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Has Anyone Tried Bonefish Grill's Wild Shrimp Pad Thai?

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It isn't on the gluten-free menu, or at least the one online, presumably because it's a temporary item. However, pad thai should be inherently gluten-free, and Bonefish Grill is a pretty good outfit. Any thoughts, observations or preferably experiences with this dish?


The fluffy assassin? My cat, Amelia. Just fluffy, really.

About '02, lactose intolerance hit. Quit gluten in late '07. Immediately had better energy, less anxiety.

By '09, no lactose intolerance, but I gave up dairy 7/18/09 anyway (and in August soy). Restarted dairy, Nov' '10; stopped for good, December.

9/12/09 Wound up in the emergency room with what turned out to be hypothyroid symptoms. Resolved quickly when I got my iodine levels up. If you're on a whole foods diet, make sure you get enough iodine. Believe me!

PS: Fluoridation sucks.

PPS: You might enjoy my blog, Writing When The Cat Lets Me.

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It isn't on the gluten-free menu, or at least the one online, presumably because it's a temporary item. However, pad thai should be inherently gluten-free, and Bonefish Grill is a pretty good outfit. Any thoughts, observations or preferably experiences with this dish?

I don't have experience with that dish but I did try to go off the gluten-free menue and order one of the specials-kobe beef burger(modified of course) and I learned why it wasn't, or their reg. burger, marked gluten-free(telling us to order w/out bun). They told me they toast the buns on the same place they grill the burgers, do "clean" the area, but it was not recommened that I order it and I wouldn't risk it.


Me: GLUTEN-FREE 7/06, multiple food allergies, T2 DIABETES DX 8/08, LADA-Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults, Who knew food allergies could trigger an autoimmune attack on the pancreas?! 1/11 Re-DX T1 DM, pos. DQ2 Celiac gene test 9/11

Son: ADHD '06,

neg. CELIAC PANEL 5/07

ALLERGY: "positive" blood and skin tests to wheat, which triggers his eczema '08

ENTEROLAB testing: elevated Fecal Anti-tissue Transglutaminase IgA Dec. '08

Gluten-free-Feb. '09

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In Charlotte the pad thai is not on the menu-I wish it was. I always have a good meal at Bonefish. Usually the fish of the day, ceasar salad (ask for clean bowl), and of course the ice cream brownie!


Sarah

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I broke down and called. Unfortunately, they use rice noodles with wheat in them. A rare bonehead move from Bonefish Grill. So, no, Bonefish Grill's wild shrimp pad thai isn't gluten free. Bummerino.

It isn't on the gluten-free menu, or at least the one online, presumably because it's a temporary item. However, pad thai should be inherently gluten-free, and Bonefish Grill is a pretty good outfit. Any thoughts, observations or preferably experiences with this dish?


The fluffy assassin? My cat, Amelia. Just fluffy, really.

About '02, lactose intolerance hit. Quit gluten in late '07. Immediately had better energy, less anxiety.

By '09, no lactose intolerance, but I gave up dairy 7/18/09 anyway (and in August soy). Restarted dairy, Nov' '10; stopped for good, December.

9/12/09 Wound up in the emergency room with what turned out to be hypothyroid symptoms. Resolved quickly when I got my iodine levels up. If you're on a whole foods diet, make sure you get enough iodine. Believe me!

PS: Fluoridation sucks.

PPS: You might enjoy my blog, Writing When The Cat Lets Me.

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I broke down and called. Unfortunately, they use rice noodles with wheat in them. A rare bonehead move from Bonefish Grill. So, no, Bonefish Grill's wild shrimp pad thai isn't gluten free. Bummerino.

Probably a calculated move, not a boneheaded one. For the most part, Americans like their noodles with wheat, even in Asian dishes that shouldn't have it. I've even been to places that put soy sauce with wheat in Pad Thai to cater to American "tastes."

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It isn't on the gluten-free menu, or at least the one online, presumably because it's a temporary item. However, pad thai should be inherently gluten-free, and Bonefish Grill is a pretty good outfit. Any thoughts, observations or preferably experiences with this dish?

I was just at Bonefish this past weekend and was told that the Pad Thai is not gluten free as they use soy sauce in the sauce. I was very disappointed.

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