Pescatarian, Gf, Df - not worth the price and the food is all gross and boring. I didn’t get sick but definitely won’t ever eat here again
Decent, cheap eats for a family of 8 of which 4 are celiac. Had the carne street tacos plate with beans and rice as well as the chips and guacamole with fruit for dessert. None of us got sick! We had one vegan and they took care to make sure her plate was not contaminated. $135 for 8 plates, 2 chips and guac, and 2 fruit cups. Recommended!
Disney is normally great about my celiac, but I got horribly sick after eating at Cocina Cucamonga. Might have been ood poisoning, I suppose, but I was out of commission for an entire day and it felt more like a gluten bomb.
Talked to a chef told me he would get all ingredients from the back for my chicken rice bowl. I got extremely sick. I have celiac but thought I did everything right by talking to the chef and he confirmed it would be safe for me.
I had a rice bowl here. It tasted so fresh and hit the spot on a hot day.
Be sure and ask to speak with the chef. And explain yourself. The chef will make sure there is no cross contamination. You are taking a chance if you don’t talk to the chef. Food was very good. Al pastor tacos were delicious.
Gluten free menu enclosed. They are knowledgable about cross contamination.
Not tasty. Also, they gave my son with Celiac's his quesadilla on a flour tortilla. When we asked the chef, he said it was a corn tortilla even though it was a different color and texture than the corn tortillas on the other plates. Clearly, food allergies are not a high priority here.
They readily gave the allergy menu, and there are a pretty good number of choices. No issues with the meal, except the rice was a little undercooked.
My coeliac son had the quesadillas from the gluten free menu and enjoyed them. Prepared separately and delivered by the chef. Very happy.
Staff was not very knowledgeable... had to send back our food twice when asking for a quesadilla on corn tortillas.
My wife and I were very impressed with yet another fast food location at the mouse house that accomidates gluten and dairy restrictions. While the help only had special menu's available they were willing to talk to the chef if needed. We ate there twice and both times my wife's Vegie taco salad had no gluten and was delicious with no reactions to the food. It comes with guacamole and lots of fresh veggies. The salsa that came with the meal had a little spice to it, which was nice since there was no spicy salsa available. There is no getting away from 'resort pricing', but this was not your usual amusement park food. While we ate the mariachi's played and the beautiful view of the park was restful after a day of crazy crowds.
My family has Hashimoto's disease and can't have gluten or dairy. The chef , Bryan, came out to discuss our food restrictions and was super helpful. The food was yummy, the staff didn't make us feel like a pain in the butt, and best of all we didn't get sick.
Asked about allergens at the front. The lady told me about the vegetarian options...sigh...she then said to talk to the chef who seemed very put out. We had to ask 3 times about the chips. I think the salsa they gave us was contaminated as we both got got sick. Not recommended also overly salted
Veggie tacos with corn tortillas. Mediocre at best. Basically ate the tortillas, rice, beans and guac. Got a frozen margarita nearby which was not very good either.