Great spot to grab a cocktail and gluten free yums before a flight. I visited later on a Friday and it wasn't super busy, service was on the slow side, but I wasn't in a hurry. They have a decent amount of GF options on their menu. I get the veggie combo and it was delicious! The ginger rice was even better than I imagined.
I have celiac and saw that they had a gluten free menu so I took my family to the Frisco location. The GF menu was pretty disappointing, especially for a Mexican restaurant. Most options included an asterisk that led you to read that even items containing corn flour or corn masa could not be guaranteed gluten free, so that ruled out even the corn tortillas. The menu also listed guacamole and queso as an option but there were no alternatives for the chips (both types are fried in a shared fryer) so the listing seemed pointless. Most other entrees had to be altered in some way in order for the meal to actually be gluten free, often eliminating meat or basically just taking the food down to a super basic state which was not worth the money in my opinion. Sad to say we ended up leaving after our blue margaritas (now those I would recommend) to find dinner elsewhere.
Food was really good but served cold, twice. Had to ask for the gluten free menu twice then had to get up to go get it. The perfect divide soup is awesome but had to send back because it was cold. Then meal was served cold too. I'll come back in a crunch if that's where friends want to go but not a place I will individually choose to spend my money at.
Do not eat here if you have celiac!!!! When I was half done with my "gluten free" meal, our waitress asked why I ordered gluten free. I explained. She then told me she had asked the cooks what it was and they told her it was no carbs and personal diet preference. I am writing this a day later in pain!
Avoid fried foods including our yellow and blue corn tortilla and sweet potato chips (they may have been fried in the same oil as items containing wheat). Avoid corn tortillas (there may be cross contamination with wheat flour).