Short: delicious food, several GF options.Long: frustrating process. A friend wanted to eat here so I tried to see in advance if they had any GF options. Couldn’t find anything online but one reviewer in their history said their celiac child could get something to eat.I Facebook messaged them asking if they had any GF options and they responded with “we’ll take care of you.” They probably thought they were helping, but they weren’t.I went. They have both their lunch and dinner menus posted outside. Dinner menu has lots of GF options right on the menu. Lunch menu had no GF markings on it. Problem: only a couple things were on both menus.So they only have 2 soups. I asked if one was GF and they said no. I asked if the other was GF and they said no. I asked for a house/side salad and they don’t serve that at lunch, only a full meal salad. I got Pad Thai because it was one of the things also listed on the dinner menu and has GF by it. It was very delicious and I didn’t get sick.5 star food, 3 star experience.Come on Kelly Jae’s, just make the lunch menu look like the dinner menu and post them online. And when someone asks a question, answer it.