House chips (red and white) aren’t GF, other chips are. The waitstaff told me our order was GF. The guy who brought our food even went back to the kitchen and asked, and said it was GF. Then our original waiter came over and said, Those aren’t GF!” Of course By that time, we’d nearly finished the dish, after all the confirmations that the chips were safe. To make matters worse, we’re here on vacation.
Waiter assured GF but Nima tested having a gluten in refried beans and chalupa shells-cross contamination is there. He then explains all foods cooked in same area!!!! Not good for Celiacs. Very disappointing and dangerous for Jr as a Celiac.
I am very disappointed to report that Rosario's no longer holds to good gluten free practices. The chips and puffy tacos that are listed as gluten free are fried in the same oil as their sopapias and the corn tortillas are made on the same equipment as the flour tortillas. This was my third visit there and my four-year-old son and I am both experiencing symptoms of contamination. We were not told about the chips and such until our food was brought out with flour tortillas on the tray. We were not told about the chips until I talked to the manager after our bill was paid. I am very sad to lose one of the few places I thought was safe to eat!!!!