They offered nothing in the way of gluten-free except items with shellfish which I cannot eat. I ended up with a bowl of white rice with chili sauce to put on top of it. I was told they couldn’t leave items off a dish like shrimp.
— Not at all
While visiting Seward Woody’s was recommended to us by a local. They had tons of GF options on the menu. I am celiac and had the chicken and shrimp pad Thai and it was delicious and didn’t make me sick.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Sick, sick, sick I got.. Definitely 100% was not celiac friendly for me
Everything is labeled on their menu. Staff is helpful and polite, they have several cider options, and ALL of their curries are gluten free (or can easily be made gf). Downside is that the food is not very flavorful. I had the pineapple curry, which was chicken, canned pineapple, coconut milk, and the tiniest hint of curry flavor. Overall it was so sweet I'm fairly certain they dumped the pineapple out of the can, syrup and all, and it was just blah. The rice that came with it was cooked perfectly though. My dining partner had the pineapple/veggie fried rice and said it was flavorless. I tried some and agree! For something with onions and peppers in it, I don't know how it could lack flavor so extremely. It was very overpriced for the quality of the food.
Best Panang curry I’ve ever tasted! Portions are huge. Didn’t get sick
I ate here and didn't get sick, but the flavor of the food was awful, the service was slow (almost 2 hours), and the portions are small and overpriced. It was a waste of vacation time and money. I would not go back and would not recommend it. Ray's is the best GF option in town. Carr's has gluten free groceries. I don't leave reviews often, but hoping I can save someone else from this agony.