Like all Jose Andres restaurants, they have a well marked allergen menu. However the gluten free options weren’t as exciting to me and were limited. I ended up having digestive symptoms as well... the menu says there’s always a chance of cross contact. I probably wouldn’t try this place again.
Very, very few choices for Celiac GF diet. Wait staff was knowledgeable and there was a comprehensive Allergen menu, however, most is not GF. It is a small dish/sharing type of menu, but I found just a few dishes I could have, one small appetizer, two small vegetable sides, a rice dish and a noodle dish. I don’t eat fish or seafood, which may have had additional selections. The few things I had were good.
Terrible experience. Many of the dishes I tried to order they told me would have to be modified to the point where my only options were rice, cucumbers, and tomatoes;( Do not recommend for Celiacs.
Food was delicious but there is definitely risk of cross contamination.
Incredible! Such an eclectic mix of flavors from Peruvian, Chinese and Japanese influence. They have one of the most comprehensive allergen menus and know how to prepare GF incredibly well in addition to Vegetarian, vegan ( soy free, nut free, finfsh or shellfish free!). Kind waitstaff who care about their dishes and your health
Ask for an allergen menu! Staff was friendly, wine and food were amazing. Highly recommend the rice noodle bowl and braised beef. Pricey place but so delicious!