It was one of the first places I could share food with everyone else at the table! So much of their menu is gluten free and the waitress provided me with a separate menu with everything gluten free circled. It’s pricey, but worth it for a date night or a special occasion
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I don’t k ow their protocols but I’ve gone for years with no problem. Staff is very knowledgeable.
Seriously still my favorite in Dallas! Maybe 50% of the menu at most is marked on the gf menu, but ask again because some others can be modified. Whatever you get will be delicious! Great pho, salads, the tuna appetizer is awesome and can be made gf, veggies, seafood. All super delicious. Prices are a bit high, but it’s worth it for the food and ambience.
One of the best places in Dallas! Mostly gf and they know how to take care of you. Charming interior. The banana flower salad is great! I love the bon bo hue (sp?), which is a soup with a thick rice noodle. Also the veggie pho is really good. I prefer lunch here to dinner.
— Separate gluten-free menu
— Not Much
owner culture appropriating and suing real vietnamese people for their money
Food is definitely not worth the price. Not as many gluten freee options as I would like.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
They have a gluten free menu. The items on the gluten free menu: grilled duck hearts, black truffle and baby collard green spring rolls, banana leaf grouper, lamb neck, jasmine rice, vermicelli rice noodles , green papaya salad, blue crab salad, coconut-lemongrass panna cotta with peanut crumble and raspberry sorbet, and selection of sorbets and ice creams.
Ask the server for her homemade GF menu. It turns out Vietnamese food is naturally GF. There were only about two items we couldn't eat. This is not your local Chinese buffet. The chefs went to Vietnam to learn authentic cooking. Some of the best food I've ever eaten hands down. Note this is high quality and not cheap.