When I asked if the chips were made in a dedicated fryer, our waitress knew right away what I was asking. She brought me a GF menu and gave her suggestions. Food was good and her service was fantastic.
Not to mention, the margaritas were large, strong, and still cheap.
No one really knew exactly what was and what wasn't gluten free and even though their gluten free menu included the fajita salad, it came with croutons in it for some reason. Thankfully I was only three bites in when I found the first one. They do make their corn tortilla chips in a dedicated chip fryer so I was able to eat an appetizer.
Great food took some time but it was worth it 😀😀😀😀
Beware of cross-contamination, probably not recommended for someone with celiac. I recommend tacos or fajitas with corn tortillas.
I loved the food here! Chips were Gf according to the waiter and they seemed to know if things were or weren’t GF. There were several corn and rice based options!
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
They have naturally gluten free options on their allergy menu. Unfortunately, the local haciendas do not use a dedicated fryer for their chips so I have to bring my own. Am able to get a black bean with corn shell taco, rice and beans which makes for an alright meal when out with friends.
After the meal we had I’m honestly surprised anyone eats here. The chips are fine but the “salsa” is not salsa it’s a tomato sauce that has a weird flavor. I ordered a combo of a taco and enchilada. First they brought out the wrong combo. Then they brought the right combo but it was covered in onions which I specifically asked for no onions and the lettuce on the taco was brown and dry. They finally brought out a taco without onions.
The flavors on everything was just off. The rice is extremely strong seasoning it was only eatable with the extremely bland refried beans. The person I was with had a chimichanga but it was very bland.
The only reason I can think that this place is still around is because there’s nowhere else to eat. Very disappointed.
They have a dedicated fryer for the chips so you can have chips and salsa. Several of your normal options for gluten free Mexican food and it was good. Neither my daughter or I had a reaction. We would eat here again.
I ate here several times this week and was good. The fajitas with soft corn tortillas tasted great. Also had the chicken enchiladas with chipotle apricot sauce and that was a great sauce. The tortilla chips and salsa are safe. Will go back next time I'm in town.