We came here based on the reviews. The menu is labeled with GF by the food items that are GF and there were several GF options. My daughter is celiac and highly sensitive. She did not get sick from eating here. We ordered her a plain rice bowl with grilled chicken. We should have gotten her a sauce to go with it but didn’t because we weren’t sure, being a kid, if she would have eaten it anyway. We ordered a basket of fries which she liked as well with the catsup mayo sauce. I ordered the Key West which is like a chicken rice bowl with lettuce and tomatoes and a special curry like sauce. It was labeled GF and was delicious!! I don’t have celiac but I do ha e tasted buds. It was yummy. We like this place. Heads up that parties greater than 6 should get a reservation
My daughter (she has celiac) ordered the rice and beans and combo fries. She loved them! My husband enjoyed having everyone sing happy birthday to him in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Hebrew! Will definitely go back next time we are in SD!
Their gluten free items are marked on the menu. Ordered key west, camarones Brazilian, maduros, ensalada caribe w steak. Only tried key west and didn’t get sick! Nice combination of so much veges, carbs (rice) and protein (black beans and chicken) with curry mayo. Kids loved the food as well.
This was such a great place to eat. They had a gluten free work space and a ton of options which is rare for a celiac to have! I ordered the Bistec de palomilla and it was so good, no negative aftermath, just a full happy tummy. Would highly recommend.
This is a Cuban restaurant. One side of the menu is clearly marked as to what is gf. The other side of the menu where you build your meal with different meats & sauces has NO gf indicators. So I was disappointed in the amount of choices I had. But if you like rice & bean & plantains this could be a place for you.