The lady who took our order was friendly and knowledgeable. She said they don't have any flour in the kitchen except what's in their flour tortillas. She said they do fry their tortilla chips in the same oil as flour tortillas, and it isn't a problem for some Celiac customers. I passed on the tortilla chips just to be safe. I had a green enchilada and a carnitas taco along with refried beans and rice. Both tasted good and I didn't have any problems. There was not a separate GF menu. I can't remember if GF items were marked on the menu. Either they were marked or the lady who took our order gave us all the information we needed to figure it out. There were many choices to choose from.
TI have severe celiacs and they are great about cross contamination but a few items are unavailable. Just ask but the ones i know arent safe are anything in the frier, mole, certain sauces.
The food is amazing and their classic margarita blended is the best ive EVER had. On top of that the staff is so kind and attentive. I highly recommend this place.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
This is a must stop for us when nearby. Family owned and run and you can tell they actually care. I have severe Celiac and have had great success. (I do tell them about my alergy). Dedicated fryer. I enjoy the chips, never an issues, and my favorite is the Chicken (or Beef) Taquitos.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Easy to get gluten free stuff here. Anything that doesn’t have a flour tortilla is safe for those with intolerance. Celiac maybe not so much since they do have flour tortillas and the fryer is used for everything including the tortilla chips. Food is excellent no matter what we’ve tried. Service is even better. Heather is a gem.
The staff was knowledgeable of GF items on the menu. Service was good. The food was not very good. They had to remake my dish, as they made it incorrectly. When the dish (nachos with just avocado and chicken) came back out, the chips were almost all soggy and gross. My husbands dish, shredded beef enchilada, were not good either.
We went to the sister location in Lincoln City. Food was exceptionally good, a lot of flavor and huge portions. Fryer is not celiac safe, so tortilla chips are out, but ask for corn tortillas. Most of menu, apart from the obvious (fried/flour tortillas) is safe, including sauces. I had trio of enchiladas (3 sauces), and all were safe. No post problems to report.
It's always good sign when they say "there's no flour in the kitchen, so if it doesn't have a flour tortilla- it's gluten free."
Gluten and Dairy free friendly. Very helpful and pleasant. I had the chicken enchilada with mole sauce and rice, plus guacamole and chips. Good!
The young guy helping us really wanted to provide a gf meal, but the fryers are shared with flour tortillas and there is shared prep area for gluten and non gluten menu items. Lots of wheat on the menu. We decided it wasn't gluten safe and left. Nice folks if you can tolerate cross contamination.
All of their sauces are thickened with corn starch and they will swap corn tortillas for flour readily. Our server was very knowledge and helpful. Oh yeah, and the food is amazing!