First time, got to the bottom of my rice bowl before I found a wheat noodle. Second time, the food was absolutely disgusting and inedible. They also always send me with soy sauce packets on my gluten free order. While I was really hopeful, because the staff seemed to be knowledgeable when I called ahead, the food is not good enough for the risk.
Good stir fry. If you let them know when you come in that you have an allergy, they take precautions against cross contact. There are a lot of gluten-free ingredients. The Ginger water and garlic water are gluten friendly. Sweet N sour and mango BBQ sauces or gluten friendly.
They have a dedicated gluteen free menu on site. It is a build your own bowl resturant and everything is labeled gluteen free when giving your bowl to the cook they ask if you have any food allergies very gluteen friendly. If there is gluteen in your food it's most likely that you didnt pay attention to the options when making your bowl
It was doing so good. The reassured me they would clean the grill off for me. Easy to find the gluten free options. But I found 3 noodles on my rice :(.
There’s little selection for gluten free and there’s huge cross contamination. I chose everything gf and walked out feeling awful because of the cross contamination. They don’t have any good gf sauces or even gf soy sauce. The only reason they get two stars is because everything at the building bar is labeled.
All though the food is good and the waiters\waitres's are very acknowledgable my mom and i are celiac and they keep on removing the sause's that we can have and that we like we will never go back until they bring back salsa roja😡
No deticated gluten free menu but the manager will walk you through the line (like a "Chipolte" setup) and show you what is Gf and not. It also has stickers on the window of the food which show if it contains gluten/soybeans/dairy etc. They do cook everything on the same grill so for those who are celiac I would take caution. Ate here for the first time and the food was amazing and I didn't get sick!
This is the second time eating here and it’s gluten-Free friendly. The manager will come out and talk to you about what your options are. Thankfully because the waiter admitted that he was clueless. All items list if they have wheat in them. Just take your time to make sure that you’re getting something that’s not ‘next door’ to something that has wheat in it. Example would be the imitation crab or spicy chicken. Even though all of the ingredient options have their own utensils, there of course could be cross contamination if someone dropped something in there. Most protein & vegetables options are all GF. The ones that aren’t are located up front to reduce the risk of cross contamination. TELL THE COOK yourself that you have an allergy and they’ll clean your portion of the grill before they cook your food.
Great food, super friendly about allergies. Never gotten sick here and eaten here a lot! Everyone in my family loves it. My dad is salt free and safe here, too.
Not celiac friendly, I called ahead and spoke to the manager. I was assured they would prepare my celiac children’s food separately from the other food on the grill, but they put it right next to some being prepared with noodles and sure enough, my daughter’s bowl had noodles in the rice. I brought it to the managers attention and he acted like it was no big deal and barely did anything. We will never be back.
You have to make sure that you tell the people at the grill you have a gluten allergy and you need them to cook it in the back. All sauces are marked gluten free, and the waiters are pretty knowledgeable about the gluten allergy.
Build your own stir fry. You hand select everything tnat goes in it...fresh veggies, meat, seasoning, sauce...then pass your bowl to the grill where you select rice, noodles, or cabbage. The Mongo BBQ Sauce is gluten free and is labeled gf.
Super gluten free friendly. They have a list of which items are gluten free so you can easily build your own bowl and they will clean the grill for you before cooking your food. I'm super sensitive to gluten and I've never been sick.
the waiter was very knowledgeable and made sure that the person on the grill knew it needed to be clean before they fried up my food. Overall the food wasn't too bad
You need to say "allergy" when giving your food to the cooks and they will give you a different colored number tag. Once watched when they prepared my dish and they first cleaned the pan to avoid cross contamination.
Unfortunately on my trip no one was able to accommodate a gluten allergy, food was prepared on the same grill so cross contamination is all but certain. I'm newly diagnosed and gave it chance, but this place is unsafe for Celiac
While they have GF options I got very sick when I ate there. I told the girl that I have an allergy and need the grill cleaned. She seemed less than interested and halfway muttered "allergy" when handing off my order. I should have made sure they cooks acknowledged but I didn't. I was sick for days. If you are a celiac DONT eat here.
Does not have GF menu. Only 2 sauces available-bbq and sweet and sour. Even manager wasn't knowledgeable about GF sauces. Cross contamination is very likely
I love this place. You build your own meal with the fresh ingredients you want. the sauces are labeled as to what contains gluten, and the cooks will take it and cook it on a separate grill in back. My Waiter asked me if I had food allergies before he even asked what I wanted to drink. I'll not sure how safe this place would be for Celiac's because of potential cross contamination, but I have gluten intolerance and have never gotten sick.
This place is GF (and vegan) friendly, but I won't be eating here ever again. The risk of cross-contamination (by customers) is very likely. I've witnessed too many gross things done by customers handling food. If you want to avoid this, go right when they open - then the grill AND food will be clean for sure. The staff is *usually* super nice, and they *try* to keep the food clean. If you like this place, get a GG card. We've gotten plenty of free bowls here before we stopped going.
This particular place does not have a gluten free menu as advertised. The host didn't even know what items a gluten intolerant person could eat. At least the host was honest and didn't try to give me unknowledgeable BS.
The staff is very knowledgable of gluten free items on the menu. My favorite go to place to eat in a hurry.
Mgr told me none of their items were GF just Gluten friendly
After reading another person's review, I was looking forward to trying this place out, especially as family members have praised it as a great place to eat. When I got there, I explained I was gluten free and received a special card to indicate that. I asked for brown rice when I chose a starch. When I received my bowl, I dug in but surprised to find two noodles in it after a few minutes. I called our waitress over and the manager over. They apologized and offered to replace the bowl. Having just gone gluten-free and researched this place, I was disappointed and no longer hungry. I hope this was a teaching opportunity for the those working the grill and thank goodness I didn't get sick.
Absolutely horrible. The staff had no idea what gluten was. They couldn't tell me what what gluten free other than two of their sauces. I didn't feel safe eating there so we left. I don't recommend this branch at all if you have a serious allergy.
great food. gf options are clearly labeled
Everything was labelled well. don't chose items next to a wheat containing item. may have cross contamination. You will need to ask to have it cooked in the back so it doesn't get cooked on the same surface as all the others.
Asked if they had GF menu and they had no idea what I was talking about. Did not know anything about gluten :( I went ahead and did the build your own and was pleasantly surprised to see items labeled if it had gluten, soy, etc. I'm glad I went with that choice! When I gave it to the cook, he even put a special tag to show allergy :) better experience than I expected