Ordered the cashew chicken GF and asked twice if the cooking utensils would be cleaned. Was assured both times it would be. Ended up having a reaction to the food. Food is good if your reactions are mild, but mine are not. :(
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Food is great, and the accomodations they'll make to convert dishes into gluten-free variants are nice.
However, the wok and frier they use is shared with glutenous dishes. I don't blame them for not wanting to cool down and swap woks frequently for the handful of us that need it, but it needs to be known for the more sensitive in the group.
I've had mixed results, some days I'll be fine, other days I'll definitely have had a minor reaction. It can't be helped- if you play Russian Roulette, don't be surprised when you shoot yourself in the face.
— Not very
— Separate gluten-free menu
The waiter said most dishes could be made gluten free, aside from the soup and appetizers (there may be 1-2 GF appetizers, I didn't inquire further). We ordered the sesame chicken and ma po tofu. Delicious! I didn't feel super great after but think it was probably the sodium. I certainly didn't have a reaction. Will return again.
We have an expansive menu that can be modified upon request. Our signature Salt & Pepper Chicken Wings and Honey Walnut Prawns are gluten free in addition to many meat, seafood, tofu, rice noodle and rice dishes.