Guacamole & chips were good. No GF menu. Only GF options were the tacos, tasted terrible. Not sure if it was even corn. I wouldn't try this location, especially if you have celiac.
Waitress didn't know what gluten was. No gluten free menu. Got very sick from eating fish tacos and didn't even eat the tortillas just in case.
Thanks to the other recommendations I took my family to this restaurant while on vacation in PR. Turns out it was a five minute walk from our hotel and it was the best dinner we've had so far. Almost everything on the menu is already gluten free and the staff all seemed knowledgeable as far as gluten allergies/celiac are concerned. I'm just sorry we didn't find this place sooner.
I was told there was no GF menu, but the staff was knowledgeable (although I did find a GF menu online later!). We ordered the Guacamole en Molcajete, their famous tableside preparation, and it was awesome. I was given corn tortillas and my husband & son were served fried tortillas. I ordered the fajitas for dinner and they were great. The boys enjoyed their dinners as well. Staff was very attentive. [Note: if you park in the parking ramp, have the restaurant stamp your parking ticket and you'll pay a reduced amount]
Ate here last night. Did not have a gluten free menu, but waiter did know what celiac was. Most of the menu is gluten free and if not they would change it so it was. (Most of the items.). I would go here again and the food was great!
Staff knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. Half the menu was gf! It was hands down the best gf restaurant I’ve been to in terms of quality of food. Absolutely delicious. The portions are generous, atmosphere is good. It’s on the corner of a busier road, so keep in mind if you want to dine outside. We did and it was fine. Highly recommended by two with celiac.
We really liked this place. Menu items clearly marked. Queso fundido with homemade corn tortillas & the carne Asada not to be missed. REALLY interesting presentation of the nachos as well - 3 layers of whole corn tortillas cooked as a stack with cheese and then broken up like a cake table side.
Staff was knowledgeable of cross contamination and I was happy to see corn tortillas. GF items are clearly marked on the menu which is about half of their selection. The price is a little high if you’re going just for lunch but the portions are quite large for the main course items. So far I’ve had the Carnitas and the Alambre de Camarón and both were excellent!
As a person who loves Mexican food, I can confidently say that Rosa Mexicano is one of the BEST Mexican restaurants I’ve ever been too! Their table side guacamole was incredible and the menu is labeled with what is gluten free and the staff is very knowledgeable. HIGHLY recommend visiting.
Gluten free options were clearly marked on the menu. Corn tortillas were delicious. Chips are also gluten free. I had the brunch and the breakfast tacos with potatoes were good. Portions were reasonable. Although I'm from Texas so I expected a little bit of a bigger size plate, but I realize this is NJ not TX.
Delicious! Clearly marked GF menu with vegetarian options. The chips were safe to eat. ordered carnitas with grilled spiced pineapple, onion, and cilantro, corn tortillas. large portion served with beans, rice, chips and salsa. Any questions were easily answered by the manager who explained his girlfriend is celiac.
Awesome. i left feeling ill because of how much I ate. . It was all too good! The mild guacamole, made at the table, was perfect. . Our son had GF taquitos. . He loved the guacamole, rice, and beans. We went back to DC this year and had enchiladas and what the manager referred to as Mexican lasagna (chicken, corn tortillas, and cheese layers). Stuffed ourselves again. Only complaint is that there isn't one in our home town.
I had a really great experience here. There's a dedicated GF menu with lots of options. I ordered the suizas enchiladas with a glass of sangria and it was delicious. My husband (who can eat all the gluten!) wasn't impressed with his chicken nachos that were a little burnt but he really liked what I ordered. It was a little pricier than what we planned to spend on vacation for lunch but it was definitely worth it for the peace of mind and tasty Mexican food.
When I see fish tacos on a gluten free menu, I get VERY excited. What I got was very sad. The fish was completely unseasoned. Absolutely nothing on it. As the waitress put my dish down she said, oh the sauce isn't gluten free. There was no mention of this beforehand. The guacamole is phenomenal though.