can be Celiac safe depending on how you order. They always give you a cookie and gluten filled sauce packets in to go orders. My last visit the cookie bag popped and got crumbs all over the food. They were very good about replacing the food but ever since I am concerned with how considerate the staff is during prep. I did not always mind the cookie as my husband enjoys them but he's going to have to live without if we decide to go back.
I have celiacs and while I don't seem to be as sensitive as some people I have not had an issue with this place. I have eaten here twice now and no second day problems whatsoever. Their orange chicken is better than most of the ones I've eaten that have gluten. The breading is light and crisp and it tastes like orange because they use real oranges and peels. The salt and pepper shrimp is also incredible, as is their fried rice. I also recommend the sesame beef, it's awesome as leftovers. Their egg drop soup is bland, but nice with some tamari (gluten free soy sauce), which they have on hand. The staff is friendly and generally knowledgeable about what is and isn't gluten free and what can be modified to be gluten free. Great place, I highly recommend it.
Lots of choices. Their menu must have changed from previous reviews. The sweet-and-sour chicken is no longer gluten-free. When I went to order the sesame chicken, which is gluten-free, the waiter informed me that sometimes people say that that particular chicken is tough. That didn't sound very good to me. So I ordered the gluten-free seasoned green beans and asked for some chicken to be put with it. It was delicious. My husband had the shrimp and chili sauce and he said that was delicious.