You would be foolish not to leave room for dessert, the Coconut Cream Pie with Coconut Macaroon Crust.
I had the Plaza Nachos. They were delicious and I had no problems. I am very sensitive celiac.
Great food. Unfortunately, though they have a gluten free menu, I was warned to avoid anything fried or grilled due to cross contamination. The dedicated friar is used for breaded items and kitchen staff does not adhere to GF guidelines. I have celiac and used to love their food but I haven’t been able to go back due to getting sick.
Good food, but after confirming the huevos rancheros are indeed gluten free, as labeled on the menu, our waiter served it with a side of wheat tortillas. Wow - beware. Nicely decorated place though.
Great food and service! A great family restaurant. I will definitely be back!
The menu is labeled with gf items. Nice variety. I had breakfast. Looking forward to going back. Staff is very friendly and attentive.
With 4 Celiac family, members, we were worried about cross-contamination. The manager went out of her way to help, and the waiter was extremely cautious. Greek fries were amazing! Enchiladas were good, but lacked a depth of flavor. Turkey melts were good. The star of the meal was the coconut cream pie! Buy a whole pie for $20! I could have eaten half a pie by myself! :) None of the Celiac family members got sick.
They even have gluten free dessert! Several meals on the menu are GF and lots of choices. I had Greek fries, a Turkey Club on GF bread and the most delicious piece of coconut cream pie. The crust was made out of macaroons. Very nice place to eat! I'll be making a return visit here.
Gluten free bread for sandwiches. Large plates.