Used to love it here-before celiac diagnosis. Have eaten safely a couple of times but have gotten sick a couple of times. Went to try it again and the customer ahead of me wanted black beans. The worker put the beans on the tortilla. Then the customer said she wanted fewer beans so the worker scooped off some of the beans (that had of course already touched the tortilla) and put them back in the pan. Needless to say I left without ordering. May be fine if you don't have to worry about cross contamination.
I’ve had decent luck at this one (south county mall) but not so much at the Loughborough location. Some ingredients are reached in to by gloved hands — that touch other wheat products. I’m
— Separate gluten-free menu
This is one of the best Qdoba’s. They do a lot of business and the food is always freshly cooked. You build your meal as you go through the line.
— Not very
I actually work here. Great place. The only things with gluten are the obvious tortillas and deserts. HOWEVER, listed on the allergen list online, it says chips are made with corn tortillas. THIS IS WRONG. I have made the chips, and they are made with flour tortillas. I have rarely gotten sick from this place, but DO NOT TOUCH THE CHIPS.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Safest option here is to get a bowl. Some staff were not aware of what items had Gluten but, after I expressed my concerns with having Celiac several staff now remember me and ensure they take precautions. I always request glove changes and wipe surfaces when I stop.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu