We went on s Sunday morning and had to wait 45 minutes but it was worth the wait!! I had the Huevos rancheros with red sauce and scrapped the dish clean. Delicious corn tortillas. Felt fine after eating here and I have celiac. Enjoy! As a bonus, while you wait for a table, cross the street to visit the Santa Fe Oil and Vinegar store. Really great finds and gifts to bring home there.
While not dedicated gluten free the staff made every effort to ensure my dishes were gluten free. I am a highly sensitive celiac and did not get sick - enjoyed the salmon with cilantro rice. Very tasty food. Recommend a reservation as it is one of the most popular restaurants in Santa Fe.
Wonderful staff knowledgeable and accommodating. A lot of gluten free items already on menu, and the kitchen is well versed to avoid any cross contamination. I'm a local and it is a famous tourist spot, so a bit pricey, but it felt great to eat in comfort of people well trained and delicious food.
One winter evening while I was in Santa Fe for a conference, I decided to treat myself to a nice dinner at Cafe Pasquel’s. The staff was very knowledgeable and the menu was notated. Yes, it is pricey - my solo dinner with two cocktails was over $80, but felt the food, service, and general ambiance was worth the extra funds. Definitely worth a try when looking for fine dining in Santa Fe.
The waitress was very experienced with special diets and so careful with order. I am gluten, dairy, corn and soy free. The waitress knew the ingredients in the dishes and suggested substitutes. I had plaintain chips with a custom-order guacamole. Then a delightful salmon with cilantro sauce and veggies. I loved my meal. I'd highly recommend for anyone but especially for those on a special diet.
OMG im so stuffed, everything was so good, they have a very nice menu options and are very gluten free friendly, it is santafe so we cannot expect much less. We were going to come for dinner last night but there was an hr wait, we tried breakfast today and were so lucky to have neal, kind and funny.
Multiple selections and knowledgeable staff. I had the quinoa burger (vegetarian) and had the choice of a gluten-free multi-seed bun. It was delicious, as was the medjool date milkshake. The communal table is a friendly option, especially if you might otherwise eat alone.
Had an omelet cooked in a pan. The waitress substituted fresh fruit and sliced tomatoes for the potatoes (not GF as cooked on a shared grill) and the "GF" toast which actually isn't since it's toasted in the common toaster. But, service was excellent and my GF meal was delicious.
Tiny, 50-seat restaurant focused exclusively on Southwest food using fresh, locally sourced, GMO-free food. The tiny kitchen made me apprehensive, but I'm glad I took the risk. Corn flour tortillas and fresh-made dishes meant about 25% to 30% of the menu were available to eat without accommodations. Everything was delicious. If they could find space in their kitchen for a dedicated fryer, the tortilla chips would be an option as well. Reasonably priced.