I called ahead and asked if they would accommodate someone with Celiac and they assured me they would. I already knew they have clearly marked GF options on the menu and that their chips and salsa are gluten free so today my girlfriend and I went there to eat. After waiting 45 mins for a table we were told they were too busy to change their gloves between handling gluten and non-gluten items so we left.
I do not recommend this location. The other location on South Temple and 900 W has a much friendlier and much more knowledgeable staff. I have had cross-contamination at this location and I have been served a sauce containing flour from a waitress who didn’t know what gluten is (she that it was lactose). I have never had a problem at the other location.
I wait all year for my annual trip to Salt Lake City so I can eat at the Red Iguana 2. The wait staff is courteous and efficient. They are knowledgeable about the gluten-free items on their menu. Everything I have a tried is delicious. This year, even more of their more moles are gluten free. This time I have the mango mole. Yummy! I have never gotten sick at this restaurant.
Had no clue what Celiac is. Yes, the menu is marked with “gf” choices, but the risk of cross-contamination is ridiculous and way too scary. I could not eat here. Disappointed since other reviews were good. But after talking to the host and server, it was clear they had no education about celiac disease.
GF items marked on menu. Excellent mole sauce (careful some versions are not GF). Try the sampler which is not on the menu but they were happy to do just a small spoonful of each GF mole. Then choose your favorite. Celiacs will have to judge for themselves but for those a bit less worried about cross contamination they seemed very aware and accommodating.