66% of 6 votes say it's Celiac friendly

3414 Fremont Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103 Directions

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Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

This place is my favorite. They switched ownership a couple months ago and the new owners are the kindest, friendliest people. I get the chicken pho and it’s delicious. I’d come here every night if that wasn’t weird.

Celiac
4 months ago
Not celiac friendly

I decided to try this place because of the good reviews on here. I got the chicken vermicelli, which was mediocre at best. (Nothing compared to Bol Pho's). The woman at the counter assured me that vermicelli bowls are all gluten free. What ensued was the worst gluten reaction I've ever experienced in my life. I don't know if there was some other ingredient that my body was also sensitive to? But I was miserable for an entire week after this meal and I will never set foot in here again!

Celiac
1 year ago
Not celiac friendly

I came here specifically because of the location and this app. While they seemed very aware of what gluten is (they made sure to warn me hoisin sauce isn’t GF), it was difficult to ascertain what was safe. They did their best to be accommodating and answer my question, but there was a bit of a language barrier. I went for pho, but we decided this wasn’t safe so I had spring rolls with my own GF sauce. The person who made it answered some of my questions too, assured me he’d wash his hands first, and double checked some of the ingredients. They were all nice and accommodating but I didn’t necessarily feel safe.

Gluten Free Features

  • None Listed

Categories

  • Asian
  • Lunch
  • Restaurant
  • Vietnamese

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Beef pho w spring rolls (the sauces may contain gluten)
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Celiac
2 years ago

Very authentic. The English-speaking adult daughter understood gf very well. Enjoyed the beef pho and spring rolls. Bring your own gf hoisin or soy/tamari sauce. Cozy place in our fave part of Seattle. (My childhood friend cooks her meat in gluten-containing beer when she makes pho, so you can't assume, even when it should be naturally gf.)

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Yum. The Pho and the seafood rice noodle soup were great. I was a little worried about their understanding of gluten but I'm pretty sensitive and had no reaction.

4 years ago

On a cool rainy day walking around Fremont, there is nothing more satisfying than a large, fragrant bowl of Pho. A deliciously seasoned gluten-free Vietnamese soup made with rice noodles, herbs, bean sprouts, meat of your choice or vegetarian.

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