71% of 7 votes say it's Celiac friendly

2211 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110 Directions

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Celiac
2 days ago
Celiac friendly

Very excellent! Knowledgeable about safe Celiac friendly prep. And cashew cheese on tacos is a winner :) I've eaten here 3 times and always have felt safe- never been sick to report.

Celiac
2 years ago

Nothing is marked GF on the menu, but the server told me almost everything on the menu is GF (3 items that night were not GF: tamales, caesar salad, and black bean burger). I ate totopos and the tacos and had no issues, and I have Celiac. I would go back.

Celiac
2 years ago

I've ate here for many years but only a couple of times since being diagnosed two years ago (I live in the east bay now). I have not got sick these few times and I'm extremely sensitive. The food is GREAT! Talk to the manager and maybe don't eat non certified rice etc.

Gluten Free Features

  • Tacos

Categories

  • Dairy-Free
  • Late Night
  • Lunch
  • Mexican
  • Organic
  • Pescetarian Friendly
  • Plant Based
  • Restaurant
  • Vegan Friendly

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Celiac
3 years ago
Not celiac friendly

I got the flautas last night and got sick.

6 years ago

I have never ever gotten sick at Gracias Madre and I eat there two times a week. Delicious tacos.

Celiac
6 years ago

They say there's only one thing on the menu with gluten. However, ingot sick here 3 times in a row. They were very careless.

Not celiac
6 years ago

I like meat in my Mexican food, but would choose this place over many non vegan places. Starter nachos were delicious and the corn totopos had a great corn flavor. Tacos with kale were unique and great. Margaritas were perfect with rocks and a salted rim.

7 years ago

Very hyped up. Not a great variety of food. There can be issues with wait time, drinks aren't great either. Layout of restaurant has you bumping into people a lot.

7 years ago

Their menu mainly caters to vegans but you can get some tasty GF items by ordering things with corn tortilla instead of flour. However, if you're looking for a meatier Mexican option you can get something cheaper and just as tasty at other Mission eateries since most serve corn tortillas.

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