While they offer gluten free options, the tortilla chips are cooked in the regular fryolator, making them not gluten free. The manager came out to take our order since both my husband and I were ordering gluten free. I have gluten sensitivity, and my husband has Celiac. We did not get sick, but the food was awful! I ordered Pollo a la Crema and the cream sauce tasted burnt. I couldn't finish it. Should have sent it back, but thought it had very little flavor regardless of the burnt aftertaste. My husband wasn't overly thrilled either.
I went here for dinner this weekend. When I informed my waitress that I had celiac, she was very understanding. I asked about the tortilla chips - she said that they bake the chips in the same place as the burritos. Then she cut up some corn tortillas for me to eat with the salsa. They weren't fried, but at least I didn't feel left out. They also mark on the menu if the items are GF and have quite a few options.