Hard to I’ve this place star rating when I didn’t eat here. I called ahead (prior to work happy hour), and asked for more info on their “gf” labeled items. They said depending on my symptoms/severity (which is a pet peeve of mine!), they don’t recommend their restaurant for people with Celiac.
She did say the gf labeled items are inherently gluten free, but their is flour used across the kitchen, as they bake a lot of desserts. They can make an allergy note for kitchen staff to avoid cross-contact as much as possible. I chose not to eat here.
They told me specifically that there is cross contamination, because everything is made in the same water/boiler, and that it wasn't safe for people with celiac disease.
Very cute restaurant with a lot of gluten-free options on the menu to choose from, but unfortunately not safe for celiacs. The waiter was very knowledgeable and friendly - he brought up the fact that friers are shared before I asked. I was told no options are safe to eat there. If you are just looking to avoid gluten and not worried about cross-contamination, it looks like a good place!
Good gluten free food and I am able to eat at this place without getting ill.
Had the Lemongrass Meatball lettuce wraps. The meatballs had good flavor but were served with iceberg lettuce and a dab of interesting cucumber salad. I think I could make it better at home. But bravo for the GF menu items WSK.