I came here when I was unable to find a Celiac-safe restaurant close to Mammoth Cave Campground. Mexican cuisine has higher odds of being safe (provided there aren't a lot of fried foods on the menu and corn tortillas are clearly offered) and this place meet all my initial prerequisites. I placed my order through their website, which was easy to do. However, there was no allergen information on the menu, and no option to let the staff know I have Celiac disease when placing the order. I went with my usual precautions, ordering only items with corn in them, in this case a lunch order of taquitos with spanish rice (it also came with chips and salsa). My take out order was ready on time. The food was delicious and I didn't get sick. Because lunch was a success, I placed another order that same day for supper, this time ordering off the ala carte menu (a tamale, an enchilada, and a chalupa). Once again, my order was ready on time, the food was good and affordable, and I wasn't sick. If I camp at Mammoth again, I'll be sure to stop by this restaurant.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
No one spoke English and did not understand gluten free.... left without ordering.
Dined on 23 or 24 August 2017 for dinner. Unable to eat anything -- hostess and server not clear on what gluten-free meant. Did not feel comfortable trying anything on the menu that could possibly have been prepared gluten-free.
Nothing is labeled GF. I spoke with the waiter in English and Spanish to make sure he understood my allergy. I had chicken enchiladas and tortilla chips and, fortunately, did not get sick. I would eat here again if we were in the area.