There are MANY items on the menu labeled gluten free that are not gluten free. Anything fried (chaat ) is not gluten free due to shared fryers. I had to have a lot of back and forth with the person taking the order before she checked and found out it is not safe. I was told I could eat the uttapam, the grill is shared but I was literally the first person in the restaurant that day and they said they would clean it. I would not trust it otherwise as it does not seem like allergies are routinely communicated with the chef or that they care. I ate the uttapam. I’m not very sensitive so I can’t tell if it was safe. I wouldn’t eat here again. I think it is irresponsible to label things gluten free unless the restaurant is willing to take cross contamination precautions.
The waiter and manager both came to help me find something I could eat. There were GF and vegan options, but I am also avoiding sulfites temporarily, so there weren’t many options that accommodated everything. They were very helpful though and took a picture of my list of restrictions to bring back to the kitchen for feedback. In the end I ordered two dishes that had a small amount of sulfites as those are extremely hard to completely avoid and are not an allergy for me. The food was delicious and I commend them for their patience.
They’ve changed their menu up a little bit and seem much more aware of cross contamination than in previous years. Our waitress let me know they would take extra precautions and I didn’t get sick. Also, their food is delicious!
Delicious naturally gluten-free chaat Including uttapam(crepes), chicken pakoras, okra fries, and kale fritters
this place is great if you are *avoiding* gluten. however the totally gluten free selection is very limited.
delicious Indian street food. They don't have a dedicated fryer yet, but hopefully they will soon.
no guessing - gf and vegan both marked on regular menu! staff's friendly and the food is fantastic. local /organic sourced mostly - very fresh.