Wait staff was knowable about the menu and what could be made gf. None of the fried food is gf because there is only one fryer. The curries are gf and delicious.
Live the food here. The menu does say what is always gf and what can be made gf. Staff is knowledgeable
Excellent delicious options, but ask lots of question to be clear. Needed to confirm when items were delivered. Did not get sick.
Delicious, but not sure if it’s Celiac safe. Ordered noodle dishes several times being told they were gluten free (and I explained Celiac), but later found out their rice noodles are cooked in same pots as gluten/wheat noodles. Yikes! I have subtle symptoms, but damage is still done in a Celiac’s body. :( Hopefully they’ve made strides to be more Celiac friendly.
Delicious with lots of gluten free options.
Most dishes GF, or can be made that way. I was the only Celiac person in our group of 8, ordered all GF, and everyone loved all the shared dishes. Don't miss the tea leaf salad!
Amazing food. Can make any dish with gf tamari instead of soy sauce. Doesn't help for flour noodle dishes or things that are breaded but opens up the menu quite a lot!
Best food any where. Amazing flavors, textures, and visuals. Very GF (and other allergy) friendly. Just talk to your server
My favorite restaurant in the whole wide world! They are always so knowledgeable of allergens. I have never had a bad reaction from their food and I am celiac! I highly recommend the tea leaf salad.
Update: No Noodle dishes here are GF even though they are marked as so on menu. I confirmed with a manager that they cook all the Noodles in same water. Tea leaf salad, pumpkin pork stew and coconut rice are all safe and so yummy!
How is food able to taste this good?! Don’t order noodles in the evening as they’re reheated in gluteny water. Otherwise some of the best dishes I’ve ever had, and if you talk with the server about being celiac in person and avoid noodles it’s all completely cross-contamination free for this very sensitive celiac.
Loved Burma Superstar pre-celiac, and had a positive experience at Burma Love recently. However, I had a reaction to some cross contamination tonight. I ordered take out, and think it would have been better for me to order and eat at the restaurant.
Lots of gluten free options! 3/4th of the menu is gluten free. My daughter got her meal and was convinced it had gluten sinxe it was so good-it was gluten free! She has celiac and had no problems, the coconut cury is amazing.
I love the food here, as there are many gf options, but as a Celiac, I got consistently cc'd after eating here. Finally I went in at lunchtime when they were not so crazy busy, and asked our server, who knew immediately what the problem was. Although they use rice noodles, they are cooked in the morning and heated up later in the same water as wheat noodles. Knowing this, I don't order any dishes with noodles, and have not gotten cc'd again.
Super delicious. LOVE the tea leaf salad and pumpkin pork stew. Make sure to let them know you're gluten free and they can work with you on any changes. I am a celiac and never have a problem, other than wanting to eat more!!!
Window shopping in Alameda used the app only place to come up was the German place and chipotle... So walking to chipotle saw the menu at Burma Superstar (zagat rating) ask the host if they had any gluten free option and she said they could make many of the dishes gluten free. She said they have gluten free soy sauce and rice noodles.,, perfect! And the food and service was simply perfect!! And I'm about 98% sure they are Celiac friendly.