I agree with Melanie. They have no idea about cross-contamination and no dedicated fryer. They told me the oil was gluten-free but I asked, "Do you fry the samosas in it?" And they said yes. My friend is also celiac and got very sick there. Do not trust!
Not very knowledgeable on GF. Their criss cut sweet potato fries are fried in the same oil as everything else, so not GF. I asked about a few other items and he said "I'm not sure, is flour gluten free? I mean - you can try it." I walked out after that.
I always get sick, even when I order something gluten free here.
Love it! Call ahead and ask if they have gf tortillas in stock, but there's a whole menu and lots of good stuff that doesn't need it. I get a "naked"ctm burrito.
When I went here and mentioned gluten free anything no one knew what I was talking about. On top of that, they couldn't tell me what was in the dishes-I mean like basic information, not detailed ingredients. I ended up with what I would order at any other Indian restaurant, except it tasted like Indian fast food, which I guess is what it's supposed to be, but I thought it was pretty crappy. I have a much better and easier time at any of the other local Indian restaurants.
Staff was very helpful. I couldnt have egg or milk and they let me know what items were good for me. Only problem was they were out of the gluten free bread and tortilla that they carry
This is tasty and fast Indian street food and though they do not have a separate gluten free station I have yet to have a reaction when I tell them I need my meal gluten free. They have a gluten free menu online and limited table seating for all the people who come here so you may want to order online and pick up your meal to go.