Before we received menus I asked if the nachos were GF and was told yes- we ordered them and got situated. A good 10 minutes before we got menus or water even though it was literally us an one other table. Nachos were not on the GF menu, and I asked why he said because they had chicken and cheese on them. We walked out then and there. Incompetent and unsafe.
Called to get information about GF and asked questions about food prep. I asked for a manager as the person on the phone couldn't answer my questions. The manager told me I should eat elswhere when I told her that food sharing the same fryer is not gluten free. Sent an email and was told that the "manager" I spoke with was a trainee that didn't really know about GF, that they are aware of cro ss contamination and are very careful. I'm not willing to take a chance since it appears that there isn't a lot of staff training.
According to my server, the only thing on the menu I could have were vegetable fajitas and vegetable quesadillas, both with corn tortillas. The corn chips are fried in contaminated oil, so I had to sit and watch everyone chow down while I was starving. There are gluten contaminants in the marinade for the beef and chicken, as well. If you have a hankering for Mexican and those options sound too limiting, I'd try somewhere else.
I had a very good experience. When I asked if the chips were gluten-free, the waiter said that they are corn chips, but fried in contaminated oil. So he definitely was aware of Celiac concerns. They also have soft corn tortillas for tacos and fajitas.
I have been here many times and the service is normally wonderful. However, I have Celiac disease and the last time I went there they contaminated my food and I got VERY sick. I think maybe they are under new management or something.
Amazing Tex-Mex. One of my favorite places to eat. Their Tamal de Elote for an appetizer is soooo good. For enteees, they will use corn tortillas but i always double check to make sure they are corn and not wheat. Some of the waiters/waitresses don't seem to "get it".