The food was amazing and the service great. The drunken tapioca noodles were so yummy. You just ask them and they modify it no problem. Pricing is good as well.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Very, very good. I recommend the "Pad PED."
They say they can make almost anything gluten free. The receipt also specifically mentioned "wheat free" when I asked that my order be gluten free.
This was my favorite Thai restaurant before my celiac diagnosis. About a year after that they switched their soy sauce to a gluten free soy sauce so most of their foods are now naturally gluten free. The grandmother makes the wide noodles for drunken noodles by hand and they are the best I’ve eaten anywhere. I cried when I found out that they switched their soy sauce so I could eat the drunken noodles again. Awesome curries. Knowledgeable staff.
Read here that they have gf soy sauce, but when I asked for it they said they do not have gf soy sauce.
Knowledgeable staff that accommodates multiple food allergies