There is no Gf menu or dedicated kitchen space, despite the previous post. The server was able to walk me through the menu, but she made it clear cross contamination was possible as a warning for celiacs. She said most of the menu was gf - all of the curries and some of the noodle dishes. I trusted she knew the intricacies of the sources of gluten. I had the chicken Penang curry and the basil Thai wraps. Both were very good. I didn't have a gluten reaction, so I believe both were ok. I'd stick to the naturally gluten free dishes here and not experiment with dishes containing broth or soy sauce.
My fiancé and I went here on NYE 2016 and I have to say...I wouldn't be upset if we never went here again. For a place whose entrees cost between $15-22 you'd think that they would offer gluten free soy sauce to solve the gluten problem but instead they will tell you they have to add extra fish sauce to any given dish. I said wtf and just ordered the pad Thai with the required extra fish sauce to make it gluten free for me and it was as bad as I thought it would be.