I have celiac, and even though I was assured that what I was ordering would be made GF, I got very sick. I think the servers genuinely believe what they are saying, but that the rice is not certified GF (for cross contamination) and the cooks may not take enough care.
After asking for gf menu and making a repeated point to ensure the food was gf the server STILL brought out food with gluten. She thought that it was gf since the noodles were rice noodles but had NO idea that the oyster sauce and soy sauce wasn't gf. Finally I asked a different server what sauces they used and she told me...the original server had NOT marked I was gf. I was sick for 3 days!
House of noodles is not Celiac friendly! It's only taken several times I've been poisoning me for me to get to the bottom of it but they do not have gluten free ingredients Kama although the store takes care and separates the food they cook the race itself is not a gluten free rice when I tried to explain this to the owner he told me I was lying to him and it was impossible that I got gluten LOL he then proceeded to tell me to go to another store and not come back. very disappointed with the ownership of this company I highly do not recommend going to this restaurant to even give them a chance.
Im really sad because I was going to leave them a good review but things have just gone down hill. We have ordered from them several times with no issues but then got a bad order. The manager was super sorry and made it right by buying us dinner and letting them try again. Then another order was made my husband got sick and called to ask about their rice if its certified gluten free or not and was questioned by the owner of how did he know he got gluten and then was told not to patronize his store again. So long story short not to be trusted and really doesn't care about allergies.
I don't recommend House of noodles for celiac I placed my order with the manager "one order of chicken fried rice and one order of sweet and sour chicken gluten free please" she gave me sweet and sour chicken gluten free and non gluten-free chicken fried rice.
I have Celiac and I had the Pad Thai and my (non-celiac) boyfriend had the Spicy Drunken Noodles (but he got them gf because he eats gf for me.) the waitress was very knowledgeable. Huge portions of food, I didn't get sick, and both were very, very tasty! Definitely will go back!
I have Celiac disease and have eaten at this restaurant many times and never gotten sick. The waitstaff is well-versed in what contains gluten and what doesn't. There are tons of menu options to choose from. I personally love curry and all of their curry dishes are gluten free.