Gluten-free naan bread available
Literally the first question we were asked when we walked in the door was "are there any dietary restrictions in your group?", and there were stacks of full menus for a variety of restrictions. There is GF naan (plain and garlic) and GF desserts! The GF menu was 8+ pages long.
All the food on the buffet is labeled as to whether it contains gluten (or dairy). I was nervous to eat at a buffet but it was amazing and I didn't get glutened! They have gf naan as well (not included in the buffet, but worth it!) something like 80-90% of the menu is gf and the staff seemed very knowledgeable.
Buffet items are clearly labeled for gluten and dairy. There are two GF bread options - a rice naan and a chick pea pancake. Celiacs should be cautious about cross contamination for the naan because of the baking process. I can't remember if the menu shows GF items clearly since it's been awhile since I went on a non-buffet night. Staff is helpful. They have occasional specials - e.g. rose water marinated lamb chops that were to die for - so go frequently and see what yummy surprise is on offer for that night.
The gluten free naan was fabulous! The service was excellent. The sauces were great! It's the first vindaloo I've had that was almost too hot. I always order hot and am usually disappointed, but the flavor and heat was excellent. Only one drawback. We also ordered what was essentially steak fajitas, and the steak was tough and gristly. The vegetarian dish and the chicken vindaloo were excellent.