I think that there are gluten-free options, but the staff is not very knowledgeable. I’ve decided to stick with the soup, which is tasty, but not filling. Dal is good too. I explained my situation to the owner once, and he obviously didn’t get it, and swapped my naan for a pappadam, placing it right on top of all my food in the center of my dish, after I explained I couldn’t have any food from the tandoor. Sigh.
Their food is good, but after two times eating there, I don't think I will again. They are not very knowledgeable about gluten issue. The first time we had no problem; the server was able to tell us what dishes were gf, and we didn't get sick. The second time, we ordered a special that included a dessert. They brought out gulab jamun, which I didn't think was gf, but the server assured us she had asked in the kitchen and the cooks said it was. Luckily I asked to speak to a cook, and someone from the kitchen came out, saying again that there wasn't any gluten in it. I asked for the ingredients, and he had to go ask someone else from the kitchen. He came back a moment later, saying, actually there is a little bit of wheat flour in it! I am so glad I persevered, but I no longer have confidence in this restaurant to be safe for our gluten intolerant family.