So their menu online doesn’t list gluten free, but if you go into the (super blurry) photos on yelp you can see they have a little circle with a wheat grass strand in it and a gluten free option at the legend for the icons. When I called the lady said they could do gluten free, but her English was very poor. She understood celiac though, so I ordered online and marked everything as for a celiac. Pad Thai was good, my boyfriend thought it was the best of what we’ve tried, and the other gluten free Thai places in Austin didn’t have gluten free pad see ew, so I was happy theirs was good and it was also better than at Ka Prow, which was the only other Thai place I tried that had gluten free pad see ew. The pad Thai was about comparable to super thai, but I did have mixed experiences there if you check my other reviews. The portions were kinda small for the prices though which was why I gave it four stars.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Very delicious I had the pineapple fried rice and a couple bites of the shrimp pad Thai.
lots of options, great Thai food, very aware of Celiac needs and takes cross contamination precautions. was great for my Celiac wife.