50% of 2 votes say it's celiac friendly

2801 S Louise Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57106 Directions

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They have a separate gluten free menu, just be sure to specify that you have an allergy not a preference. I had the pork carnitas fajitas with corn tortillas and did not get sick! Super delicious!

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Celiac

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The menu has a decent amount of GF items, I am not super sensitive to cross contamination and I got SICK! One of the first times I was sick from a restaurant. Server brought out flour tortillas after I explained my allergy. Had to send them back. She seemed very inconvenienced. I will not be back

Celiac friendly?

No

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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Brunch had separate gf options and also gf options for dinner

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 3 years ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

Gluten Free Features

  • None Listed

Categories

  • Kid Friendly
  • Late Night
  • Lunch
  • Mexican
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout
  • Tex-Mex
  • Vegetarian Friendly

Notes


Chevys has discontinued their gluten free menu due to the fact that they cannot guarantee that every restaurant is able to prevent cross-contamination.

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Celiac

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They were very accommodating. They brought out gluten-free chips for the whole table.

Quality & Quantity


How much of the menu is available gluten-free?

— Some

How would you rate the taste and quality of the gluten-free food you tried?

— Excellent

Not celiac

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I called tonight for carry out and asked for gluten free chips with the guacamole. I think they used to fry the chips in a different fryer. They told me they no longer accommodate gluten free. Just wanted to post this as a warning to others. They said it is too risky and they don’t want to make anyone sick, I appreciate that, but their chips were my favorite.

Safety


How confident are you that this establishment takes safety precautions against cross-contamination?

— Not at all

Quality & Quantity


Is there a gluten-free menu?

— No gluten-free information on the menu

How much of the menu is available gluten-free?

— None

How would you rate the taste and quality of the gluten-free food you tried?

— Average

Celiac

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They can no longer inform customers about what is gluten free due to legal reasons. Their new menu says nothing about what is gluten free. Our waitress told us that everything is “eat at your own risk” because they can’t share how they handle cross contamination or tell customers about what can and cannot be made gf. She told me that the only thing she can say is gf are the beans.

Safety


How confident are you that this establishment takes safety precautions against cross-contamination?

— Not at all

Quality & Quantity


Is there a gluten-free menu?

— No gluten-free information on the menu

How much of the menu is available gluten-free?

— None

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We talked to the manager when we walked in and asked him questions. He seemed very knowledgeable. Most fillings are gluten free. They can substitute corn tortillas for flour but if you want a burrito on a corn tortilla, ask to have it made on a separate, clean cutting board. The fryer is not gluten free for those sensitive or celiacs so no chips but the salsa is gluten free though spicy. He specifically mentioned the fajitas could be made gluten free so that's what I ordered. We saw him chat with the server so our server also seemed aware and told us to avoid the farmer's market enchiladas as the sauce is not gluten free and the filing has a little of the sauce in it.

I would only say this is celiac friendly if the manager on duty seems knowledgeable so before you order talk with the manager. The manager on the day we came said he would personally supervise it so I felt more comfortable.

Celiac

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Not a good place for Celiacs. When I asked for a GF menu, the manager who came over to ask me what celiac disease was. She said they no longer have a gluten free menu because “the company wants to save money.” They no longer have a shared fryer she said, but seemed unsure about where gluten could be found. I had symptoms afterwards so I will probably not go back.

Celiac friendly?

No

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