Every time I have eaten here, I have gotten sick from cross contamination or gluten in the “gluten sensitive” items.
The food is standard Mexican, but their chips are gluten free and I never get sick there.
They have a "gluten sensitive" menu selection and I have had good luck there so far as a celiac. They fry their corn chips in a separate fryer as well, which is a plus. There's always a chance of cross contamination, but they seem to be making a good effort in the right direction and are always accommodating and friendly when I am there.
Eat at your own risk. We called and talked to a manager about Gluten Free options. Some servers have a good awareness of gluten free and some have no clue. Here is what we got from the manager. Gluten Free ingredients:Chicken FishRiceBeansAll veggies SalsaHuevos rancheros sauce Corn tortillasNOT Gluten Free:ChipsMost saucesAnything battered or deep fried Flour tortillasThe manager was unsure about the pork and beef. Dishes I've safely eaten (w/corn tortillas): Veggie FajitasChicken FajitasChicken Salad (lunch menu)Huevos RancherosFish Tacos I've scoured the menu and talked to servers and most other dishes contain gluten. Don't eat the chips. They are in a shared fryer and they add flour to them. This restaurant has good food and good service!
The waitress was rude and uninformed when I asked for gluten free options. I ordered the GF Shrimp and Guac Enchilada, specifying GF for good measure. I spent all night in pain and throwing up. It was Gluten. Please be careful what you serve your customers with allergies. This does permanent damage to our bodies.
limited gf menu but i didn't get sick! i had the chicken casserole and it was pretty tastey AND the house chips and salsa are gf! only 4 stars tho for lack of air conditioning. mid summer 93° wasent to pleasant to eat dinner
just called the one on 95th st and the giy who answered the phone said they didnt have gluten free options even though they have a "gluten friendly" section on their menu online. I wouldnt trust them if you have celiac disease like me.