This is my go to place to get gluten as well as an allergy free meal. All allergens are listed on the website. There is also a reward card to earn free food. Staff has always been friendly and helpful.
Their website will tell you what is gluten free.
Staff was not knowledgeable; said the only thing that was gluten free was whatever was listed on their menu. It was a crunchy taco and their sauces and that’s it. Walked out because I didn’t trust them to get it right.
Amazing Amazing Amazing!!! They were very nice and careful with my daughters food. They had the allergy list posted right on the glass. He was super careful l, needed reminded to reglove, but did so and was happy for the reminder. He was so good.
Staff was very knowledgeable, they had a gluten-free menu worksheet right at the assembly station that the server pulled down and kept beside him while he assembled the taco bowl we ordered so he could reference it item-by-item. Staff cleaned thoroughly and changed gloves before assembling.
The food is good and their menus have the little gf symbol by all the safe stuff so you don’t have to ask about ingredient which is nice. Utensils are used across orders so contamination does occur.
They have a gluten free menu right at the beginning of the ordering area which is great. The workers seemed clueless. I asked the girl to change gloves, which she did as she rolled her eyes. Then she passed our bowl off to the next person without me realizing it and the second person had NOT changed her gloves. I explained the problem and the first girl grabbed stuff and remade our order without any words- obviously irritated. It is a shame that a place that offers so many choices does not have better understanding of the gluten free necessity for some people.
like Chipotle but not so good. more choices of sauce, but there isn't any sign the food is of any particular quality. a little stingier on the guacomole. still, we liked this better than the Eat and Go across the street that didn't have enough choices for us.
Talked with a manager who was very friendly however he was not knowledgeable about gluten free and was not very convincing about cross contamination. The more questions I asked the more he admitted that there is a chance for spatulas and spoons to touch wheat tortillas and then going back into the dish. Very disappointing but expected from a chain like that. Would not recommend celiacs to dine there!
We eat at Hot Head often with my daughter who's a Celiac. She has never had any issues after eating and the staff is always very accommodating. I always order her meal first and have them change gloves. Staff seems knowledgeable about gluten.