Chipotle does not have a gluten free menu but instead has a list of gluten-containing ingredients to avoid. Cross-contamination is a concern, however, so let the person taking your order know that you are gluten free and if you need them to take the proper precautions. From their website: "If you avoid gluten, don't eat our flour tortillas. If you are highly sensitive to gluten and would like us to change our gloves, just let us know at the start of your order. You should be aware items containing corn, including corn tortillas (chips, soft corn, and crispy corn tortillas) and corn salsa, may have a small amount of gluten from potentially co-mingling with gluten-containing grains in the field."
This location is kind of a hit or miss when is comes to wheat allergies/ celiac. It really depends on who is preparing the meal. I’d recommend asking for the manager, they seem to be most informed on how to handle this type of thing.
This place is sooo celiac friendly :)
I've eaten here a few times and not gotten sick. Staff will wash hands, change gloves, and pull new items. They are always polite and don't seem upset at all. I try to go when they're not busy.
Well trained accommodating staff changed gloves, serving spoons to ensure I ate gluten free. Excellent!!
The staff was very nice. When I asked them to change their gloves, they asked if it was a gluten issue. Then they changed all the spoons, offered to clean the counters and had one person wash their hands twice before putting on new gloves
Delicious food and they take precaution when preparing food for celiacs. They used clean spoons as well as changed out their gloves for me. Eaten there twice without getting sick. Chips are gluten free as well♥️
LOVE THE FOOD!! never dull and super tasty
Everything but the flour tortilla is safe.
This was the best experience I’ve had at any chipotle. As soon as I said I have celiac, the employee washed and sanitized her hands and put on new gloves and handled my order beginning to end. She had separate containers of cheese and lettuce ready to use - I normally have to request this! A great experience and will definitely be eating here a lot in the future.
I was just there last night and it says their chips are gluten free but I asked the girl if they make them out of their corn or flour tortillas and she told me the flour ones! So I’m a little confused on that! Does anyone know for sure?
Just don’t. Most chipotle’s are respectful when making a request to change gloves. The young man who helped me was respectful. It was another person down the line who I had to give a detailed account to on why you can’t roll a tortilla before you make a bowl. She was told three times I had an allergy and was incredibly difficult.
We eat here all the time. My son has celiac disease and when we let them know they change gloves, wipe the prep surface down, get new spoons and use fresh ingredients whenever possible. He has never had an obvious reaction.
You can eat here safely IF you avoid cheese or lettuce. They stick their hands in both these things after touching tortilla. Tell them you have an allergy and they will wash hands and change gloves. Just don’t let them put in anything they stick their hands in.
Read the reviews here before going to this location tonight. Expected great things. Walked in to see all the tables filthy at 5:09pm on a Saturday. Staff person had NO IDEA what celiac was, had equally NO IDEA what to do about a wheat allergy. We turned and left. Terrible. Would give zero stars if possible.
I was overwhelmed with appreciation for the amazing service my 6 y/o newly diagnosed celiac Child received at this location. They removed all existing utensils, re-wShed hands, sanitized, changed gloves, pulled out fresh tins of the food options she chose and handled her food perfectly. It was a huge relief for our first night eating out since we received the diagnosis. THANK YOU Chipotle!!
The staff was very accommodating to celiacs. I don’t know the names of the 2 women that helped me but I was ordering gluten free and gluten entrees and one woman made mine and the other made the tacos for my husband. She washed her hands, used hand sanitizer, and new gloves and got brand new cheese and lettuce for my burrito bowl. Will 100% return to this location.
Best Chipotle I've been to in terms of reducing cross contamination. Employees wash their hands and change gloves, don't set the bowl down on the line, use papers over the ingredient scoops, and always take out fresh lettuce and cheese. I've never had any issues after eating there.
I love their food but have gotten sick too many times to eat there anymore, Their toppings for the most part are safe. They do not like getting a new spoon for each ingredient that you want though. They’re too busy.
Every time I eat here I ens getting sick. The staff is great and changes their gloves, but I still get sick. It must be something they are doing while preparing the food. Definitely not safe for celiacs!
I came in, asked the guy behind the counter to change his gloves for my daughter’s meal. He immediately washed his hands thoroughly, changed his gloves and prepared my daughter’s entire bowl from beginning to end.
Staff was terrible put chicken that fell on counter back in bowl. They were rude about changing gloves and touched every surface of the counter after they did change them. Protocol for allergies was not followed at all. Not safe to eat at this location.
The staff are very knowledgeable. They wash their hands. They change their gloves and spoons. Toppings and they put tinfoil on their soft corn tortillas on tortilla Press. They wipe down the surface :) I love chipotle so much :)