In my experience, the staff at Thai Time have been pretty knowledgeable about gluten and the food is really really good. However, it seems the staff aren't as knowledgeable about other things. I asked multiple times whether certain dishes were vegetarian and was told they were, but I then found out that just about all dishes/sauces contain chicken broth or other meat products and people had to speak directly to the owner to get this info. Even though I didn't get sick the few times I went there, it's not a good sign that the staff can't give accurate info about what's in their food. I may have just gotten lucky. Try Mai Thai instead!
I have no idea how this made it on the list. I ordered what I thought would be safe choices based on the reviews here and got super sick. Good food but like 1 star cause not celiac friendly. Turns out, maybe, celiacs shouldn't take the gluten free advice of people who don't have celiac disease. Gluten "friendly" maybe 🙃
This is one of my go-to local favorites. Delicious food & lots of options. I can eat almost everything on the menu, with modifications. I have not been tested for celiac, but am very sensitive and GF 2+ years. A close friend who IS celiac eats here regularly. No separate menu, but most dishes are already gluten free. Avoid anything deep fried (not sure about the meats, but make sure to ask for STEAMED tofu or they will deep fry it in shared oil) and ask for no soy sauce. Sushi bar will modify any roll for an upcharge, but does not currently carry GF soy sauce. Unfortunately I don't think the pho is safe.