The pad Thai was delicious, but my mom (sensitive celiac) got sick from contamination. I was disappointed that several of the menu items marked GF were not actually GF. The server was helpful in identifying what was not safe and steered me in the right direction but the menu was not updated to reflect these changes. My husband was disappointed in his meal because it was labeled as spicy on the menu and was bland but learned after the fact you have to specify spice level for your meal. This was not indicated on the menu or by the server so if you like spice be sure to ask for it! :)
The menu says “almost gluten free”, on items, to their credit. And it’s literal. The “GF” pad Thai has soy sauce (not GF soy sauce) in its sauce. The owner admitted this. That’s not okay and not okay to even advertise as “almost” GF. People with Celiac beware. Run away.
Don’t trust this place. Sushi is usually a safe bet for those with celiac, but my experience with this restaurant left me contaminated after the server gave me completely wrong info about their kitchen. They have no dedicated fryer nor do they have a safe space to ensure no cross contamination. I confirmed all of this with the county health inspector. Avoid this place.
This restaurant was in Cincinnati. I called ahead to check if they were celiac friendly (aka had gluten free items on the menu). I was reassured by the man on the phone that they note only had gluten free options, but that all food was cooked in separate pans. Upon arriving to the restaurant, I told my waitress I couldn't have gluten and she looked at me like I had three heads. She served me soup with noodles and graciously put the salad dressing on the side (only after asking 2x). The cook then proceeded to fry all food TOGETHER smothering everything in soy sauce...which yes, had gluten in it. Needless to say, I enjoyed my salad and drink and still paid $30. What a joke!!!
Amazing Chinese food, classy environment and everything is listed right on the regular menu!!!