I’m glad we tried this place. They have a gluten free menu but be sure to tell them you want your items gluten free. They do have a gluten free fryer, but it wasn’t warmed up when we ordered from them last time. Instead they pan fried the items they would have otherwise put in the fryer. I wouldn’t trust the chips, as I’m sure they are made in the contaminated fryer. So don’t eat the chips, and let them know you’re gluten free. Make sure they know not to fry your items in the main fryer. I’ve eaten there 4 times and I’ve never gotten sick.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Staff did not seam to be educated about celiac. The food was not good. And I had an exposure. The only good thing I can say about it is that it was cheap.
I have very severe celiac disease. The past few times I've gone I've felt sick. I've had mixed statements from staff regarding the chips being in a dedicated fryer. Appears there are mixed reviews on here as well regarding the chips. Staff otherwise seems aware of gluten free needs and they have a GF menu. I'm willing to try again and pass on the chips.
They did a nice job with gluten free orders. Corn tortillas with fajitas was great. They have a gluten free menu.
Please note the other comments about a dedicated fryer is not correct.
However, the have a gluten friendly menu with items at risk for cross contact with gluten.
The waitress worked with me on options to minimize C.C. had the chicken quesadilla with corn tortillas and a salad.
I have celiac and I would recommend this place! They have friendly and knowledgeable staff, a dedicated fryer for chips and a GF menu. I had to ask to leave the orange cheddar off the beans. I felt good after eating there and I can always tell right away if I've had gluten.
I ate here numerous times than one time I got super sick, gluten issues. I think it may have been from the chips they offer during happy hour. I think it may have been cross contaminated. I would have been safer just eating the ones they bring to you instead of other peoples hands, etc over the happy hour ones.
Was told by waitstaff they do not have a dedicated fryer. Their gf menu was being 'revamped' so wasn't available. Choices were slim as I had to just request modifications from the standard menu. No ETA when gf menu is coming back... Food was unseasoned and bland. Still got sick afterward. Only reason for stars was for the helpful and honest waitstaff.
This place reminds me of every other suburban Mexican restaurant I've been to. Expect somewhat over priced standard Mexican fare. As for gluten-free, they do have a dedicated fryer for chips (which were delicious), but beware that some options listed on the gluten-free menu (ex. flautas) are fried in a non-dedicated fryer.
They have a two page GF menu with a lot of detail and options. Margarita mix is unfortunately not GF. Our waiter took my need for GF food seriously. I had cheese enchiladas with red sauce and rice and had no reaction.