The owner is very aware celiac and of cross contamination. They use tamari instead of soy!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
This is my go to restaurant in Burlington. The food is great and I have never gotten sick from it. I love the Drunken Noodles and Fried Rice.
Ordered the red curry, and it is delicious. No reaction. But holy MOLY it was spicy. Granted, I selected the spicy option. And I have a high spice tolerance. But I’m struggling to eat this food. Wowee
I love this place and have been eating here for many years! I have never been sick. The pad Thai is the best in town!
Excellent food and gluten knowledge. Had the Pad Thai, enough for two meals. Had Tom Yum soup for the first time since diagnosis!
After driving by this restaurant for a year, we finally decided to check it out to see if they had any GF options for my celiac daughter. We were pleased to find that they were very knowledgeable about which menu items would be safe (tons of items!) and which ones she should stay away from. They even brought out the bottles of sauce they use so we could read the ingredients. The Thai Style Dumplings are pan fried (not in a deep fryer) - we didn't think to ask until later if the oil was used for gluten items, but my daughter didn't have any reaction so we're assuming it wasn't. We also had the Pad Thai which the family really enjoyed. It's a small restaurant with lovely decor.