We had a nice time here. The staff were very attentive, but the gluten free options were lacking. All of the meals I hoped for were made with rice noodle (perfect) but apparently every single sauce included regular soy sauce and was made ahead of time. No chance to have a gluten free dish unless it was unseasoned (and when we asked for tamari, they didn't have it). So, I had a beef salad (nothing to write home about, but it was good enough). We might go back if we're in town again. Again, the staff were extremely kind and understanding of all our menu questions.
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