I came for the Gluten Free Chicken and Waffles but they use a shared frier so no GF Chicken & Waffles for me. Almost everything else on the menu was pork, so I had to order something without sauce as if I'm some kind of pariah like at every other restaurant. I really thought that a Celiac owner would understand how to accomodate celiacs. The replacement meal was really good, chicken rice with sweet & sour sauce & GF sounds sauce. I'm so dissappointed about the chicken & waffles that I won't be back. Also, the bathroom is yucky and the sugar had a strong smell of feet.
Staff was very knowledgeable about gluten free and know about cross contamination. We’ve been twice and gotten the pad see ew and pad ka prow to go with no issues. As a bonus they have an attached GF bakery with some of the best dairy free ice cream I’ve ever had and GF cones! We will definitely be regulars here.
Weekend brunch was a strange experience. When we arrived, they seemed irritated that we were there. Then, when I asked about French press coffee, the waitress silently handed me the menu. I saw “drip coffee” listed and asked if they had French Press. She said it was all the same, which really rubbed me the wrong way. I asked about the gluten free waffle, and she said that the oil was used for everything but because we were the first customers, it was probably safe because the oil was new. It took forever to get our food and when we got it, it was fried to a crisp. Not a positive experience for us. Food was ok.
good food, menu marked with gf & vegan options. dairy free ice cream & at least a 1/2 dozen dessert options. came for the chicken & waffles but the fryer was being cleaned out during my visit. had the pineapple fried rice, roast pork & pad sew ew. all good.