So they don't really have a gluten free menu but the staff at least are prepared to answer questions relating to what can and cannot be made gluten free. This has been the first Thai restaurant I've visited that did not have GF curry. So I ordered pad wood sen which is normally a really flavorful, savory, and slightly sweet rice noodles dish. My food had zero taste. I'm not even sure they put any sauce/seasoning on it. So I asked for gluten free soy sauce. What I got instead was some sort of gluten free soy seasoning that tasted nothing like soy sauce. It did add some flavor to the good though, but not sure it made the dish taste better.
Amazing food and service. I have a serve gluten intolerance and can tell pretty quickly if even small amounts of gluten is present. My husband and I eat here weekly and we love it. Lots of options and I've never once gotten ill. We had them cater our wedding we love them so much. The sushi rice IS NOT gluten free as another reviewer mentioned. Their rice vinegar is the source. If you are just lightly sensitive you're probably OK. Otherwise, no sushi for you. Other sticky rice dishes (like Mango Sticky Rice) are OK because its not made with the rice vinegar. If you ask them about gluten free sushi they'll tell you this.
All of the rice and noodles are gf (including the sushi rice) and almost any dish can be made gf by omitting certain sauces. Server was pretty knowledgeable about gf options. My meal looked a bit "naked" without the sauce I normally get but it was very flavorful. Unfortunately they don't have gf soy sauce.