The Chicken Pad Thai tastes decent enough to eat, but it contains hardly anything besides noodles and some sauce. Only had a few little pieces of dry chicken. What bothers me is that they charge extra for gluten free, even though most pad Thai is naturally gluten free. So I paid just over $10 for some mediocre pad Thai. That's not including the tip.
We took a group of people to Thai Destination the other night and were very pleasantly surprised. The food was really great and the owners were incredibly friendly and compliant. Best of all, they were completely aware of gluten free and what on their menu was and what wasn't. They have homemade Thai iced coffee, which is delicious and gluten free, and the owner will even make it dairy free for you if you'd like by using coconut milk. I had it this way and thought it was awesome. We highly recommend this place.