I went here during brunch hours after church. The staff told me they take food allergies very seriously. I told her that I had Celiac, so she made sure everything I ordered did not come in contact with gluten-containing foods. She said almost everything on their menu could be made GF. Great experience, and I will definitely be back.
Food was delicious. Corn tortillas are available for tacos and most of the recipes are gluten free. BEWARE OF WONTONS. I don't know if they use them to support the taco or what, but they placed them on the outside of two of my tacos, inside the wrapper.
I’ve even there twice, spoke to wait staff, ordered gf and both times became sick before even leaving the restaurant.
Brought my gluten free tacos (wrapped in foil) out in flour tortillas.
They have awesome tacos that you can get corn tortillas instead of flour. They will also turn any sandwich or burrito into a bowl for you. They have some great ciders too!
Warning for all celiacs. I clearly communicated my need to eat gluten free and chose 2 gluten free tacos. however, my chicken taco had multiple flour wontons layered on the bottom. I only found them halfway through eating the taco. the bad part is this taco description never contains wontons. I feel like these were added maliciously. please don't eat here if you or your loved one has allergies!!!
I'm diagnosed with Celiac. The server at Black Sheep was accommodating and assisted me in narrowing options. The menu can be found online and is not the typical Mexican fare. We started with tortilla chips and 3 salsas; a black bean & corn, a pico gallo, and a smokey chipotle one. I had a blackened chicken taco and a smoked salmon one. Both were excellent. My daughter had a side of sweet potato salad-delicious. If I lived here, i would return frequently. The menu uses the gf symbols, but I still needed the servers assistance to narrow down my options.