Good food. The wait staff at the bar were very knowledgeable.
Ordered tacos with corn tortilla and they came out on flour. They remade it but it is obvious the cooks are untrained to deal with an actual allergy. Time will tell if I get sick
I got a shrimp veggie bean bowl in a regular bowl rather than their usual tortilla bowl and was fine. It wasn’t very flavorful, but I was happy there were so many veggies. They cook the shrimp and all meat on a different grill than the flour tortillas. Server also said they serve corn tortillas but I didn’t try them.
Tacos can be made on corn tortillas to make them GF. Nachos are from shared fryer so not GF. Was told all meats were safe, but one had a soy glaze, so I avoided that one. Had Mahi-mahi & carne asada tacos they were good. One of sides contains beer but all other sides are GF.
I had the "white corn" tortillas shells for my tacos. They looked like flour tortillas- I asked the waitress to make sure they were corn and she assured me that they were gluten free and they were the new brand they had just started using. Against my better judgement and common sense I ate them. I was very ill for three days. I am a celiac. I was told two days later that a friend of ours experienced the same thing at Cabo and he was very ill. He is a celiac also. I believe Cabo has good intentions but they need to educate their staff and kitchen. A wheat allergy and celiac is not anything to take lightly. Someone who is just on abstaining from gluten is totally different than someone with an autoimmune condition. Sadly I can never eat here again.