They had a gluten free menu with a lot of options. The food was delicious and I didn't get sick. The waiter didn't know what Celiac disease was (he knew it was a food 'allergy' issue, but asked me what kinds of food I couldn't have). Which is great, I'd much rather have someone ask questions than decide they know based on too little information. When I said I couldn't have gluten he grabbed the gf menus and said that they always take special precautions for allergies. The food was delicious. Medium was spicier than I was expecting, but very flavorful. The tandoor chicken was out of this world.
IF YOU ARE CELIAC (VERY SENSITIVE) BE VERY CAREFUL WITH THIS RESTAURANT. Before I was diagnosed I LOVED this restaurant (because the food is amazing). However, now that I have been diagnosed celiac and am very sensitive to gluten I cannot eat there. I would recommend trying it if you love Indian food, but just be careful!
GF business first: whole half of menu is GF. Great care taken to ensure separate prep and no cross contamination. We eat A LOT of Indian food in Chicago, the Moksha Curry with lamb was the best I have ever had. No hyperbole. Get it and be happy! Smallish portions (compared to America), but 2 of us split it, with 2 small apps, and we were both satisfied. Service is cultural norm for India, be patient. :)
Omg had the best food . Amazing lots of gluten free option .staff was really good to explain they explained everything on the menu which dishes are gluten free and vegan vegetarian. They brought the food hot and fresh I loved it thanks moksha to have you and with good options . I will spread my word around and defnaately coming back
Seated and served quickly on a busy Holiday weekend. Large selection of GF choices-we had the veg pakora as the appetizers and Butter Chicken, Bindi, and the Burnt Garlic & Chili Fried Rice. All tasty--I suggest you ask the sever about the spice level.