Wonderful, this place is highly recommended. They very much understand gluten-free. The kitchen is small and they confine foods; nonetheless, if you are going to die from a remote speck of gluten they are conservative and rather not serve a Celiac. I am a Celiac and have never had a bad experience with Dorado. Thank you.
Ate here a while ago and they were very GF friendly. This time... They said "we recommend you don't eat here due to x-contamination". I tried to ask where and how the x-contamination could happen and they could not explain. Seems like they have no concept of what gluten is or what is in their food. It's tough to lose a place to eat as a celiac. So hopefully you guys adopt better training and vocab with your front of house staff.
I've eaten here maybe 6 times. Every person at the counter was knowledgable about the ingredients and preparation of the food. Besides the wheat allergy, I also have a dairy and nut allergy (and vegetarian) and was grateful to find a Mexican restaurant with no butter in the beans and plenty of flavor in the sauces. As many restaurants remove the sauces for gluten free it's refreshing to be able to eat a meal the way it's designed to be eaten. Have had the portabello tacos, zucchini tacos, and yucca chips - I'd recommend them all! Oh- it's cheap too!