Although there are many gluten free items listed on the menu, be very careful of cross contamination. Our waiter was very knowledgeable and stopped me from eating several items that were fried in oil that also was used for gluten containing items. They were happy to make substitutions for items that could be cross contaminated. The food was delicious and I did not get sick.
The only GF options are the Dosas. The man we spoke with said the tandoori was safe - it's not. Anything made in the tandoori oven with the naan (bread) isn't safe. All the chicken is made in the tandoori oven. The menu is correctly marked; the staff don't know anything, and was rather abrupt and rude when we questioned the GF menu and options. My husband got violently ill; I don't get sick, but I do bruise horrendously and get nauseous the next day. And guess what? I look like I was in an MMA fight and my stomach is doing backflips. The coconut korma had no taste; it was bland and meh at best. The makhni/butter chicken is made with large chunks of bell peppers - which I've never had in all the years and different restaurants I've eaten Indian food. It IS listed on the menu that it includes them, but I didn't notice because all I ever order is the makhni/butter chicken and I expect it to be made in a similar manner at all restaurants (maybe different levels of spices and seasonings, but it's a tomato sauce base with chicken and some cream). I asked for mild, I got medium. In fact, I asked for extremely mild and he said, "Okay, mild." I replied, "No, EXTREMELY mild. Not spicy at all." He said, "Yeah, mild." I knew then I was screwed. The employee I talked to when I started discussing the spicy level and the large chunks of bell peppers got defensive. Long story short - this place has no clue, the employee was rude, and it's NOT celiac friendly.