Closed, no longer in business - Dec 2014.
Almost no options for celiacs unless you want a meatless salad. My 10 year old daughter with celiac had no options there. Although they say they have a GF menu, everything has some type of qualification about it (common fryer, soy sauce based marinade, flour containing broth). Very disappointing.
The waitress we had was extremely knowledgeable about gluten free items and checked with the chef about one of the items when she was not sure. The food tasted good (corn tortillas and black beans, note - the refried beans are not GF) . I would go back again.
2011/10/20 - came to Cozymels for lunch. They had a GF menu with lots of good choices. Server (Irma) made sure every detail was meet, even made sure the chips were freshy cooked to avoid cross contamination. The manger told us her daughter had Celiac disease and followed up to make sure our food meet our needs. Even the chef came out to check. All in all it was a great experience and very good food!
The kitchen manager here is very educated in GF cooking and takes great to inform her staff and to make many GF options available. They have even fried fresh chips for me in a separate fryer to avoid cross contamination.