87% of 8 votes say it's Celiac friendly

223 East Farm to Market 544 #808, Murphy, TX 75094 Directions

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The food was delicious and the pad see ew was gluten free (I'm very sensitive to cross contamination, and my gluten detection dog confirmed it was safe to eat). They don't have a gluten free menu but were knowledgeable and told me what they could make gluten free. I didn't try any of the appetizers, but the portions were huge so I didn't need to.

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Very knowledgeable staff and helped with the menu safe items!!! All fried rice can be made Gluten-free

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Very aware of gf. Had the pad see lew a couple times now. Friendly folks.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Gluten Free Features

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  • Dedicated Fryer

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Gluten-free Pineapple & Chicken Fried Rice
We eat here regularly and have no ill effects. They also JOY macaron ice cream sandwiches. They are all GF and several flavors are also dairy free (like the raspberry sorbet shown here!)
Pad kee mow with tofu - level 3 spicy.
Spicy basil entree with tofu. Also, this comes with steamed rice.
Vegetable tom yum soup.
Fresh spring rolls with tofu. It’s served with peanut sauce and sweet chili sauce.
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I had the glass noodles, and they were fabulous. Very aware of gluten! Lots of flavor and fresh veggies. My new go-to place.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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No dedicated fryer but very knowledgeable about gluten. Staff is willing to go over menu and answer all questions.

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The menu doesn’t list what’s gf and not, but the staff seem knowledgeable about items that are gluten free. My family ordered the fresh rolls, tom yum soup, pad kee mao, and basil fried rice. All of it was so flavorful (esp the soup - which a lot of places cannot get right), the service was excellent, and we will definitely be back.

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Knowledgeable staff. Can make several items gluten free. Speedy service. Tasty ginger chicken. No reaction.

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Celiac

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I’ve always been able to safely eat here! The food is so delicious and the staff is knowledgeable!!

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Sticky Rice is PHENOMENAL. They do not have a seperate gf menu, however the entire staff is very knowledgeable and can let you know what can be made gf (over half of the menu). The food is probably the best Thai I've ever had. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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My whole family LOVES Sticky Rice! The staff knows about GF and is so accommodating. I have never gotten sick here and I literally have been coming once a week for months now. They know what they are doing!

Updated 2 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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Staff is very knowledgeable! They let you know what can be made gluten free on the menu. My favorite item is the Thai fried rice with chicken and for lunch it comes with a salad.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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SO DELICIOUS AND GLUTEN FREE FRIENDLY!!! My favorite thai restaurant around here

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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Celiac Review: I loved this place before I was diagnosed. Sticky Rice is a great addition to Murphy. This evening I came in for the 1st time since my diagnosis. Our server, Khammai, was very knowledgeable & accommodating. They make each item to order so they can alter non GF dishes to be GF (e.g. pad kee mao). I ate satay chicken & panang curry. I did not get sick. caveat: my friend went and had pad thai and I got the impression from her story that the entire sauce is removed so the dish isn't quite the same. So stick to the dishes which are already gf.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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You can ask for GF options. You can bring your own sauce if you want. I like the Curry Fried Rice with Chicken. it comes with salad and I ask for ranch because I have peanut allergy as well.

Updated 4 years ago read full review

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