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I wish there was a none star option. This place is gross. The most disgusting place I've ever been to. I went with my hubby two weeks ago. I ordered fajitas and they were gross. The place is dirty. The food was old. The services horrible. The prices very high. We spend $50 dollars and I felt like having old leftovers. No gluten free of course. I was sick for a week after going there. I tried to send an email to the restaurant manager and their website is so cheapy that it didn't allow me to send it. Don't go there.
The hostess did not seem interested in seating us at noon. After that, the waitress had no knowledge about gluten-free. After 10 minutes, we got the gluten-free menu that basically said gluten-free offerings were minimal. No beef or shredded chicken gluten-free.
They do have a piece of paper with their gluten free menu. (insist because sometimes their staff is ignorant of it) It is not extensive but the food is good. I frequently get the beans and cheese nachos. I've never gotten sick and I've eaten there probably 5 times. I can't remember if the chips are gf, I think they are, but I always eat them.
Hubby and I shared a mixed grill fajitas for two with corn tortillas. This location usually isn't as good as the 41st & Yale location, but the food this evening was quite good. They have a limited GF menu. I didn't ask about their kitchen procedures for a GF customer, so I can't rule out cross-contamination. Rated 4 stars because this one good dining experience was out of the ordinary.
Fairly decent GF choices which excited me. Not a good DF place. Although I requested they ensure there was no cheese on my chicken fajita plate (my husband had a fajita plate smothered with cheese) mine still had a couple of cheese slivers on it. It took too long to get the food to start off with so I didn't bother and just ate the rest of my food instead of the chicken. It's not a place we will visit again.
Great gluten free menu to choose from. Spices are a gluten issue and they have a great chipotle sauce. Get on the side. I totally recommend them. If your server is not familiar just ask for manager, not everyone is familiar with gluten :::))) they have a separate gluten menu
This isn't your standard Tex Mex restaurant. They had a printed gluten allergy menu from 2011. The list was small and did not seem to be current with their regular menu. My meal (fajitas) came with rice and beans but they didn't mention if they were safe. I didn't attempt to eat it. The place was slow for a Friday night.. which is worrisome if no one is there!
I don't like that I had to go in to ask about GF options. They don't have the GF menu on the web site, but were happy to print one out for me. The options are limited, but I almost always had the fajitas or the fajita salad before I went GF anyway. My son likes the nachos, even though he'd rather go to a burger place. The chips and salsa are safe. I grab lunch to go about once a week and it is now one of our go to places when no one wants to cook. I think some of the wait staff have figured out that my tip size is directly related to how much salsa they give me on to go orders.
they have a gf menu once they find it. they are one of the few places that will do gf fajitas! !!!! no dessert option but normally to full anyway. waiters are confused about if the cheese on their set up is gf. I have eatten it and never had a problem and I am pretty sensitive to even cross contamination.
Staff will make changes to menu items to make them gluten free upon request.
Staff doesn't really know what your talking about but try to make accommodations anyway... Food is ok
Merchants Drive location staff informed me that they fry gluten free products in the same fryer with gluten products. This contaminates everything.
Decent menu but got sick from there once, although I had eaten several times prior without any issues. I'll probably try one more time.
The staff was very friendly and helpful, but didn't really know about precautions in the kitchen (i.e. if fryers were contaminated etc.)
I didn't see a specific gluten free section. The ingredients were clearly marked on each dish though. As we all know Mexican is one of the safest bets for celiacs.