Had the pad Thai and curry and both were delicious and so fresh! Would definitely recommend
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Good food nice dinning room. We told the waiter I needed to be gluten free. he replied do we need to be careful about cross contamination. I told him yes celiac. When he place the order with the kitchen he made the chief come to the window and made it clear I was celiac. Both seemed ro understand.
this was probably the worst Indian food I've ever had. More importantly, I got three different answers from three different people who worked there as to what was gluten-free. They kept confusing gluten-free with vegan, believe it or not! I felt very uncomfortable and worried the entire time
My favorite local restaurant with TONS of GF options! The sag Dahl (spinach dish) is my all time favorite.
Great food and great service. Very accommodating and knew a lot about gluten free!! I will eat here every time I visit Prescott. 😄
Good food, our waiter was knowledgeable and helpful. They were willing to fry me up some pappadums in a separate fryer. I am very sensitive and didn't get sick.
This place was do good I had to sign up just to leave positive feed back. The owner is very friendly and very knowledgable about gluten.
Then he will feed you till you beg to stop, all gluten free.
Most of the menu is naturally gluten free. It even has tons of flavor.
It's a little pricey, but this place is totally worth the money. And they make everything from scratch so there's no "well I don't see gluten on the ingredients list." Really cool place to chill too, well stocked bar and hookah!
I have been to several Indian restaurants in Denver, California, Nevada and now one in Arizona and I must say that their buffet is worth EVERY penny! Most indian food is gluten free excluding the Naan bread. This, however, comes on the side.