One of my favorite places to eat. Lots of options!
Nasty, dirty, dedicated allergy area absolutely not even if the sign above the area says so, the considerations for cross contamination are no where to be found at the buffet area or cooking area. My husband and I ending up with the worse headaches 1 hour after we left and my digestion system hasn't recovered yet and it's been weeks. I will never ever eat there again and I warn everyone even those with no allergies to stay away just because of the filth. Need proof take a stroll through there. Can't believe this place isn't on a health inspectors list.
This is an excellent restaurant that is very allergy friendly. It's a "fix it yourself" kind of buffet where you can pick different things to throw into a stir-fry. All you have to do is tell your server that you have an allergy and they will give you an allergy ticket. They have some gluten free sauces up there and all you have to do is read the stickers. When you get all of your food, you go up to the grill and hand them your food, sauce, and especially the allergy ticket. Then they will take it in the back and cook it for you so that you don't have to worry about cross contamination with the foods on the front grill. I don't know for sure if it's Celiac friendly or not, but they take food allergies or special diets very seriously there, so I would ask.
Very helpful and friendly. They have an allergy zone for allergies and food is cooked separately. We let the manager Matt know of the allergy when we came in. They let us pick out the meats, sauces and spices we wanted first and then got everything fresh from the back to avoid cross contamination. Rice noodles were cooked well. Create your own gf Mongolian dish! Gf beers and drinks too.
Sauces marked as gluten-free. Will cook food separate to not cross contaminate. Very accommodating.
There were no problems with gluten being in the food we had a quick great meal. They cooked the gluten free meal in the back.
The staff is very accommodating of any allergies or sensitivities. Simply tell them that you have an "allergy bowl", and they will cook your food on a separate grill so your food doesn't mix with anyone else's or get touched with the same implements. You build your own bowl, so there is risk of cross-contamination, but you can see what items are stored next to what you're serving. And you can always ask for them to bring an ingredient fresh from the back: just let them know you have a dietary restriction.
Food was ok. Most of the "menu" is naturally GF, just ask which sauces are. What I did not like was that they had to take your food into the back to cook on separate grill.