No longer has any gluten free items. There are things marked gluten free on the menu but when I asked the employee not to put bread on it since I am gluten free she said nothing in the restaurant is gluten free even though it says so on the menu.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much/None
Unfortunately I was stuck in terminal 5 for a layover only leaving me two food options, both with tough reviews.
I came here and it is marked gluten free. I got the Mango Chicken Bowl without the sauce (sauce has soy sauce). I did test this with my Nima Tester and no gluten was found - I tested the chicken, rice, and Brussels (they told me they were baked). That being said this plain chicken with no sauce was one of the worst tasting foods I've ever had in my life. It tasted like a boiled manufactured version of real chicken. Sides were better! I am grateful the airport had some option, but I have mixed feelings on this review.
I gave a 5 star review solely based on the fact this turned out to be GF and I did not get sick. Taste should matter but safety matters to me more.
I didn't ask them to change gloves I simply asked what was gluten what was not and no bread please. I think someone could eat safely here, just minimal options
Ended up getting a refund and not eating the food. Items are marked on the menu as GF but everything came with bread (not stated on menu). I took my meal back to the counter and asked for a new one without toast. One of the workers said, “just take the toast off.” Yikes. The person at the register was nice and said no, she needs a new one without toast. I waited another 5 minutes and was handed a new box…with toast. So I ended up asking for a refund. Also, they did not change gloves to handle my food and she was handling bagels at the same time.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Everything that is GF was marked as so and was delicious, though, I’m pretty there is the possibility of cross contamination just because of the way the line is set up. Will come again, but I am also not celiac, just intolerant!
Mango chicken bowel without mango sauce. Delicious and Nima approved!
Communication was incredibly difficult in a rushed buffet style. Lots of utensils moving from item to item with guaranteed cross-contamination.
Decent food for the airport. Staff knew what changes to make to dishes to make gluten free.
Everything clearly marked. We had Mango a Chicken without the mango sauce!
The staff was pleasant and knowledgeable, however they serve from a line. Half way through my GF chicken and veggie bowl I found a glob if macaroni and cheese. They offered to make another meal. I opted for a refund and their sincere apology. It’s not that they don’t know or care; they just are serving a whole lot of folks in a hurry.
Fast food buffet line with clearly marked GF options. (Different salads etc, but also mains: gf short ribs and Gf mashed potatoes and amazing looking gf macarons and brownies)
Patient and helpful staff, tending to my gf needs. Delicious food. Pricey, but so is every restaurant in the airport.
A lot of options that taste good and are good for you! They’re not dedicated gluten free but everything is labeled.
The choices for gluten free items was very limited. I was sad because there were no gf salad options other than green salad. I added poached salmon and it's delicious, but $17!? No gf soups, and the soups looked amazing.
After a culinarily disappointing trip, finding Lemonade at my terminal was a real joy. I have Celiac Disease and they easily accomodated my needs. A selection of foods are served in portions from a cafeteria-style line, but this is better than cafeteria-style food--I had seared Ahi, mushroom soup, and tomato, basil, and mozzarella stacks. Foods are clearly marked for allergies and vegetarian, but make sure to also tell them that you have Celiac, as some of the add-on sauces are not gluten-free.
Well labeled food choices including a dessert! (Macarons). definitely glad they were in my terminal and would be back. Tried the curry butternut squash salad and it was delicious.
Excellent option when traveling thru LAX. Well worth going to Terminal 5. High end cafeteria style. Well labeled gourmet salads, soups, fish, meat. Price reasonable for LAX.
I have celiac and ate here and did not get sick.
I had chicken jerk soup and sautéed veggies in olive oil.
Great buffet restaurant in LAX terminal 5. I won't eat at chipotle because of possible cross continuation but this place does it right. They are very careful to label. Prepare and serve the gf food separately. What a treat!