They have told me that none of their food is gluten free and they can't accommodate. I have taken a gamble twice with their fish tacos and their carne asada. I don't eat any of their sauce when I go there and have had good luck so far. Those are the only options on the menu that are basic and served with corn tortillas.
Don't eat the tortilla chips if you have celiac, they don't have a dedicated fryer. Although if you are less sensitive I was told they do the tortilla chips first thing in the morning after they change the oil. The carne asada is delicious!
Be cautious. The one in the Old Mill District was not very well informed. When I last went in, a year or so ago, they told me their ovens get rid of all of the gluten... For a celiac this was NOT music to my ears. For those who are less sensitive they do provide low gluten options.
Accommodating and delicious. When I told them about my allergy, they knew to ask if it was strict or not. Do not eat the corn chips as they are fried in same oil as other fried stuff. Ordered fish tacos with corn tortilla and rice and beans. All very yummy.
This is my favorite Mexican restaurant in all of Oregon! They have five restaurants in the Bend, Sunriver and Redmond area
The waitress here was off the chart nice. She discounted two of the 6 meals on our ticket because the cook put cheese on our (2) dishes so she had to have him remake them. Delicious food, although the mole sauce was a little skimpy. We would definitely go there again if we find ourselves in Redmond. The fryer is NOT dedicated GF however.
Great Mexican and Peruvian food. Everything is gluten-free except the flour tortillas. They don't have any wheat flour in the restaurant so everything is gluten-free unless you order a burrito! The chorizos have flour in them but they are made outside the restaurant. I've eaten at three of these restaurants in the area and had no ill affects whatsoever. And I have celiac disease!