The ginger beef and vegetables were above average. However, the restaurant offers to make many of their food gluten-free. One would assume that gluten free soy sauce would be used. One would be wrong. Ordering their fried rice which was supposed to include shrimp, chicken, beef, pork, and mushrooms in a wheat-free soy sauce. What arrived was a giant platter of white rice fried with no sauce, a small amount of chicken and random blobs of a couple shrimp. I mentioned to the wait staff that I'd essentially gotten the chicken fried rice. When the bill came, I was charged for the lesser chicken dish.
This restaurant isn't worth your time.
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