— All food is gluten free, some drinks may not be gluten-free
Not Celiac friendly, and honestly, not that great food anyways. I had mango shrimp. It was mediocre at best, and I had a reaction after eating here. Had to cross a potentially good place off the list of local Celiac friendly places to eat. Be careful.
Delicious food with many gf options; reasonably priced with attentive staff.
Made me sick, so I tested the leftover curry and seafood soup with an EZ gluten test kit. Both were positive. This place is NOT gluten free.
I've been here several times, and generally love it! Usually get soup and fried rice, because they are kinda pricey overall, and those two items will feed me and both my kids.
The last 2 times I've gone though, the GF combo Chinese fried rice has been very oily and salty. I'm hoping that's not a permanent recipe change!
Tomato Egg Drop soup: Awesome!! Seafood Tofu Soup: Awesome!!
Awesome Burmese food with a dedicated Gluten Free menu. Not overly salted like another Burmese place in Palo Alto. I was scared the tea leaf salad would be drowning in salt but it was perfect. The coconut rice isn't too sweet and the portions are large (2 people with an average appetite).