They don’t have a dedicated gluten free menu but they do have some options and they are clearly marked on the regular menu. I ordered the sweet and spicy bowl, and informed the waitress I was gluten free. I even asked her before ordering if she could go and check if the specials were gluten free. So our food came out, and I’m about 5 minutes into eating it when I see a pasta shell in it. And then I found another. When the waitress came over she assured me they weren’t supposed to be in there. She took it away, had the chef make me another but by that time I had lost my appetite and the anxiety had taken over of wondering whether I was going to get sick from the cross contamination. They ended up covering our whole tab which was nice. The manager came to speak to us after bringing out my new dish and asked me to please use the word Celiac Disease next time instead of just saying gluten allergy, because they take the two to mean very different things and they would have been more careful if I had told our waitress that I was asking for gluten free because I had Celiac Disease.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
I was so gassy for 3 hours after
I highly recommend this restaurant! They have tons of gluten free options including appetizers, desserts, fish (crusted), salads, bowls, and more. The food was delicious and the service was great!