Not a review but a heads up to those who rely on nima testers. The way that nima testers (basically an ELISA test) leads to false positives up to 21% of the time. You can be certain that there is no gluten if the result comes back gluten free, but if the result says there is gluten, there is only probably gluten. Not dismissing any claims of the safety of this restaurant, it may very well be that there was gluten in the food. Just be aware of the fact that Nima testers can yield a gluten result when there is no gluten to be found.