We had Pad Thai, Pad-See-Ew, and Ladna. Everything was super sweet, not enjoyable. Afterwards I got sick.
The servers are knowledgeable about celiac. So many options. My favorite is the red chicken curry and my husband gets the chicken pad Thai. Our kids get chicken or shrimp fried rice. Just tell them you're allergy. Also, if you go at lunch order the dinner portion otherwise it will be served with crab Rangoon and what a punch in the gut to have crab Rangoon you can't have placed in front of you. The dinner portion just comes without crab Rangoon. We've eaten here religiously for years with zero issues for our celiac family.
Still a great Thai place but not the same. He staff are really not interested or knowledgeable about what is even in the food choices let alone gluten. Very disappointed now since I don't have my go to place anymore.
I tried to eat there yesterday . The staff was confused about what was okay for a celiac diet and what wasn't. - I ordered the sweet and sour chicken because the server said it was gf. When they brought our food to the table there was a fried crab rangoon (with a wheat wrapper)stuck into my rice. When questioned the server got defensive and said that was all they could do because we "can't have corn starch". We told him we could have cornstarch but certainly not the crab rangoon. We ended up leaving and eating somewhere else.
While traveling to o'fallon stopped in to try and the Food is awesome , staff and chefs are knowledgeable about celiacs , all food we ordered was delicious came back a few times .. They even recommended spice options to ensure gluten free
They will cook anything on the menu with gluten free soy sauce. Wait staff is knowledgable. I have celiac and have never had an issue here