I had the poblano pepper from the gluten free menu. The chicken was bland, but the sauce was delicious. In the end, none of it mattered. I feel awful! I am gluten intolerant, not celiac- and I can’t imagine how sick I’d be if I had celiac. And the “gluten-free” enchiladas aren’t safe either. My daughter - also gluten intolerant - has those and also feels sick. Go somewhere else!
They have 3 items on the gluten free menu. I am not Celiac but super sensitive to gluten as it will throw my Crohn's disease into a flare when I eat it. At some restaurants when you inquire, the waiter will check if an item that appears to be gluten free such as a salad item really is in the kitchen for you. Our waiter didn't really care and said you can only order from the gluten free menu. I ordered the poblano relleno. It was blanched, unseasoned chicken inside of a poblano pepper, sauce on top, a couple of slices of avocado and pico de Gallo as garnish. It was small and tasteless and I can't believe I paid $15 for that as a meal and left the restaurant hungry. I had to go there for a birthday, but I will not be coming back.