Came here with my family b/c it identifies as having GF Thai options and my 6 yo loves Phad Thai, but has Celiac disease. I asked the waitress about a GF version of Phad Thai, which we have had many times at various Thai restaurants in Seattle, so I know it can be done and done well without causing illness to occur. The waitress told me that today they can’t do it b/c they have a different Chef and he doesn’t know how. I then asked what options are available for a Celiac and the response was that they don’t have cereal. I then said, no, I am not asking for cereal, I am asking for options for a Celiec.....blank stare returned. I then asked if I could just get a scrambled egg cooked in a gluten free part of the kitchen and was told no, the Chef doesn’t know how to make a scrambled egg. What? How are you a Chef and not know how to cook a scrambled egg? This place does not give me much confidence at all that if you ordered a GF version you would get it. I do not recommend this place for Celiacs or anyone trying to avoid cross contamination.
One of the first restaurants I tried after my Celiac diagnosis, Rim Talay is tasty and identifies GF options on the menu. Staff is knowledgeable and always willing to check with the kitchen if you have a question. Dogs are allowed on the small patio. Been several times and will definitely be back.