I've gone here many times. The staff is friendly and patient. The owner knows us by name. You must order only things not fried despite the menu labeling fried items GF. It is not a dedicated GF fryer. I love the Chow Fun and Black Pepper Chicken. The portions are a bit small for the price but the meal is good. Try the flourless chocolate cake for dessert too if there's room in you tummy.
Eaten here many times and never gotten sick. Food is delicious and everyone seems to know about GF. Don't order anything fried as the fryer is not GF, even though the menu says things can be made GF (they can't if they are fried!)
I wish I had enough $$$ to eat here weekly. We have only ever had a soup, A-MAZING salad and the gf sushi; the Chinese entree offerings seem overpriced. They even provide gf tamari to your table.
We live rice bistro. Overall their food is great and they try to take care to prepare foods as celiac safe. However, at the Aspen Grove location, they just changed their preparation methods got some of the tried foods, such as orange chicken, that were formerly gluten free. Be cautious with the menu as the GF indicator may not be correct.
So my kiddos and I decided to try this restaurant and I was looking forward to GF Chinese. Sadly our server wasn't very good so I am a bit grumpy but will focus on the food experience. Their gluten free offerings are great. The only caveat is that anything that is fried is fried in a community fryer so if you have celiac you may want to steer clear of anything fried even if it's labeled gluten free. There were a lot of options even without the fried stuff. We had fried rice with chicken which was very good. My kiddos wanted some sweet and sour sauce which was GF. I had the sushi and the fish was excellent. The rice was a little mushy so my rolls kept falling apart but overall it was good. I spoke with the manager to clarify their GF offerings and he said that when they get a gluten free order they are very careful to clean the pans and take precautions. I think this is a great place to try but clarify if you have celiac and need them to be extra careful and ask questions. They seemed a bit clueless about cross-contamination.
One of our family favorites as both my daughter and I have celiac and neither of us have ever gotten sick eating here over the past few years. A large potion of their menu can be prepared gluten free. My daughter's rate the egg drop soup anywhere they can get it and declare this the best. Very good sushi and great Chinese. The gluten free sesame chicken is fantastic.