Almost everything here is GF and is clearly labeled, with friendly and knowledgeable staff. Felt very safe and was some of the best Indian food I’ve had. Great if you have other allergies too!
Delicious Indian food in the reading terminal market. Generous portions and nice people, unlike the Valley Shepherd Creamery which had no gf bread at 11 am on a Sunday and the lady wasn’t very nice about it either!
This is another stand within the Reading Market and (maybe) coincidentally across the other GF option [Fox & Sons corn dogs +(vegetarian + vegan options]. All the platter food is GF. The non GF items are in a separate area. The servers are nice and the food was yummy. I got the veggie platter and really enjoyed it. One of my vegetables was on the spicy side, which I loved. However, if you are sensitive to heat/spice please get recommendations from the server. Also, like most other shops you need to try to find a table to eat. No negative reaction.
Next time I'm in Philly, I'll definitely pay them a visit. This was a solid option for us - we wanted to try some more formal eating establishments, but many were closed July 1-5 for the holiday (Pure Fare, Sazon, El Rey), so I was able to rely on Nanee's.
Rice was dry but things clearly marked. Chicken and eggplant were good.
Delicious food! I was able to eat a delicious gf vegetarian platter; my husband enjoyed a platter with Chicken Masala. Food was well- seasoned and the Mango Lassi (a yogurt drink) was outstanding.
Great Indian food, super friendly. Everything is GF except for nan bread and samosas.
My dish was a little spicy for my taste, but I was not complaining because it was so nice to have safe options from knowledgeable staff members in the busy, overwhelming Reading Terminal Market.
This place was amazing! Courteous and knowledgeable staff gave me confidence they were serving GF food. Being at Reading Terminal Market, everyone in my group got food from different spots -- and then they all ended up asking for bites of mine from Nanee's! Next time I'm in Center city at lunch, I'll be eating here!
Very good Indian food, they not only Gluten Free but vegan and halal food as well. Almost everything is Gluten Free except the Naan (bread) and Samosas (puff pastry type croissants stuffed with meats). The Chicken Tikka Masala and Chicken Kabob platters were both delicious, we also ordered the chickpea and spinach sides. The Masala had a bit of kick, but the Spinach side started out mild and ended up way too hot for me. I would definitely return for the Masala and chickpeas again!