Somewhat celiac friendly. The server said the tortilla chips weren’t GF/cross contaminated. Glad I didn’t eat them but seems like something that could easily be GF. Meal was just ok. I think there are many better options in the area.
Turned up at 9.30pm and the restaurant was closed.
Supposedly gluten free but tested for it on Nima
Definitely not celiac safe! Told us they only have a shared dryer after they brought out our food!
Excellent fusion restaurant. They went out of their way to accommodate my Celiac requirements. Wonderful food, drinks, and service. No GF desserts avsilable.
Loved this spot! The menu was very clear as to what options were GF. The server noticed I had an allergy menu and immediately inquired what my allergy was. He acknowledged my request and was helpful to ensure everything was perfect!
Food was overpriced and small portions. Not a great place to take kids. There idea of tacos are super spicy and have duck tongue and other weird flavors. Not your normal Mexican or Asian fare. Guacamole alone costs $16, FYI.
The food was great, and they were able to accommodate my diet restrictions (gluten/celiac, egg, dairy and soy). I had delicious chicken tacos on handmade corn tortillas. I would definitely go back.
They will print out a gluten free menu which makes it super easy to order. Plenty of options on there, I tried two different tacos both were amazing! Favorite was the pescada (fish) taco.
Always appreciate a gluten free menu! Very tasty food. Be aware that the fries are contaminated in the fryer, they are listed on the gfree menu, but there is an asterisk alerting (I didn't notice this until after i ordered, but our server was very understanding and accommodating and was able to cancel the order)
The food was good but most of the gf options are Mexican. They have a shared fryer so the chips are not good for a celiac.
The food was excellent and so was the service. We ordered soup and tacos and were very pleased. A word of caution, and why I didn't rate it 5 stars, the gluten free menu contains items fried in the same oil of gluten-containing items and those with soy sauce which unless you request to have gluten free soy sauce is not gluten free per the disclaimer on the menu and from the waiter. The waiter walked me through what was actually safe but be sure to ask. It could be misleading.
Eaten here several times and always a great experience with wait staff and chefs that pay attention to gluten free. And the salt air margaritas are just about the best drink ever. Last trip was above and beyond. They dropped chips and salsa at our table for some reason, I was smart enough to know chips where not gluten free and did not have any, server was then rushing over to our table to tell me it was a mistake, and yes, the chips were not gluten free, he did a "whew!" when I said yes, I assumed that. Special was actually an Asian dish that the waiter said could be prepared GF, I did not order but my husband did, and they actually prepared it for him GF in case I wanted to try. Very, very nice touch since it is a rare thing we can share a plate.
We had chips & salsa, two tacos and the shrimp mojo - all very delicious. We were a little disappointed that most of the gluten free options were very Poblano and less Chinese. Staff was very helpful and knowledgeable about gluten free dining.