Great option for GF Mexican. Our server was very knowledgable, and according to her the only things not GF were flour tortillas and almost everything could be served with corn tortillas. Other great things:
* Fryers are GF. They even use gluten free batter so no risk of cross contamination.
* Yes, batter is GF -- which means you can safely order fish tacos with fried fish (which is swordfish and not cod).
* Cornmeal pancakes are GF and delicious. Not cheap at $6.50 but overall prices are very fair, so no complaints.
For a restaurant that takes such effort to offer GF and especially Celiac-friendly options, they don't advertise it very well. Their menu doesn't clarify like many other places, but maybe that's because it's a place that is so across-the-board GF that it seemed silly to advertise it. Thankfully our waitress seemed to know and answered questions in a way that indicated she wasn't guessing, such as the fryer being safe (which she voluntary said before we even asked). I would highly recommend.
The restaurant is not trained or setup for gluten free options. Extensive cross contamination and no real options other than for folks just trying to "reduce" gluten intake. This is not an option for us going forward.
4001 Freeport Blvd., Suite 102, Sacramento, CA 95822
We have had great experiences here. The staff will wash hands, change gloves and even swap ALL of the serving spoons out upon request. Cheese and other items are pulled from "new" trays, to reduce cross contamination risks.
Respectfully requesting the help has always worked out great! Thank you to the staff! The food is always consistent, and nicely prepared.
Some items are gluten free but the gloves that reach into the serving bowls have handled wheat tortilla. Staff did not understand cross contamination at all. Did not have any items that had not already had "glutened gloves" in it.
The folks here work really hard to prevent cross contamination. It's important to be specific with your needs; but, they will work to accommodate. When an error was made, they do not hesitate to make a complete correction (remade the food, or whatever).
I wish that the chips were fried in a dedicated frier; but, we slip over to the grocery store next door and often get a small bag. Never the less, a great option for us!
Dedicated allergy cooking center. Soups that day were not GF. They have four sauces that are GF. No appetizers but the salad was largely ok. They do sell GF cider. Overall a good safe choice and I will be coming back.
Have eaten here before and most recently on 4/22. Small number of GF choices but the waiter seemed to understand the allergy. They do NOT have a dedicated fryer (earlier post said they do). They were able to do baked GF chips which were ok. Overall a good experience but not great. Didn't get sick.