The menu is well marked with what is gluten free, though there are a few errors. The fried dishes are made in a shared fryer and the tabbouleh is mislabeled. Bulgur wheat is not gluten free.
I've eaten several of the curries and Tandoor dishes and the wait service will assure you that they are all gluten free.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Great food. Menu does not have GF foods labeled but server was knowledgeable and most of it is. Indian is usually a good option for GF and this is no exception. Also several GF beers on the menu.
Pakoras made with chickpea flour and hummos with veggies, as well as tandoori entrees have been safe for gluten-intolerant friends. I have celiac though, so their shared fryer makes the pakoras too risky for me. :/ Pretty tasty stuff, very friendly and helpful staff.