The menu is clearly marked for GF items. The food was delicious. My daughter has celiacs and is highly sensitive. She had the steak pho bowl and combo fried rice (shared with her sister). She also had the appetizer spicy wings with the rest of us. (We asked for the spice to be toned down when ordering.). She did not get sick. I had the chicken fried rice. (See photos.). Everything we ate was yummy. The waiter was knowledgeable about GF items. The atmosphere is fun and loud. More of a bar scene than restaurant. You have to find your own parking on the street but it can be done. It can be crowded. The first night we went (Sunday night) it was 1 1/2 hour wait. We called ahead on Tuesday and they said no reservations but you can call ahead to put your name in. So we called ahead 20 minutes ahead (their suggestion) and once we arrived we were able to go right in. So definitely call ahead, put your name in and find out the wait time.
you have to ask but they can make rice dishes (they will use tamari instead of soy sauce) and spring rolls (not searved with peanut sauce) gluten-free. celiac should be careful, there is some cc risk. I usually get the pho with veggies instead of noodle because too much rice bothers me.
Great food and knowledgable staff. I do have to agree that the menu can be slightly confusing to the newbies. I grew up eating asian foods so i know what has gluten automatically. Don't be afraid to ask the wait staff and triple confirm everything!