Many options, good food, didn’t get sick
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Has a great gluten free options. The server was very knowable on the food was prepared and precautions they took to avoid cross contamination. They don't have a gluten free fryer so could not have the chips which was disappointing. but they did bring menu own bowl of salsa w my meals since he noticed my friends were dunking their chips in the salsa. Also bc the restaurant is small I heard him call back to the cooks to let them know a celiac order was coming in and use new pans and gloves. Food was delicious.
Good G free selection plus fun place to relax. Hidden gem for sure.
delicious! and awesome choices for a gf menu.
I brought my two celiac daughters (8 & 9 years old) here to try it out. Just diagnosed 5 months ago and havnt really been able to eat out much. I talked to the server and explained how we would love to stay in eat there if things were not cross-contaminated. She assured me they wouldn't be. I ordered them a corn tortilla quesadilla and after it was delivered to our table and they took a bite....we found out it was FLOUR!!!!!! Then they tried charging me for it!!! We will not be going back.
Always one of my favorites! Yum!
This place has amazing gluten free food and lots of choices!!!!😎
The food is amazing! My only complaint is that I couldn't stop eating the great food so I was really full! Fresh, homemade. I'm a celiac and did not get sick.
Pros: Lots of options without gluten-containing ingredients, just by switching from flour tortilla to corn tortilla, so you still get the same quantity of food. Even the "breaded" popcorn shrimp is made from cornmeal base - not flour - so doesn't contain gluten. Cons: Not safe for anyone sensitive to cross-contamination. It's a small facility, so they simply do not have room for a dedicated GF fryer, tortilla press and prep space. My celiac daughter still does fine at Las Tortillas despite this, but if you are very sensitive you may want to re-think this place.