I called. They are no longer gf. A new company bought them and decided gf wasn’t worth their time or our money I guess.
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They were, then they weren't, and now they are again. We have eaten there 2 times lately and we were OK both times, but for a while not to long ago they told us straight up they were no longer gf, I'm glad they went back to go options again. Food was good but the ground beef was not drained and the fat running on the plate was gross. 2nd time I asked them to drain the meat when I ordered and it was much better.
Went for dinner, from previous review, NO GLUTEN FREE MENU, as we were informed that all dishes cooked were cross contaminated from fryers etc. Very nice about it and we're up front right away. So I would go back if a real Gluten-free menu was available.
The biggest gluten free menu I have seen in the past 6 months since Celiac diagnosis. The server was very knowledgeable about Gluten free items. Chips and salsa were gluten free. Had chicken fajita enchiladas with a tomatillo sauce and it was excellent. Everyone loved their meal! I would highly recommend!
Food was quite good, had won a local Best of... award. Separate menu, plenty of gf options. Waitstaff not too inspired but really goood experience overall!
Separate GF menu with a large selection to choose from...The beef tacos with beans and rice was fantastic..every one had a great meal (I am the only GF)
Full Gluten-free menu
No GF options on menu. Waitress said they no longer offer gluten free.
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— No gluten-free information on the menu
They have a separate gluten free menu. Chili con queso is gluten free, chips are crispy.
The staff is not knowledgeable about Gluten Free. The regular menu states they have a GF menu; however, when I asked for the Gluten Free Menu, no one seemed to know about it? Our waitress had to ask the asst. manager for it. He came over to our table telling me they DON’T have any GF menus! I told him their information is “misleading” to the customers who have Celiac or are Gluten Sensitive. He looked at me like he didn’t know what I was talking about? I asked him if he knew what Celiac meant? He said, no. I told him we cannot eat any gluten (wheat, barley, or rye), or else we will end up in the ER (emergency room)!! I told him they should remove the wording from the regular menu stating you have a Gluten Free Menu.
I have celiac, every time I eat there I ALWAYS get sick. The food is good, and they claim to be gluten free. I keep giving them chances in hopes that they will get it right but so far no. It’s not that they don’t have gluten free food, it’s that they don’t clean their area and will cook flour tortillas on the same griddle as corn.cross contamination is the problem.