The host at the door told me that all curry dishes were gluten free and that was it. However, once we got seated my server and I talked about all of the menu items. About 50% of the menu items could be prepared gluten-free. Interestingly, several of the beef dishes could not be gluten-free because of the marinade used to prep the beef. My wife and I got the glass noodle salad and Tom kha soup to split as appetizers. For the main course, we split an order of garlic shrimp and a chicken mango curry. The food was delicious. I like my stuff very spicy but my wife doesn't. They brought out chili paste and other hot spices for me to add separately. All of those were gluten-free as well. I would advise that you speak to the host, but before you walk out, have a talk with your server. The servers seem to understand the gluten allergy pretty well. I did not get sick from gluten but I did overdo the hot spice (my doing)
They said they can do GF -all of their curries and pad Thai are GF. We had a red curry and a chicken pad Thai. I was worried about the Cross contamination and there was a bit of a language barrier communicating with them but the food was very good and we did not get sick.