Was just reminded of the time they told me a kati roll was gf and I ate it :/
While the staff assured my dish was 100% gluten free, I still had a bad reaction. This place shouldn't even advertise GF options because there is NO effort to minimize cross contamination. Do not go!
Averse reaction after eating there -- my body is still full of pins and needles, and my face itches so much I want to peel my skin off. My belly is deteriorating as we speak, bloated and achey.
I had two "completely gluten-free!" curries of theirs. Haha. No.
One explanation is that they touch the roti all the time -- I've watched it; they smear curries on top of the bread with spoons. They pat, press, spread, and then put the spoons back into the curry pots. I know roti; I've eaten them in India and made them myself, and they're not usually crumbly. But it could be that their flour gets tossed around, or that pieces of roti end up in pots.
Second one is, of course, that no one knows what goes on in the back kitchen...
Really good order at counter indian "fast" food restaurant - they have Indian style burritos (NOT gf) but all their curries, meats and veggies are gf. Staff knowledgable. Good, healthier, authentic Indian street food. Worth a trip if you are in neighborhood. They've also got food trucks at various locals downtown.