I was unsure based on some of the things I read on here and prepared not to eat there. We ask our very knowledgeable waiter and he tells me that they make all the sauces to order and they have a special gluten-free soy sauce. So I ordered the pad se ewe (rice noodles) with chicken. Very low spice level. It was great! Tased wonderful, like I remember from my pre-celiac days, and best of all didn’t make me sick! My husband ordered the pad Thai with gluten-free soy sauce and shared with my celiac son. I recommend asking about your specific dish and don’t order anything fried, the waiter told me that’s not safe.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Knowledgeable wait staff. Ate pad Thai which was delicious!
The pad Thai is the thing on the menu with the least gluten, but the sauce still has some soy sauce in it.
The waitress told me that nothing was guaranteed to be 100% gluten free. Said the pad Thai would be, but the sauce they use has "a little" soy sauce in it and asked if that would be alright. I ended up not eating because I did not want to risk getting sick. NOT CELIAC SAFE!!!
My review was no stars due to the waiter informing us that ALL the sauces have some gluten in them so basically there was nothing I could eat. (Celiac) Then referred me to the sushi menu which everything had some kind of shellfish(an allergy I also have) So it was off to another place. I appreciated the honesty but could not take the chance.
Good food. Waiter wasn't exceptional with answering my questions. Would recommend, but I wasn't totally confident that I wouldn't get sick due to the waiters attitude.
This restaurant doesn't have a GF menu, but they are informed about cross contamination, etc. I have bee eating there for several years and have never become sick. They offer rice noodle dishes (I usually get the Pad Thai) and they also have sushi options. I love the Kanisu sushi appetizer and the edamame is a nice appetizer also. Atmosphere is pretty good, especially on the patio. Prices are reasonable and their menu is big.