La Golondrina Mexican Cafe

50% of 4 votes say it's celiac friendly

17 Olvera Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Directions

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Went here for lunch. You definitely want to check out their website as they have posted a menu with gluten free options. They do not have this menu at the restaurant. I had the Camarones al Mojo de Ajo which was a wonderful shrimp dish. Unfortunately, the chips are not gluten free, so only 4 stars. This place gets very busy on the weekend so get there early.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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Have a gluten free menu but not a gluten free fryer. Server knew what to stay away from even though the menu says gf. machaca con huevos was amazing!

Celiac friendly?

No

Updated 4 years ago read full review

Not celiac

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Said they could make many accommodations but the first 3 things I asked for could not be GF They don't have a GF fryer so all chips etc are not GF

Updated 6 years ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

Gluten Free Features

  • None Listed

Categories

  • Lunch
  • Mexican
  • Restaurant

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Wasn't very good food to start. staff knew very little about allergens, gluten, and cross contamination. poor service. manager praised by other reviewer ignored us repeatedly. loved Olvera street, but this is off our to do list

Celiac friendly?

No

Updated 7 years ago read full review

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When I explained my sensitivity to gluten, the manager on duty said that they had many dishes that they would carefully prepare for me. I was given special attention for my requirements AND the food is delicious authentic Mexican Cuisine in the wonderful atmosphere of the Original Pueblo de Los Angeles dating back to the late 1700's. be sure to ask for Juan!

Updated 7 years ago read full review

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