When I arrived I asked the employee at check out about what their knowledge of GF. If she wasn’t knowledgeable then I needed to speak with the manager. She said he’s not available he went to the bank. She ended up having to call him. She was unable to find their GF menu. They have a disclaimer online that they make every attempt to avoid cross contact but can’t guarantee there wouldn’t be traces of gluten in the food since their food is prepared in a common kitchen. I ordered a breakfast taco. Was watching their preparations in the kitchen. They put the wheat tortillas on the same grill with the corn tortillas. It was apparent that they took no precautions to avoid cross contact. They didn’t change gloves. The same gloves that touch your GF corn tortillas reach into the bag and touch the wheat tortillas so definite cross contamination. They say their chips are GF but they fry them in a common fryer. This was very disappointing since there was a good review of this location. The review of this location however was 3 years ago so I was very cautious and purposefully watched how they prepared it. If you aren’t concerned about cross contamination then you would be fine eating here but for celiacs I would say don’t eat there.
— Not at all
— Separate gluten-free menu