Very frustrating experience. Try instead Los Cerritos Mexican Food. They don't use flour in their sauces and I haven't gotten sick. Just stick to corn tortillas!
In an area without a whole of options, this was a welcomed relief for my family. I called ahead make sure they had gluten-free options available before we came in and everything. When we got there we spoke not only with our server, but the manager about my daughters allergy. All of this prep was to no avail, my celiac daughter got extremely sick and threw up all night long. For anyone who has a gluten allergy, I would avoid this place. We are on vacation with a sick kid. Luckily, I brought my back up kitchen so my daughter can eat when she feels better.
For a place called "pasta cafe", they had very few pasta options. Also, they came out to tell me they had no gluten-free fettuccini noodles left and if I wanted whole wheat instead. I just stared at him. I asked if they had any other noodles left for gluten-free and he said yeah so I asked him to sub them. 10 minutes later they came out and said there were no gluten-free noodles left at all. I asked if he knew if any other meals on the menu were gluten-free and he said he didn't know. Clearly the staff has no knowledge of gluten-free lifestyles. It was unfortunate to head out to this place after driving 8 hours and looking forward to finally getting to eat something and then coming up empty handed. I'm now at Wendy's eating chili for the second time today. I've never liked Wendy's haha Edit: my husband just told me that when he asked the waitress if they had a gluten-free menu, she said she didn't know what that meant. Clearly the staff has no knowledge about the subject.
they carry gluten free pasta! just Letty them know when you arrive & they will make just about any pasta dish gluten free :)