Have had the Pad Thai several times with no problems. Very good curry too. Very happy overall
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
They were very knowledgeable of their food, and it was well made and very tasty. However, unless you really like Pad Thai you will be disappointed like me. They had very few things on their menu that they were willing to make gluten free.
This is our go-to restaurant when we’re too tired to cook. I usually get vegetable Pad Thai because it’s my favorite and the vegan gets a curry. Well priced, generous portions, server is attentive. We generally order the take out & pick up on the way home.
I lived in Southeast Asia- no soy sauce(obvi), no oyster sauce, no Knorr powder, no mee noodles. Fish sauce is usually ok- they can check the bottle. Wheat is called ‘bang salee’ and it is ‘bang met salee’, not ‘bang mahk salee’(which is corn flour)
The current staff understands gluten free: no soy sauce, no artificial crab, etc. I had delicious seafood krapow with brown rice.
We needed a place to eat on our way home, so that we could do bedtime for our toddler without having to feed her at like... 10pm when we would be home, and so we stopped here.They were very friendly and could say which things on the menu were safe-- Pad Thai and all the curries. I really liked the Pad Thai, and my wife and toddler loved the gluteny foods they got. :)