The items they advertise that can be GF with the GF noodles may not be. I ordered the chicken parm and asked the guy 3 times if it was GF. The cook advised me of cross contamination. I received the dish and started to eat and realized something wasn’t right. Went back to the manager and asked again and they said what I had eaten was not GF. Omgosh…that’s critical to a person with Celiac. I told them that it is serious and they made me another dish and apologized. They also spoke with the guy about what GF means and what isn’t.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much