I don't understand this place. I saw it was rated well for gluten free and usually I can easily order curry at a Thai restaurant and be great. I sat down with a friend and had a regular menu before I realized that their gluten free menu must be separate. I looked through it before waiting (quite a while) for someone to come back so I could ask about gf options/gf menu. I can usually guess what's gf on a menu and so I looked at the curries and what had rice noodles- the usual. When they came back with a gf menu, I was shocked that the curries were not on there, but I was shocked to see that pad see ewe was on the gf menu. When the waiter came back I asked if there was gf soy sauce and that was how they made it gf, and he said no, that they just used light soy sauce... obviously he didn't understand what gf meant, so I asked if I was able to speak with the manager. The manager was very nice, but he said that they did not have gf soy sauce and that they just made the dish with no soy sauce. I asked then why the curry wasn't on the gf menu and he said that they add flour to it. I was so confused and my celiac alarm was going off. My friend said that she was so worried I would get sick that she would let the wait staff know that we would be leaving. I honestly don't know what's up with this place, but I don't trust that they have a clue about keeping celiacs safe.