I just went to Chan's for the first time. My husband and I had the Sesame Beef and the Scallion Beef. They were both outstanding. What is even more remarkable is that the chef was able to substitute a wheat-free soy sauce in both dishes to make them gluten-free. Most of the dishes on the menu can be modified to be gluten-free, and many are gluten-free already with no modification. The waiter (Mark) was very friendly and helpful, and didn't make me feel like I was being a bother at all (something people with food allergies and sensitivities often encounter). Chan's menu proudly states, "Low Sodium, Gluten Free, No sugar and low Oil Orders are Welcome!" -- and unlike many restaurants which may be willing to accommodate a special diet by serving plain, unseasoned, steamed food, there was no compromise on taste! I would recommend this restaurant to anybody with special dietary needs, especially Celiac Disease.
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I recently ate at the Red Dragon. I had the Hunan chicken lunch with crab puffs and pork fried rice and it also came with soup.the service was prompt and polite. I will be going there fr now on. And as far as the whole smoke thing goes it didn't smell like smoke at all when I was dinning there .
Feels like a nice family business, nice friendly service, well priced, the food was well spiced and tasted great. Only didn't care for the salad