66% of 3 votes say it's celiac friendly

325 Northwest 2nd Street, Corvallis, OR 97330 Directions

Reported to be doing delivery AND takeout during the COVID-19 pandemic

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They have a dedicated gluten free menu!


Quality & Quantity

Is there a gluten-free menu?

— Separate gluten-free menu

How much of the menu is available gluten-free?

— Some

How would you rate the taste and quality of the gluten-free food you tried?

— Excellent

Updated 3 months ago read full review


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I'm celiac and had the gluten free egg flower soup and Singapore noodles. Delicious and forever my favorite Chinese restaurant. Wonderful and caring service. We will always go back!

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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A mini gf menu that accommodates vegans and meat eaters alike. The egg flower soup is gf. Love the veggie chow fun! Eaten here hundreds of times safe with gf friends and family alike. Do not eat deep fried food here (as I suspect the others who have rated this restaurant, did not ask about the oil) they share the fryer with gluten. Some of the food on the gf menu is fried, so I would use substitution to ask for what you want. They are accommodating about it.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

Gluten Free Features

  • Allergen List
  • Dedicated Kitchen Space
  • Gluten Free Menu


  • Asian
  • Chinese
  • Dairy-Free Friendly
  • Delivery
  • Online Ordering
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout
  • Vegan Friendly


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I got sick there so badly! They cooked my gluten free food in the same pan as everyone else's! They don't understand gluten free. They do use gluten free ingredients. However cross contamination is beyond them.

Celiac friendly?


Updated 4 years ago read full review

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I thought I would check them out, but they didn't understand what I meant when I asked what procedures they use in the kitchen to prevent cross-contamination. He told me they just use gluten free ingredients. Which is obviously not the same as gluten free food. Anyone trained to cook or serve gluten free food would know exactly what I meant by that question as the necessary procedures are extensive. Some restaurants follow them, most don't bother learning what gluten free is about or how to do it. This restaurant is one of the latter. They told me they have had a gluten free menu for 5 years, so in all that time no one has looked up celiac disease or kitchen protocol for gf cooking. Very very disappointing!!

Updated 5 years ago read full review

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