This is the only restaurant I will order pickup from that isn't dedicated GF. I stick mostly to the Phad Thai with tofu, since that is normally GF, and try not to order at busy times, plus both check the 'Make it GF' box and write a 'Thank you for making this GF!' message in the comment field. I have never gotten sick here, either dining in or takeout. I've eaten here about ten times over the last year.
Noi Thai has a very great atmosphere. We went during happy hour and sat out on the balcony, where there were amazing views. The prices are reasonable, and the food was exceptional! They are also celiac friendly and will accommodate for allergies. Would highly recommend going here if you are in the area and would like a nice dining experience.
BEST Thai food my husband has ever eaten and he has had it all over the world. Very conscientious staff who accommodated both my son's GF & dairy free and worked with all of my issues. Highly recommend for a special occasion celebration. (Angry Ocean is tasty & quite a show according to my husband. My son's green curry phenomenal and my lamb curry heavenly.) BIg fan!
We had a delicious dinner here. The menu is carefully labeled with which items can be made gluten-free, and the wait staff is very knowledgeable. We started with fresh rolls with a tasty peanut dipping sauce. For our entrees, we had pad Thai and tofu Panang curry, while my non-GF husband enjoyed the drunken noodles. The pad Thai was good, but quite sweet—if that’s not what you like, be aware. The curry was quite good. My husband enjoyed his noodles as well. When bringing out our orders, our server identified which items were gluten free. Overall it was a great meal, and we did not get sick at all!
HORRIBLE SERVICE. NO GF MENU. When I asked if they had a separate menu the server said they did not nor did they have any indicators on their regular menu. The server’s suggestion was that I should just choose something and he’d check with the kitchen. (Which seems absolutely backwards.) When I asked him of there was anything that would be a good indicator for me to avoid, meaning an ingredient that is commonly unknown or something, his response, “Uhhh... well bread.” Uh... yeah. Thanks. I then asked of ANY of the curries were gf. When he returned from the kitchen apparently the only one that was gf was the most expensive one. I haven’t gotten sick, yet, buuut the staff is so unknowledgeable that I would be worried for someone who is shy or unwilling to force the servers to go to the kitchen to ask.
Some of the best Thai food I’ve ever eaten, the equal to Lotus of Siam in Las Vegas. Our waiter was very knowledgeable about the gluten free options for my son with celiac, and made an extra effort to make sure that we knew which items that we ordered were safe for sharing, and which were not. I️ had ordered a price fixed menu and the restaurant substituted an interesting and delicious sticky black rice pudding that was gluten free so we could share it with my son. Overall, a fantastic dinner.
Beautiful. Chef infused vegetables into soup right at our table. Mango iced tea is awesome. It was delicious but the red curry is 😮😮😮 on fire. Delicious though. Staff was good but could've come for a refill for our teas.
Each item in menu has GF next to it to let you know if it is glutenfree. Extremely Celiac friendly!! The vegetable spring rolls were very delicious, fresh and glutenfree. Their peanut sauce is really really good. Their rice and rice wraps are glutenfree and so are many other items. Curries are very spicy so I would ask for mild. Menu is full of glutenfree options!! My entire family ordered glutenfree and for the first time I could share with them!!