The pad Thai, yellow curry and pineapple fried rice easily fed 4 adults. The pad Thai was amazing, the yellow curry was really good but a little spicy for me. I only tried a tiny bit of the fried rice because I realized after the fact that it was most likely not gluten free since fried rice usually has soy sauce and is fried in a pan that has cross contamination. I’m a newly diagnosed celiacs and still learning but I did not get extremely bloated and I’m not in pain so I’m assuming the pad Thai and yellow curry were in fact gluten free. Had I given myself some more time I could have called and inquired more and asked what there precautions were but we were in a bind and the restaurant was closing soon.
I’ve eaten here many times and recently they changed from regular tofu to fried tofu. We ordered a curry, the waitress said all the curries are gluten-Free, put that on the ticket and brought out our appetizer and our main dish with fried tofu even after we explained we can’t eat fried food because of the gluten contamination.
Really surprised because we’ve eaten here before and the tofu in the dishes wasn’t fried unless the menu specifically listed fried tofu in the dish.
Was staying at a nearby hotel this weekend and decided to check this place out. So glad that I did!! Easily among the best Thai food I’ve ever had in Utah. The majority of the menu already is or can be made gluten free, so that was the main initial draw for me. Got the drunken noodles and large Tom Kha soup and both were incredible. Next time I’ll remember to ask to do the noodles spicy, as they came pretty mild. Great flavors all around, tasty chicken, solid meal overall. Staff was excellent as well, very aware of gluten free offerings, perfectly executed my modified order, brought out 4 different types of spice on request. Attentive and friendly. Definitely worth the drive from SLC- I’ll be back!