They have gluten free items called out in menu but lots of opportunity for cross contamination. The items labeled gf (e.g. satay bar) are cooked on the same grill that non gf items are cooked on. My “chicken 65” dish was labeled gf but tested positive for gluten. They use the same woks to cook both gf and non gf food. They state they clean them in between uses but that might have been the source of contamination.
I love wild ginger. I’ve been eating here since I was a kid, long before I was diagnosed with celiac. They have gluten free items clearly marked on the menu. Also, if they have tamari in the kitchen they will gladly substitute it for the regular soy sauce in dishes, expanding the Gf options even further. So make sure to ask your server!! I had the black pepper scallops and the seafood noodles with tamari and had no issues or gluten reaction.