They did bring a sign to the table that said gluten-free so that the servers would know what not to offer. Most of the dishes are already gluten-free. The things that aren't are the standard bread (naan, chapati), pakoras, samosas, some desserts. Most of the staff doesn't speak very fluent English, but we seem to have communicated fine. I have eaten here 3 times without incident. It is very tasty and the servers are continually checking on you to bring more food or beverages. We have also had catering for an event, and that went well, too.
Ate there tonight. After speaking to the manager and repeatedly asking and confirming all dishes were gluten free, my son came home and got sick. Definitely not safe for celiacs and very disappointed in the management.
Best Indian food in town and completely vegetarian -all buffet style, served at the table!! The staff is very knowledgable and respectful of allergies. They bring a sign for "Gluten Free" or "Dairy Free" to make sure all the staff is aware.