80% of 5 votes say it's celiac friendly

497 E Alessandro Blvd, Riverside, CA 92508 Directions

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Sad because I went for sushi, and their sushi only operates after 5pm (I went for lunch.) However, I got tuna wrap which was full of flavor and the pad thai. Big portion and quite delicious!

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Yes

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I was so excited to eat here after reading all of the great reviews. Our waiter was excellent, very knowledgeable about allergies and food prep, he even knew to subsidize liquid aminos for soy sauce and gave great advice of which dishes would be suitable. I also have allergies to ( dairy, egg, soy, nuts and fish) so can get very tricky. Many of their dishes do contain fish sauce but they can make substitutes. Warning if you have other allergies their chicken comes prepackaged w/ a seasoned coating on it so he said he’d have the chef slice and cook a plain chicken breast for me. Waited a very long time which was fine as I knew they were making things separately for me. I got a modified chicken pineapple fried rice and chicken Pad Thai. When the food arrived much to my dismay my Pad Thai had egg and peanuts on it ( I’m allergic to both and had discussed w/ waiter). Not sure if during pick up they grabbed the wrong one or what happened. So I sent it back and then they brought back a new one within like 10 minutes which made me nervous. I probably shouldn’t have eaten anything after the precious mix up but I was starving and had been looking forward to this meal for a long time. It was delicious and generous portion. However, I got sick after eating it. So sad as I had such high expectations. Its very hard for me to eat out because of the multiple allergies in addition to celiac. Maybe if I was just celiac I would have been fine but just wanted to let others know of my experience.

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No

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Great restaurant! The tofu Pad Thai was amazing. Sushi rice is made with gluten free rice vinegar. Most of the menu can be made with rice noodles (which are thin and delicious). I have celiac and had no problem eating both pad Thai and sushi here (I’ve had issues elsewhere on both of those when told they were “safe”). The waiter was awesome about checking with the chef even down to getting the brand name of the sushi rice vinegar so I could look that up. Very impressed. Celiac safe, vegetarian friendly, and really great menu for the rest of the family too.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

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

  • None Listed

Categories

  • Asian
  • Late Night
  • Lunch
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout
  • Thai
  • Vegetarian Friendly

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They were able to make their crab fried rice gluten-free and it was good!

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Only had 3 options that they could make gluten free from the lunch menu. I got the chicken pad Thai and it was delicious. They were very accommodating though and kept all the food separate.

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😀THE WAITRESS WAS SUPER KNOWLEDGEABLE as to what they can do for me as GF😔no GF menu 😊They use liquid aminos for soy sauce😊I had a Yummy generous portion of chicken fried rice 😊 it was made to order😊The waitress confirmed it was GF (she asked the chef if he prepared it according to the allergy )before she even served it to me... We will definitely eat here again...Thanks GRA POW--I am super skeptical when it comes to doing outside of the home ...just an FYI

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