The pad thai is excellent. I really appreciated the time the waitress took in explaining our options, and getting answers to questions she didn't know off the top of her head. The chef came out to personally talk to us, and he was wonderful. 2016 EDIT: I am updating this review post-diagnosis to say that I have eaten here since being diagnosed with celiac. After months of only eating at home, this was the first restaurant I ate at because of prior good experiences. In spite of inquiries regarding protocols, I had a terrible adverse reaction.
Really friendly staff that takes time to ask questions regarding food allergies, however, even after talking to the chef, was served fried spring rolls (which had wheat in them, even though they swore it was just rice) Came back again and tried to be super specific in the questions and concerns I had, ordered Pad Thai which I was told would definitely be safe, but I had a reaction right away- they served me gluten. I later found out it was because they cook all their noodles (even the rice ones) in water with fish sauce and soy sauce. All in all, I just found them not to be knowledgable regarding gluten, even though they were earnestly trying. I am a very sensitive Celiac, and cannot afford to eat gluten like that, so unfortunately, I will definitely not be back.