Visited Los Cuantes on 12 Jun 21. They do not have a gluten free menu and do not have gluten free options marked on the menu.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
They let me look through the allergen book because some of their food is premade at a plant. Stay away from the refried beans and ask for whole beans instead (refried have gluten and milk). The potatoes are now deep fried so stay away from those too since they share a fryer. No dedicated fryer for chips. Chile is good. If you’re really clear with them about cross contamination, they’ll be good with it. Basically stay away from anything that’s fried, the beans, cooked chicken, taquitos, flour tortillas, chips, potatoes, etc. The whole beans are made in house and were actually better to me than the refried, just double check each location to make sure they’re GF.
— Not very
This restaurant is unsafe for Celiacs. Based on the earlier reviews I spoke with the host who not only showed me the allergen notebook but went into the kitchen to double check before seating us. I reiterated GF/Celiac with the waitress and ordered the taco salad without the wheat tortilla bowl. It arrived and I ate 75% of it only to discover pieces of wheat taco shell under all of the lettuce. I spoke with the kitchen manager and then the restaurant manager - both of whom said the waitress neglected to add “allergen” when she inputed the order which means it was made in a taco bowl and subsequently dumped on the plate. So then I spoke with the waitress! I also told the manager they need to post that although they offer GF options, they can not manage Celiac requirements.
I've never seen a GF menu here. I only order the steak tacos. The rice and beans always make me sick.
Both red and green chile are gluten free- so enchiladas are gluten free and delicious!