Was excited to try this place with my wife who is celiac. Saw previous reviews stating there was a dedicated fryer, however our waitress said there is just one fryer and it is not dedicated GF. My wife tried the enchiladas, however felt a quick reaction and later a more intense reaction. On top of this, our waitress was seen wiping her nose with her bare hand, but neglected to wash her hands after doing so.
Pretty good restaurant with great ambience and lots of gluten-free options. They do not have a dedicated fryer, or at least can't guarantee that the chips are safe (or they couldn't when I asked, on a Tuesday afternoon). I'm not sure if the concern was shared oil (a lot of places will rotate oil through their fryers if they have multiple ones) or just that they're not careful about keeping the chip fryer GF.
I ended up getting the 3 tacos plate and had no reaction. Service was a little slow but we walked in pretty much as they opened, so it may just have been that the Kitchen was a little behind in their prep.
Their pico de gallo has beer (???) in it, so that's off-limits if you want to risk the chips, but their guac looked great and was GF.
They have an absolutely enormous mezcal list, and I can't wait to go back for dinner so I can start trying their offerings on that front.
Amazing food, everything is made in house and fresh! Any dish with the corn tortillas/chips are gluten free! I have never had any issues eating here!
Well, just so you know ahead of time the frier is NOT dedicated gluten-free. The waitress was wonderful about letting us know. Somewhat disappointed about reading it was on this site and then having very limited options once we got there. The food we did order was o.k, the beef was full of fat and impossible to chew through. The guacamole was delicious, but could not enjoy with chips due to cross contamination. Service was wonderful.
Amazing! Knowledgeable staff and great menu. My husband and I went 2 days in a row for dinner and drinks. Chips are fried daily in the morning in fresh oil!