Since the kitchen allows no substitution the menu is limited. Items marked gluten free could use a non- dedicated fryer. I definitely reacted after eating here
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
Extremely rude staff. Not celiac friendly.
I wouldn't eat anything fried here, but Mexican is often a good choice for GF people (obviously get the corn tortillas) and this place sure is yummy. Can be a little pricey but it's a beautiful place to be.
Pleasantly surprised by our meal. We used to come here a long time ago for dinner, but stopped because the food wasn't so good anymore. Then I saw Coyote Crossing listed here and figured we'd give it a try. Most of the menu is gluten-free and every dish we all ordered was fantastic. We will definitely go back. Plus the restaurant is gorgeous!
5/16/17 update - the fryers are not gluten-free. After speaking with the manager, they fry the cheesecake (which has flour in it) in the fryers even though I have been told numerous times that the fryers were safe by the wait staff. The manager assumed that the little bit wasn't enough to make people sick and that the temperature of the fryer would be enough to deal with the Gluten (which is scientifically untrue since gluten is a very stable protein from a biochemical standpoint). I won't eat anything from now on that comes out of the fryer. Be careful to ask about your meal because I discovered quite a lot of items are fried that you would never think were.
Most expensive Maxican food and margaritas ever! $24 for enchiladas-$14 for a margarita. Even the guacamole-is $13. We had trouble (went through 3 people) to discuss gluten. I pointed out to them that they have an item on their menu made with Moderno beer that is not marked as having gluten. Made me question the other items being marked as gluten free. The server never responded to my question about that.
Lovely atmosphere. Center City prices in a residential neighborhood in Conshohocken. Almost $200 for 3 people to eat-only had one or two drinks per person...
We just ate brunch here and had a super helpful and friendly server. He checked with the kitchen to be sure our food was gluten free. The tortilla chips are safe.
My favorite hidden gem! GF all around and you could spend hours put back on the old patio!
I loved Coyote Crossing before my Celiac diagnosis. Now I love them even more! Their menu has stars that indicate what is NOT gluten free (and most of the menu is not starred). I haven't had enchiladas for almost a year and they have them here made with corn tortillas without ordering it special. It is so nice to feel like a normal customer and not the one asking for special treatment. A must try!