While there is no dedicated GF Menu, the main menu is marked. Every dish that is GF made "as is" is marked accordingly (eg chicken corn soup, walnut shrimp, etc). In addition, the kitchen has GF soy sauce available. I'll order any dish marked GF. In addition, I can get chow fun (rice) noodles made with GF soy sauce. Service is professional. Eat here about once a month, have for years, and never have a problem (and I'm one of those celiacs who would be vomiting before dinner is over if I get contaminated). I simply inform the staff that I am "gluten-free, not by choice" and they deal with it.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu