Went here with my celiac partner - the owner asked the right questions to make us feel comfortable about eating there. The curries are all gluten free, and the owner came out to let us know they were taking all the steps to keep things safe. The menu is clearly marked gf on the various items. The food was DELICIOUS and my partner didn't get sick!
Many gluten-free options on the menu. Being British, I found the food insufficiently hot and spicy, despite having asked them to make my dish extra spicy hot, but if you are used to American style "Indian", I.e., very mild rather than hot, be sure to ask for the vindaloo, and stress that you want it HOT -- SPICY -- to avoid disappointment.
Food was really good tasting and they have gluten free items labeled and there are lots of options. I got sick from it, but also I got food delivered by eat24 and it was a busy night. It was a bummer because it really was so good. Sounds like it's not a normal thing, and it's probably better if you are in the restaurant talking to them.
Went in for lunch, and the waiter didn't know what GF is. I asked for something other than naan due to gluten, and he suggested roti ("wheat flour based", right on the menu). I asked specifically "I read that you have lentil-based..." and he pointed me to the side of lentils. The lunch special has small portions, but was delicious.