They have several gluten free protein options, including that they recently made gluten free vegetarian options. They have clearly labeled options for gluten free. The food is in generous portions and is very good!
The food was good and the service was quick, but neither my friend nor I got what we had ordered. She asked for a rice noodle salad and got a soba noodle salad. I asked for a rice bowl and got a rice noodle salad. Both the rice bowl and the rice noodle salad are GF, so it wasn't a big deal, but it could have been. The receipt they give you in the store just has an order number on it - I received my actual receipt by e-mail later and saw that it reflected what I was given, not what I had ordered - so make sure to say that you "have a gluten allergy" (their words, not mine) and check your food before you walk out with it.
I've eaten at both this restaurant and at the food trucks and have always ended up with tasty food that didn't make me sick. The lemonade and limeade are also delicious.
"We are able to accommodate a variety of dietary restrictions, including vegan, lactose intolerance, nut and gluten allergies."
This three-truck fleet specializes in Vietnamese-style sandwiches, rice bowls and noodle salads, but if you're dining gluten-free, dairyfree, vegan or vegetarian, they're willing to make accommodations. Their gluten-free menu suggests their rice noodle salad with their Vietnamese Vinaigrette and your choice of chicken seasoning: spice rubbed, cilantro peppercorn, rosemary fennel or lemongrass. bonmetruck.com, @bonme
Great food! It seems relatively healthy, with a fresh taste. It's a great place for a quick lunch that isn't terrible for you