Incredible food! I am from Texas and we needed a gluten free place to eat. They were so helpful. I ordered the Singapore Mei Fun and it was one of the most delicious dishes I have ever had. It was a rice noodle curry fried dish. They also made a special dish for my son that was also gluten-free with rice noodles lo mein style and it was also incredible. My son ate the whole thing. I am so upset this place is not near me after I found one of my favorite dishes ever!
Had the rail trail omelet with home fries instead of toast. Very tasty and gluten-free according to the menu/server, but I found out otherwise later. I'm only gluten intolerant (not Celiac) and frequently tolerate cross-contamination, but this was a whole other level of getting glutened. I don't even know what would have had gluten! Not fun. It was so delicious, I might go back, but only if I have nothing else to do that day..
They had a separate gluten free menu, with the most delicious whitefish I've ever had. It came with quinoa pilaf and vegetables, and the sauce was creamy and light. I would definitely eat it many more times. My gluten free dad had a ribeye steak with mashed potatoes as well and he enjoyed it immensely. A wonderful outdoor seating area with a pretty view of the lake, try the whitefish if you stop by.
Had pulled pork on a GF bun with Honey Garlic sauce, 5 Jumbo wings (insanely HOT) they are! and 5 Jumbo wings (honey BBQ). Son had Seafood Bowl and fried green beans. Wife had Large Side House Salad & F. Green beans Very tasty. 3 diners 3 Thumbs Up! Under $60
I am an extremely sensitive celiac. We went as a group and ordered nearly every gf item on the main menu, 24 h later, I feel perfectly fine.
The staff is friendly and knowledgable, the food is very good and the menu is well marked. It isn't the broadest selection (most of the sushi but only 7-8 dishes are gluten free), and the bulgogi isn't gf, so you end up substituting either chicken or seafood for it (which is a bummer imho). The jap chae was a particular highlight. Also they have gluten free soy sauce (not Tamari, this uses rice with the soy in the fermentation) which really works well with the sushi.
this restaurant isn't celiac safe. They have gluten free buns, but not a safe kitchen. the options on the menu aren't marked either, and there aren't many options either. the menus stay inconsistent for the non gluten free as well, though. The waiter had to point out which items were gone and told about the new items that weren't on the menu. despite the menu, the staff were very friendly and tried to help us as much as they could.