The menu was labeled with which options were gf. I got the Pad Thai and it was super good. Enough food for 3 meals probably! They told me when I was leaving they can do a lot of the meals not specified as gf safe for a $1 charge.
Not celiac safe! Only ok here if you're gf by choice.
Usually Thai is safe, but the waitress said that only the swimming rama lunch special was gluten-free. The kicker was when she brought out a small bowl of soup for each of us. I was astonished to find shell noodles in the soup [really? at a Thai restaurant?]. On inquiry, she assured me that the soup was gluten-free and "just the noodles" had gluten. The food I did eat wasn't tasty. I rarely leave food on my plate, but I left most of it.
They tend to be very hit or miss. You have to pay extra for GF but they often use no sauce because it contains gluten. I have gotten plain meat and veggies, which is not really Thai food. Pad Thai is decent.
They have some gluten free options but when I asked if the pad see ew could be gluten free, they said yes. They brought me rice noodles, broccoli and chicken with no sauce (because that had gluten) sauteed in the wok with nothing by the looks because everything was charred. Then still wanted to charge me $8 for something inedible.
Many GF options usually found in Thai restaurants. Nice location but also have 2 other locations in Bellingham. One is in Fairhaven and the other in the Barkley area.