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I hade the Mexican corn off the cob, enchilada nachos with a pitcher of white peach margarita. It tasted soooo good!! I didn’t have any problems. The menu was marked with “GF”. I am gluten sensitive. I wouldn’t consider myself super sensitive to gluten but I know within 15 minutes of consuming.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Our server Karli was awesome and super helpful with food options. The restaurant has lots of vegan choices as well. I have a dairy allergy so it’s always a little trickier. I had gf/vegan queso and chips! It’s been more than 2 yrs and it was good! Also got a basic salad. The only option for dressing for me was an onion vinaigrette and I didn’t love it, I’m not a big fan of vinaigrette dressings. There are options if you’re just gf. I’m giving 4 stars instead of 5 because I woke up with a mild migraine and not sure if it was the food or something else that caused it. I do have other migraine triggers. I’d eat there again if I’m in Vegas because I love all the options and they seem knowledgeable.
Nacho Daddy on the Las Vegas Strip is NOT CELIAC FRIENDLY. They do NOT have a dedicated fryer so everything has cross contamination. So disappointed because the one on Fremont Street in Las Vegas was celiac friendly. What a bummer, because we had to wait 20 minutes to get seated at the restaurant.
Enjoyed some awesome nachos! Staff showed me the menu with GF food clearly labelled. Chips are cooked in a separate fryer. She said any fish (or any other fried food) is not safe though as it's cooked in a shared fryer.