I don't personally have Celiac's, but my girlfriend does and was with me for this visit.
Great food, good service. The menu does have 2 different designations for gluten free, and both are clearly labeled. She is quite gluten sensitive, and had zero issues here. The food was delicious, and portions were generous enough that we had a full meals worth of leftovers to bring home (which were just as delicious reheated as they were fresh on the plate!). Everything from appetizer to dessert was amazing.
The only place in town I can truly trust!
Menu has two designations for gluten free. Gluten free yellow for that which has gluten free ingredients And Gluten free green for that which is gluten free ingredients without chance of cross contamination.
Always love eating here! I get the pad thai and I have never had an issue. They only use GF soy sauce in their facility per the manger.
So many GF options! They use GF soy sauce. Loved it!
I rarely need to ask for GF, as most menu items are naturally GF. I've never had an issue here with food and I love their wide variety of options!!!
I’ve eaten here often and it’s always been a safe place. The food is yummy too!
Love love love Thai Bamboo. The Chicken Pad Thai, Chicken Curry and Mongolian Beef with Broccoli are my go-to favorites.
Service a little disorganized but food delicious, clearly labeled on menu, and no bad reaction.
I've eaten here for years and usually get the same thing, so I can't speak about how gluten-free all the food is. Sometimes it seem there's some cross-contamination, but it's about as good as it gets unless it's a completely gluten-free restaurant. Service is good. The servings have gotten smaller over the years, and there new place on Division is too glitzy for me. I like the small atmosphere of the one on 29th.
Great selection and it's very clearly marked on the menu. You can tell that they really put in the effort for GF options and make them easy to find.
mainly gluten free menu. I am celiac and have never got sick here. been eating here for years. the coconut shrimp are amazing.
Food was amazing, long wait for take out, but defiantly got a stomach ache after eating there, could have been a one time thing but I'm nervous to try again, especially with celiac I don't think the food is completely separate and might get cross contaminated.
pretty good food, fun atmosphere AND I have not gotten sick there. (four visits so far)
Love this place. Great food!
Menu slightly confusing did ok both visits
Absolutely love their food! And they have many g/f options! I eat here all the time.
This is one of our go-to places in CdA and Spokane. Always helpful staff, menu is SUPER informative re: allergens and dietary preferences, and is also color coded for generally GF or dedicated GF/no chance for cross contamination. I’ve never had a reaction here and we’ve dined in and gotten delivery dozens of times.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Everything here is clearly listed with allergy and dietary needs. I absolutely love all the food! It is a little pricey, but I usually get 2 meals out of the Pad Thai. They have sticky mango rice for dessert that is so delicious!! Just make sure the waiter knows you have an allergy if you are more sensitive to gluten.
This place is probably safe but the food is not good. It’s pretty expensive as well. $15 for most dishes. The yellow curry is really thick and way too spicy. I had a noodle dish that was flavorless and mushy. A lot of people like this but it’s definitely not authentic Thai food.
The kitchen has 2 levels of gluten free, and for celiacs they cook it in a separate gluten free wok. For those less sensitive they use gluten free stuff in the normal wok. Absolutely delicious food, safe for celiacs if you let your waiter know your severity. As always, they cannot guarantee there’s no cross contamination, but since they cook it in a different wok that’s dedicated gluten free, the chances of cross contamination is low. Would ABSOLUTELY come here again