They’re always very good when I come here and I’m super sensitive. Nachos are a good option because you don’t have to worry about anything going on the grill.
Unsafe. They do make an effort but every time I go they cross contaminate something
Great! The staff was super careful. Everyone put on new gloves, wiped down the counter and opened fresh ingredients to prevent cc. Many tasty choices. The food was excellent.
They make a tremendous effort here, putting on new gloves, bringing fresh bins of prepared veggies, etc to avoid cross contamination. They use aluminum foil on their burrito heating machine...very knowledgeable about what to do for GF service. We used to go often, but over time, I observed that I just don't feel well after eating their food. I tried investigating why by talking to staff and asking about ingredients, but I could never figure it out. So now, I just don't go there anymore. It might not be a gluten issue, but perhaps flavor enhancers they use, or Mexican spice mixes with undisclosed MSG or something else. Wish I could isolate it, because the food is fresh and delicious, and the others in my family would eat there regularly if I would.
Not for those with celiac or extreme allergies. They do try but they get the food from the same line meaning that utensils could have touched flour tortillas. Got upset and tried to argue with me when I said I couldn't eat that.
This is my go-to gluten-free place. Absolutely delicious and never any issues with cross contamination. If you say, "I'm celiac" they'll go to the back and get you fresh ingredients that haven't even been near the wheat tortillas (which is the only thing in the place with any gluten). The chipotle aioli is a GREAT addition to any meal. Love the place.
the original Las Olas- the staff serves up a yummy and fresh meal- just let them know of any allergy and they'll take precautions.
I stated I couldn’t have gluten and the server immediately washed hands and changed her gloves. After asking me if I wanted a flour or corn tortilla (I told her corn and gave her the benefit of the doubt) she then proceeded to handle contaminated equipment with those gloves before handling my food. She placed my corn tortillas on the grill on foil, but left one half of one hanging off of the foil and laying on the contaminated grill, in the exact spot from where she has just moved a flour quesadilla. I apologized and told her I changed my mind and left, humiliated.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I love the burrito bowls here. So yummy and the staff take off their gloves and use different rice for GF to prevent cross contamination.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu