This place is amazing! Gluten free options clearly noted on the menu and the proprietor was very knowledgeable about Celiac Disease and cross contamination. Ate here at both lunch and dinner, ordering off the menu both times to avoid cc. Food was delicious and both my dad and I (we both have Celiac Disease) were just fine. Fantastic service and very tasty food.
Dinner menu has gf options marked. I went for the lunch buffet and the manager was very knowledgeable about which items might have ingredient or cc issues. Another celiac overheard the conversation & said he eats everything on the buffet except naan at least once a week and has never been sick. Food was fantastic.
GFree Pakora!!! Yes, they are supposed to be made with chickpea flour but not everyone does. These were delicious and all that much better because I knew I was safe. The curry was a bit bland but the staff was willing to bring spices to heat up or yogurt to cool down the sauces.
I was there for the lunch buffet. The food was rather bland for Indian food. They use a common fryer, but I found out because the staff was knowledgeable enough to tell me when I asked about the type of flour in one of the dishes.
we've been here several times, they have someone walk you around and tell you what you can have. The majority is gf, they tell you what's gf but cooked in a pot that had gluten in it etc. I'm a super sensitive celiac and never had an issue.
Menu indicates gluten free items with a "GF," which is helpful because the wait staff did not seem experienced beyond telling me not to eat the naan obviously. There's enough "GF" Indian dishes to have choices.The food was good, had a few unusual things compared to other Indian places, and I had no gluten reaction. I would recommend it. However, it was more expensive than I was used to for Indian food.
Wonderful food great staff. The GF options were varied and the chief prepared a dairy free dessert that was not on the menu based on our conversation. The waiter was concerned about cross contamination for us.