My daughter got glutened here. We explained she had celiac to the waitress and she acted like she knew exactly what to do. Unfortunately, now my daughter is sick.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Delicious. Initially, we had a bad impression as the hostess didn't know the word celiac (a bad sign if course). But she got the manager, and if you're celiac you can tell immediately when someone knows what they're talking about. He was very knowledgeable and assigned us an equally knowledgeable waiter. The waiter did advise that not all the Gf stuff on the menu is actually safe for Celiacs, but he steered us in the right direction. The appetizer chips and nachos for example are a no-no. The food was great. So, definitely stop by or call ahead and ask to speak to the manager and hopefully you'll have the same experience we did.
Great place to eat not sure about Celiac. The staff is knowledgeable and the menu has dedicated options. Food was great.
Don't waste your time. Half of the "gluten free" stuff is fried in a non-dedicated fryer, and about 1/4 contain things that have gluten elsewhere on the menu. They literally have no idea what they're doing, wrong answers to all the regular questions.
Great food and knowledge about cross contamination! Lots of gf options marked on the menu. Chips, guac, rice, and beans were not safe. But they subbed black beans and heated the corn tortillas for my fajitas in the microwave.
Great food. Has all gluten free items labeled on the menu.