I was at the Kyle restaurant April 7, 2017. They no longer have a gluten-free menu. The manager said the head office was working on something but they have withdrawn the past GF menu. He strongly recommended I not eat there at all, if I was trying to avoid gluten food items. He said that their food suppliers were not able to supply reliable gluten information. The kitchen uses the same utensils and grill for all cooking so cross contamination was a big issue. He was not able to tell me why their web site still says they have a GF menu. After waiting 45 minutes to be seated, we left after being told there was no GF menu.
We have eaten here several times without incident. The gluten free menu is large with a wide variety of choices and the food is delicious food.
I usually get a breakfast plate. The potatoes are safe for me. The chips and corn tortillas are gluten-free also. Update: Have tried several other items on gf menu (flautas, pork chops, carne asada, chalupas), nothing has made me sick, and it is yummy! :)
Young & family friendly- on a weekend night, great table tortilla chips. light & crispy. Had the avocado with shredded chicken and loved it. Gave up on corn tortillas years ago but these changed my mind: they were that good!
Big gluten free menu! chips and salsa gluten free and the food is great! some of the best Mexican food I've had gluten free or not!
No GF options on menu. Waitress said they no longer offer gluten free.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
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.
— Not at all
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.