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My daughter loves quesadillas and we were worried about the kids quesodilla since their press isn't dedicated. one of the workers quickly jumped in and took over, wrapping it in tinfoil to allow her the quesadilla she loves without worry. most of their items are gluten free, although not the chips. Their allergen list helps navigate and the tinfoil was used from start to finish to protect her food.
Not completely Celiac Friendly, but they do have a gluten free menu with several options. Chips are gluten free except for shared fryer, so if you’re just intolerant you can definitely have them. They also have corn tortillas that are not fried so they are listed as safe. Tons of gluten free toppings and fillings, including the queso.
Fantastic experience. Told the girl at the counter that I had Celiac's and needed strict GF. She immediately changed gloves and got new serving spoons. The entire staff took this very seriously. The Qdoba website is also quite informative, but you need to spend some time looking around and clicking miscellaneous links to find it. Thanks SEA-TAC Qdoba.
Qdoba offers an online list of gluten free items and notes that there could be cross contamination. Usually I don't have an issue but this location was a mess. No one really knew what items were made as gluten free and there were items all mixed up in their bins (e.g., tortilla strips in the cheese bin). It did not inspire confidence in the staff or, in the end, the food. I was disappointed.
Staff was extremely knowledgeable!! changed their gloves,cleaned the entire counter, and used fresh veggies containers. Food was delicious!
I was pleasantly surprised by the gf options and the quality of the food . But best of all, when I told the server that my grandson has celiac she immediately threw away her gloves, washed her hands thoroughly, put on new gloves before serving his food. Excellent awareness.
Tortilla chips share a fryer with flour tortilla bowls. Otherwise, I believe a majority of the food is safe, but due to cross contamination of the chips, it is not safe for celiacs.
Delicious food, but the staff was only marginal on gluten awareness. Unfortunately they fry the chips in gluten, but at least they told me
So many gluten free options at Qdoba! Burrito bowls, loaded tortilla soup, nachos and queso. All delicious! A majority of their ingredients are gluten free. Check out their website for an up-to-date allergen list. This is a go to spot for anyone with Celiacs or gluten free. I've been eating at Qdoba for many years and never been sick from cross contamination. Highly recommend!
This is a great option for a quick meal.
My daughter is celiac so we get to go containers of shredded beef and cilantro rice then make burritos and tacos at home. Cost is under $3. We've never had a problem with the food. Queso and chips have been fine too. Since this last post, we regularly visit this location and the staff continues to do a fantastic job handling our food. They wash hands and change gloves as soon as you tell them you need gluten free. One time the lady assembling our order told other staff not to touch it, that she would finish it all the way down. They must have great staff training about cross contamination. Continues to be one of our few standby safe places in the area.
I eat here often. I am a sensitive celiac. Never been sick from their food. Just about everything is GF except Flour Totillas and fried flour tortilla bowls. Qdoba says to stay away from the fried taco shells and tortilla chips due to possible cross contamination.
Menu not clear, but go for a bowl. The meats, rice, beans, chips, etc are GF. Avoid flour tortillas.
Good tasting food here. It's a fast-casual type restaurant along the lines of Chipotle and Freebirds, but nicer: better food IMO, much more seating than Chipotle, Coca-Cola Freestyle drink machine with many options, and friendly, helpful staff that are happy to change their gloves before fixing a gluten-free bowl. See the Allergen menu for details (see link above).
I eat regularly at the Q'Doba in Menomonee Falls on Appleton ave, near County Line road. I frequently ask for clean gloves, and ask them not to touch the flour burrito shell before they grab a bowl. The person who has clean gloves will frequently take my bowl all the way down the line, which is nice... Occasionally they will touch their spoons on the burrito shells, and workers who have just made burritos will grab the cheese with their contaminated gloves, BUT I have never felt "glutened" EVER from ANY Q'Doba at which I've eaten, and this makes it my "Go To" fast food joint.
Very Celiac friendly. The bowls are completely gluten free, just ask them to change their gloves before they make your food. They are very accommodating. I eat there at least once a week and never have any issues.
Cheap, and I eat here all the time. Naked burritos are a favorite, as are the nachos and the chips and queso are a favorite. My favorite winter meal is "mexican gumbo": a naked burrito with tortilla soup on top. Skip the tortilla strips, but otherwise makes this a cheap, hearty healthy meal.
I eat here all the time and have never gotten sick! They are very educated when it comes to celiac and gluten sensitivity. Whenever I say that I can't have gluten, they automatically change their gloves and wipe down the surfaces. Love them and their food.
I eat here often. Never an issue. Let them know you have gluten allergy and they'll put fresh gloves and use new utensils. Mexican soup is great. Burrito in a bowl is too. I haven't tried any of the tacos yet but they look tasty use corn tortillas.
Had a "burrito" bowl with ground beef, beans, and rice. Employee changed her gloves and told me chips have no gluten but are made in same fryer. Food was delicious.
When I visit at 9pm on a Thursday night, the employee didn't seem to have training on wheat allergies. After he was unsure about some menu and cross contamination questions I had, he asked the manger (who didn't come out to talk directly with me) and offered no additional information. Needless to say, I didn't feel comfortable eating there, so I left.
So sad! This was a very celiac friendly spot at one time, but at my last visit the staff were poorly trained and not very nice. In the past they used all utensils for adding ingredients. On the most recent trip they had switched to using their hands to serve the grated cheese so even though they will change gloves for your order many other contaminated hands already dipped into the cheese. When I asked the employee why they started doing that since keeping things clean was an advantage they had over their nearest competition, she just shrugged.