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My husband wants to take me here for Valentines Day:

http://www.bdobo.com/locationhours.html

We've been there before in my pre gluten free days. On the window it says "Great for Food Allergies and Special Diets"

You pick out the raw ingredients that you want, take them to the cook who cooks it right in front of you on one of those big round grills like they have in the Japenese restaurants.

Are there any special instructions I need to give them? Do they need to clean it first? They do have a soy sauce that can be put on the food. I'm not sure how sensitive I am to soy...just know that I can't eat it in my food without pain.

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My husband wants to take me here for Valentines Day:

http://www.bdobo.com/locationhours.html

We've been there before in my pre gluten free days. On the window it says "Great for Food Allergies and Special Diets"

You pick out the raw ingredients that you want, take them to the cook who cooks it right in front of you on one of those big round grills like they have in the Japenese restaurants.

Are there any special instructions I need to give them? Do they need to clean it first? They do have a soy sauce that can be put on the food. I'm not sure how sensitive I am to soy...just know that I can't eat it in my food without pain.

I would be a little leary on my food cooked on the grill unless they cleaned it very well or used a pan to cook mine in. I noticed they have alot of sauces. You would need to read the lables because some of them could have gluten in them. As for soy sauce, most have wheat in them. You need one that is gluten free. I don't know of the brands off hand. Maybe someone else could chime in. You could bring your own gluten free soy sauce for them to use. Call ahead with what you have in mind to order and inquire about the ingredients and sauces to be used.

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I would be a little leary on my food cooked on the grill unless they cleaned it very well or used a pan to cook mine in. I noticed they have alot of sauces. You would need to read the lables because some of them could have gluten in them. As for soy sauce, most have wheat in them. You need one that is gluten free. I don't know of the brands off hand. Maybe someone else could chime in. You could bring your own gluten free soy sauce for them to use. Call ahead with what you have in mind to order and inquire about the ingredients and sauces to be used.

The gluten free soy sauce we use(actually called tamari) is the brand San-J. Make sure you get the gluten free kind as they do have regular.

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Thansk guys. I can't have soy at all right now. I might call and ask about some things or we may just pick some place that has a gluten free menu. It's just that with all I have to avoid, I didn't want to have to draw it all out for the waitress.

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May I make snother suggestion??

Valentine's Day will be very busy for nice restaurants... I would choose an odd hour to eat out. like 3:00 in the afternoon. If the staff is rushed they will not be as careful or pay as close attention. I would choose someone with a gluten free menu and that seems to be trusted. either some place you have successfully eaten at before or you have read good reviews from others celiacs. best of luck!!!

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May I make snother suggestion??

Valentine's Day will be very busy for nice restaurants... I would choose an odd hour to eat out. like 3:00 in the afternoon. If the staff is rushed they will not be as careful or pay as close attention. I would choose someone with a gluten free menu and that seems to be trusted. either some place you have successfully eaten at before or you have read good reviews from others celiacs. best of luck!!!

Thanks for the tip. We are definately going to go fairly early. Maybe leaving even earlier would be a good idea!

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I haven't been to a place yet that advertised being good for special diets that wasn't. I bet if you call, they'll be able to answer all your questions. If their answers don't satisfy you, then you can look for another place to go -- but if you call soon, you'll have time. :)

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