Great food. Never gotten sick.
Pros: Lots of Gluten-frwe choices, aa lonf aa you like corn tortillas and chips, and tamales and taquitos which re made with corn masa flour. Unique, artistic ambience. Seating is divided by hanging and standing art in a way that you almost always feel like you have your own privarw cornwr of the restaurant. cool model train chugs around through the restaurant (time the laps!), so it's fun for little kids. This is a pretty authentic "Ciudad Mexico" (Mexico City) restaurant. It's not just your garden-variety Mexican food...it's a stwp above that. But it isn't a 5-star restaurant like the one they run in downtown Raleigh, so it is more affordable. Cons: no dedicated gluten free menu and GF options are not clearly marked. Also, a couple of the waiters can't speak Spanish, a no-no for this kind of place
This place is super yummy! Order the steak tacos with corn tortillas. Hmmmmmm
No gluten free menu, and the staff was confused when I asked about gluten free options. I was told that I could have corn tortillas instead of flour, and that salads don't have gluten, then he asked me if rice has gluten in it. He recommended two things that he thought were gluten free from the entire menu. Food was alright, but I was getting sick before the end of the meal...definitely not gluten free!
First of all, the food is great. Our waiter was incredibly friendly and helpful when helping me choose an entree. Would definitely recommend them.
since switching management they have been great. my fiancee never got sick from the food, they host staff always got her order wrong. since changing staff they have been great. outstanding food too