Wife wanted seafood so we stopped by. Terrible decision. Our Food was so salty that cannot taste food. Got dizzy from the salt. My wife is from Philippines and even too salty for her. Got stomach cramps leaving. Not sure from the salt or gluten. Hated the experience.
I told the waiter that I have celiacs and he immediately told me that he would talk to the chef so they can make sure they reduce the risk of any cross contamination. They do not have a designated fryer but most everything else on their menu was GF. I had brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes (amazing!!) and a cesar salad.
They do not have a GF menu but they simply serve everything dry. It was not my first choice (too expensive and only one rating) but on Thanksgiving day all my better choices were closed. I looked around for more than an hour so now i'm starving and have no other choices. I hate being celiac Update: after 2 hours, i felt uncomfort in my intestines. Was not sick but had to rush at the toilet. I would not go back to this restaurant
UPDATE 8/14, 2013: kitchen staff awareness and cross-contamination practices have gone down hill. I got so sick that I ended up in urgent care, and the chef wanted to argue with me about where I got glutened. Not returning. UPDATE 9/8: lost 7 lbs from this, and now I'm back to not being on the BMI chart. :( 2012: very cool staff. exec chef's wife is celiac. ask for dedicated equipment. delightful people and superb food.