I attempted to eat here based off reviews. The server did not seem to understand gluten-free when I asked about it, nor Celiac. He came back after allegedly talking with the manager, and then told me there were only 3-4 options. I asked about the chicken tikka masala specifically, and he told me it is not gluten free. I have a feeling he just didn't understand what he was talking about, but I still just didn't end up eating here due to the lack of options and confidence from the staff. I wouldn't recommend it to Celiacs based off of this. Also, the restaurant was extremely hot and stuffy as a side note to where it was not comfortable to be inside when it was not hot outside.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Celiac and not sick. Said everything on menu but bread is safe. Ordered lamb tiki masala because others posted as safe. Got chicken. It was good but would rather have had lamb. Plenty of food but did find myself questioning $20 bill with tip for chicken and rice. They had buffet with many dishes. If everything but bread is safe, then buffet should have been possible. I wish I had asked about that because if I could have paid the $20 or so to get variety that would have been awesome.
Delicious and great prices! I absolutely loved the Tikka Masala!
All curries are GF. Tasty food!
Had to ask the waiter about GF food options, but he was happy to walk me through the menu. I got the butter chicken which my Nima confirmed diud not contain gluten. Pretty tasty; about what you would expect for the price range.
Pretty dang good! Everything was delicious, and the Pakora is GF, so eat away. The special dipping sauces are really yummy, and everything is well-flavored. If you want spicy, ask for hot or extra-hot. Medium-hot is not enough.
Excellent number of GF choices, very tasty and reasonably priced. I'll be coming back. Suggest using the word wheat that you're trying to avoid vs gluten that staff may not understand.
Great Indian food with many GF options