I’ve been here three times! There’s a small GF portion of the menu, including Chilaquiles, and items are clearly marked and most can be modified to be GF. I speak “Spanglish”, but not Spanish super well, but I have been comfortable with the knowledge of the staff (“Soy Celiaco” was understood without explanation), and I have not gotten sick from here. It’s not a GF kitchen, so Barley and Wheat are used, so I’m strategic with what I order, but I also highly recommend checking it out!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu