Pollo Asada tested gf on my Nima
Menu was clearly marked, but to call chips gluten free and then not have a dedicated fryer is ignorant and misleading. Chips are fried with churros and beer battered options. Staff wasn't knowledgeable. Bowls were good, but we would have enjoyed chips.
For a family with Celiac, we tend to get bored of our local food options and love to explore new restaurants with caution. We found Chronic Tacos and stepped inside to find a gluten free menu and clean environment. The staff was cautious as the prepared our street tacos and potato tacos. It was yummy and we had no reactions to it. We are excited to add another gluten free option to our list.
All meats were GF, and corn tortillas were available. Tots were GF, along with queso (and they go VERY well together), and menu was clearly marked with other GF items.About as expensive as Moe’s or Chipotle, and tastes better than both (especially Moe’s).
The staff had no clue about celiacs. The cross contamination is extreme here. Food is delicious but those with celiacs I suggest you stay away. The fryers also are not dedicated so even though the fries and taquitos do not have gluten in them, they are fried with the breaded food.
The food is good, but not all items listed as gluten free are safe. The items might be gluten free, but they are not all prepared properly. When asked, the manager informed me that gluten free items that need to be fried are fried in the same grease as the items that are not gluten free. This decreases your gluten free options a bit, but what's left is still tasty.
Gluten Free Corn Tacos. No issues. Great place to eat