They have gluten free pizza crust but it is a $7 upgrade on a min $15 pizza. Nothing else is labeled. When I asked for alternatives our server said to get the lettuce wraps except they'd have to remove the dipping sauce. Ok. When it arrived it was plain chicken, lettuce, pickles and some carrot shreds (which ended up being pickled and were the highlight). I asked why no rice noodles and he said they pre mixed them with the gluten containing sauce. ::eye roll:: So, to their credit, they only served me safe stuff. It just wasn't what I expected from the recommendation, and was pretty boring.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much/None
Keisha was our server. We went around 3pm so it was virtually empty which was the best time to go. Because it wasn’t busy we were able to talk about the menu. The cook was amazing. Unfortunately they were out of the gluten free crust for the pizza but they were able to make some fish tacos using a lettuce wrap. They were amazing!!!!!!! I would be hesitant during busy times or depending on the server but if it’s Keisha she will go above and beyond for you!!!!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much