Amazing place. The food is REALLY good. Authentic tasting and not Americanized. had the buffet and I could eat everything. The only thing you can't eat is the bread and it is prepared in a separate place from the other food in the kitchen (asked the waitress) and kept separate on another table from most of the food anyway. Waitress was knowledgeable about gluten and double checked anyway for my peace of mind and was nice about it. Chef/or owner, I'm not sure which, was very helpful and patient when I asked him about the ingredients of their fried foods. All fried foods are fried in chickpea flour so I got to enjoy them! If you're dairy free, ask because some foods contain milk or yogurt. All in all, such sweet staff and delcious food. I only wish it was a little cheaper (everything is 15 dollars or more. Get the buffet because then you can get 15$ worth of food.) but honestly the food and staff are so great it's worth it. I'm Celiac and I was totally fine after eating this, and I'm fairly sensitive to CC.
Probably the best Indian buffet we have ever eaten at. Only two items had gluten, the cashew halwa and the nan bread. Everything else was entirely gluten free. The spices were expensive and authentic. We just happened to be visiting the Bonsai Museum nearby and found this Jewell of a restaurant on this app. We would drive here from Portland just to experience it again. you won't be disappointed.