I used to only eat here because everything was gluten free. They changed owners in December amd changed to using Soy sauce instead of Tamari . Good thing I thought to ask.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Used to eat here all the time until my husband started getting sick after, and now we know it's because they changed owners and use soy sauce now.
— Not Much/None
I was told this place was a dedicated gluten-free business however we found it not to be the case there is no signage in the restaurant the menu has no mention of gluten free at all.
We asked the waitress she said everything was gluten-free it was my wife's first attempt at Thai food it was her birthday and she ended up getting sick all night.
I called back and asked for the owner the woman who answered the phone said he couldn't come to the phone, he was busy so I asked how they classify themselves as a dedicated gluten-free business and she said we're very aware of this because our owner son is wheat free I mention that doesn't necessarily mean Gluten Free! Very disappointed would not recommend!!!
So they are not technically a "dedicated gluten free" restaurant as stated. Several of their appetizers are fried covered in flour. Waitress I spoke to said she wasn't sure if the peanut curry sauce was gluten free. Would be nice if the menu items were labeled gluten free and such alas they are not.
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