bar staff was knowledgeable and accomodating. In addition to gluten, I have a dairy allergy. still was able to choose a yummy Mexican meal. Did not get sick! Note: I always take APEX ENERGETIC'S Gluten-Flam as a precaution against cross-contamination when dining out. I also ask for my water in a to-go cup to prevent the cross-contamination from the previous customer. (plastic does not sterilize well)
Unfortunately the server didn't seem to know anything about what may or may not have flour in it. The "gluten-sensitive" menu indicates the spinach enchiladas are GF as an entree but they are served with crema sauce, which has flour. When I asked if the crema sauce was GF, he said he assumed it was because it was on the "gluten-sensitive menu." My mom then noticed that the allergen list has the crema sauce noted to have flour in it. I ordered the enchiladas with cheese sauce instead. They brought them to me with the crema sauce on it. The manager was apologetic, but it wasn't a good experience. I won't go back.
went there about a week and a half ago before my husband was diagnosed celiac and my mother in law is gluten intolerant and had made that very clear to the server and he was rude over talk to advised us that all meat has msg and then proceeded to bring her vegetables that had their fajita seasoning on it which has a gluten in it it was caught by the guy that actually was handing out our place not even the server will not be going back
they cater well to gf but I also have a peanut allergy and I asked tge first time if tge use peanut oil and they said no the sec time I visited I reassured that the Second location did not as well and was informed it is in EVERYTHING they have basically. I was wondering why I had so many issues the evening I dined at the first one. so if you go reconfirm all your info through a manager.
Ted's is a wonderful place to visit if you have Celiac disease! The waitstaff is very helpful and knowledgeable about the gluten free options, plus the manager comes over to make sure everything you order is gluten free. I've never gotten sick eating here nor have I been treated like it's a hassle to serve me.
Wonderful Gluten Free Food!!! Cheese Dip, Chips, Taco's and Tamales and a lot more.
They even have GF chips.
Although Ted's did not have a gluten free menu, they did have a listing of all foods that are not ok depending on allergen. The waitress was very knowledgeable about what I could and could not eat. She even knew the sour cream was not gluten free. My meal came exactly as ordered. I would definitely eat there again.
I have Celiac Disease and the staff at Ted's Escondido Cafe were very knowledgeable about the difference in being Gluten Intolerant and Celiac Disease. Our server had the manager come to our table he assured me that they would make sure my food was gluten free. They went above and beyond. They do have a gluten free menu. I had a ground beef and a cheese enchilada with cheese sauce, refried beans, salsa and queso. They also made sure my chips were gluten free. The house chips aren't. They went above and beyond! We will go back.
I informed my server about having celiac disease and what that meant and how they needed to be very careful. She hands me a gluten SENSITIVE menu (they have no gluten free menu) and it had ONLY THREE options. What I ordered (tortilla soup) ended up being served with the regular chips (not the gluten free chips) in it after I had made sure that I informed her that I could not eat the regular chips because they would make me sick. Not a pleasant experience.
This casual restaurant serves good food and complimentary gluten-free chips, salsa, queso, and for dessert, complimentary gluten-free sopapillas (only restaurant I know of that serves GF sopapillas). At the hostess desk, we asked for a gluten-free menu. Then the manager came to your table to discuss and clarify the several GF menu choices. Our server was knowledgeable and very friendly and attentive. We will definitely return and, based on our one visit, I recommend this restaurant for celiacs. There are three locations in the Kansas City area: Lee’s Summit (where we dined), Liberty, and 135th & Metcalf in KC.
The food is okay. Gluten free menu is limited. After being seated, I requested the gluten free menu. The waitress went for it and upon her return tossed it in front of me and said to be sure and ask for it before being seated next time. The chips are not gluten free. I will not eat at Ted's again.
As we were being seated we mentioned we needed a gluten-free menu. The hostess was very sweet and quick with it and made sure to let our waitress know which ones of us were gluten-free free before she came to our table. She also had freshly made gluten-free corn tortilla chips made and brought to our table. They were fabulous! The staff made those of us that were GF feel just as welcome and important as those who were not. The food was not greasy and was simply delicious! This was our first time going but will not be our last!
Great staff. My waiter was very knowledgeable about handling gluten free entrees. They provide gluten free chips and every person has their own individual dipping bowl for salsa/cheese. At one point an entree that had gluten in it hit my salsa bowl, and the waiter immediately apologized and brought me a new salsa to make sure my salsa was gluten free. I had a delicious corn enchilada. Yummy!!!
Ask for gf chips first . Waitress super knowledgeable.
Gluten Free menu.A must if you are in Lawton.Great place and knowledgable staff.
I love their gluten free chips!!! Everyone I've told them about even if they don't have the food allergy, they enjoy them better than the regular kind!!! They have tamales, enchiladas, they have a few more main dish items and some sides. I wish they could get a fajita seasoning that was gluten free, so I could enjoy those but all in all we love this place!!!