the fact that my food had a risk of cross-contamination. The food was fine; neither wonderful nor awful. My wife had something non-GF, and was not particularly impressed. The place itself was dark and not particularly interesting.
2) On the plus side, they were *great* about informing me of gluten hazards. Both the waitress and the chef were really very clear, forthcoming and understanding. Props to them! This is why I list them as celiac-friendly. And that would normally earn the Federal 4 stars from me.
3) But considering the cross-contamination hazards they outlined, and the limitations of the menu, there really is very little here that anyone with celiac can feel safe eating. This is basically a diner (never good for celiac sufferers) with a few more upscale specials, and only one or two of the specials were GF.
4) So when I want food of this sort, I go to Geer Street Garden, which is *wonderfully* GF friendly and has a better atmosphere.
Our family loves the simplicity of their menu and none of us has gotten sick eating at Sun Rose. We have found that their hours in the evening are not consistent and have been disappointed several times by finding the restaurant closed. Call ahead before going to dinner at Sun Rose.
Great food. I didn't have a bad reaction just be sure to ask if everything on your plate is GF before you eat it. I almost ate a spring roll that was put on my plate by accident. The good thing I asked if it was GF before I ate it. The mango rice dessert was yummy best mango I ever had!!!