2021 Update: Seeing as nobody has written a review in 2 years, I thought I'd update mine. Their latest menu marks items GF if they are naturally GF and not if they can make them GF. So, ask which can be made GF like the lemon chicken using cornstarch.
Original Review: They do not have a dedicated menu but they are willing to modify their dishes to be GF. They will change out one sauce for another, not bread the meat, etc. They said about 70% of the menu can be made GF.I'm totally new to this GF method of eating so take this for what it is worth. I don't react quickly to gluten so I can't comment on cross contamination or such things -- I wouldn't know if it had gluten in it. Update: I've eaten here another handful of times, all with good experience. As the other reviewer mentioned, sometimes the chicken may be covered in cornmeal but most often it has been naked. This is becoming my go-to Chinese food location.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
My grand daughter loves Asian food but not had any since she found out she has to eat gluten free. She loved eating here. Great food!
The staff was very easy to work with. Before I was seated I told them I was very sensitive to gluten and they said that wouldn’t be a problem. The chef is aware of gluten allergies and took extra care to make my meal gluten free. They were willing and actually excited to serve me a gluten free meal. And the good news is I didn’t get sick!! We will for sure be going back.
Very educated and willing to modify almost any dish to be gluten friendly. My favorite is the House Fried rice. Makes great left overs too!
They can do 70% of their menu GF. They can bread in corn starch and switch out sauces. I had the honey walnut shrimp and it was delicious! If you get fried rice make sure to ask they cook it without soy source. They do bring out wontons and sauce to start that is not GF