Mexican and Tex-Mex are some of our favorite foods.
Having Celiac I am always looking for a place to eat out with my non-celiac husband and Fiesta didn’t disappoint.
I read other reviews and wanted to take a chance, I’m glad we did.
The Fiesta Enchiladas sounded great and they are! Four enchiladas, one of each: ground beef, shredded chicken, white cheddar cheese, and refried beans. Topped with enchilada sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, and sour cream. I added an order of rice and retried beans and of course extra sour cream.
The associate I spoke to on the phone was knowledgeable and the waiter was as well; both gave suggestions. Couldn’t eat the chips and salsa because the chips are fried in cross contaminated fryer, but, it’s a small price to pay for a great experience. Plus, I didn’t fill up on chips and ate the entire meal.
Thank you Fiesta!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Not that many GF options. Margaritas are great, though.
The staff is friendly, prompt and knowledgeable regarding gluten allergies - if there unsure at all they immediately ask the Mgr who was very knowledgeable. The menu is “gluten sensitive” so if your like my husband who has Celiac and his reactions are mild you should be ok. I also have Celiac but tend to have a much more severe reaction and more quickly, but I was fine with the Carne Asada which was amazing.
Are tacos the only thing you have that is gluten free?
Fiesta is a longtime favorite of mine. They have a gluten sensitive menu, so it’s not good for celiac. The manager, Cam, is extremely knowledgeable and helpful as well. Just a PSA, you can’t eat the chips on the table.