Went here for brunch and was unimpressed. Our waitress said she was the “gf server” so I felt comfortable ordering with her. I chose the omelet. The only vegetables inside were squash and zucchini which honestly made the omelet kind of unpleasant in my opinion. It came with a side of home fries which the server did not mention I needed to sub out, but I just read another review on here that said the home fries were NOT gf. I have a feeling that review was right because I have had the crampy feeling all day, suspecting me to believe something in there was not gf. Overall I didn’t think the food was anything spectacular, and there are more safe & tastier options around Boston so I won’t be coming back here. I will say the drink that I had was pretty good - a mango/guava bellini.
This place shouldn’t be on this App. Nothing about it is GF, even stuff I could normally eat at a Mexican restaurant used flour here (such as the enchiladas made with flour instead of corn tortillas). The pork tacos and pork dish were made in beer. I had a couple tapas dishes, which tasted good, but gave me that cross contamination cramping feeling overnight.
I had brunch at Masa this morning with a group, including my mom who is Celiac as am I. Our waiter was very knowledgeable about the menu and aware of just GF vs Celiac. He said they could make most of the brunch menu Celiac friendly with a few adjustments. I'm also a vegetarian and was pleased with the Huevos Rancheros with a corn tortilla. My mom ordered the stuffed Mexican omelet - they substituted a fruit cup for the home fries which weren't GF and the toast.The various corn breads they offer the table are made with flour, but they alerted us to it.The manager came over and discussed the process in the kitchen and also was the one who delivered the GF plates to our table himself.Would recommend and will return.