Most of the menu can be made gluten free, except for a few fried items and some soy-based sauces. Fresh summer rolls, anything with their peanut sauce, and the squash curry are all amazing. Most of the staff are super knowledgeable, just mention you want the whole order gf and they’ll tell you what isn’t available.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
In spite of being assured that the dish I ordered (mixed vegetable curry with chicken) had no gluten I became sick after eating it with symptoms typical of a gluten reaction. I’ve eaten here a couple times before with no issue (ordered the garlic ginger and honey cashew chicken) so some of their items seem to be okay. Some of the waitstaff seem to be informed about gluten and celiac disease, but not all of them. I enjoyed this place before my diagnosis but want to let other celiacs know that it may not be the safest place to eat.