Ask questions before you order! Lots of their "GF" items are not actually GF enough for a celiac. If you're trendy GF, enjoy! Medically necessary GF should probably avoid.
I took my daughter to eat at Rubio's and they were so nice. The Manger Tabitha had made sure she had what she wanted and that it was gluten free. When we went back to get another taco Tabitha helped the lady at the cash register make sure it was gluten free. They didn't have a gluten free menu, but they know what gluten free is and they know what foods are gluten free. This is a celiac friendly place.
We are here in the area on vacation. We stopped by here because I was STARVING and needed to find somewhere I could find something to eat. The allergy menu online was pretty easy to navigate so I chose chicken nachos. My only complaint was that the cheese wasn't completely melted. Otherwise they were tasty and I didn't get sick at all! We would definitely stop by here again!
They do NOT have a gluten free menu or even seemed aware of gf. The clerk called the manager out and he was willing to accommodate us if we told him how. He did know enough about gf to tell us that nothing could be guaranteed no cross contamination.
I didn't feel sick after eating here, I got a steak bowl that was delish! They are pretty aware about gluten intolerances, at least at this location. Pretty good!!
I've only eaten here a few times, it's not my favorite place. But I've been impressed each time with how the employees go out of their way to make sure you're taken care of. They all seem VERY knowledgeable about gluten allergies, and what foods they have available. As well as genuinly concerned about making sure you get what you need. They're also pleasant about it and eager to please, so many places get annoyed when you ask. They do have a gf menu if you ask for it, but you almost don't need to bc they are so well informed. I just wish there was more variety. Everything I have had had been good, just like I said not my personal fav.
I went to 2 different Rubios and had a reaction. i found out that chips, rice, and there corn tacos are notgluten free friendly. they use the same oil from the deep fryer (breaded fish) to fry there chips and their rice. Do not go to rubios. Their corn tortillas are stored in the same container with the flour tortillas
Great bowls and salads. grilled wild caught salmon a good value
Almost everything is gluten free!! I am celiac and was able to eat safely. Very fresh ingredients, awesome taste, and the service was excellent!!
They had no idea what was in anything. Referred me to nutritional chart. When I asked.( Allergic to milk, nuts and wheat) I decided to gamble and order a burrito bowl. I have decided to never gamble again. ( I will attend a restaurant who can answer my questions)
The food here is awesome. The people don't seem to know what gluten is and are not helpful. I always order tacos on a corn tortilla (either chicken or shrimp) and its delicious. Obviously don't order the original fish tacos as they are beer battered but there are some grilled fish options. The sauces seem to be gf. I have eaten here twice and not gotten sick. (knock on wood)
When explaining I had celiac disease and asked about shared fryers.... The manager only said...."Then stay at home".... Seriously?!?! Everything is cook on shared surfaces and fryers. Good way to set me off. Needless to say, I turned around and walked out empty handed.
I love having a fast option for take out on the way home from work. I don't know if they are celiac friendly, but most items in the menu do not contain gluten. Salads, rice bowls, tacos, and nachos have been fine for my gluten-intolerant kids. They have an allergen menu online, which is a big plus for me.
My daughter has a gluten intolerance and had no reaction to her meal, Yey!! We were so happy. She had their pinto beans and their three steak street tacos in corn tortillas. It came with steak pico de gallo cilantro and guacamole. She had no reaction at all. The staff was very helpful in letting us know what had gluten and what did not.
The Rubio's staff seemed to know nothing about Celiac or gluten. I had already visited their website so I knew what I could have. Ask about the rice to make sure. Food tasted alright. Disappointed at lack of training. Hoping I didn't get anything cross-contaminated. Final word: do your research ahead of time but use caution. Random side-note: their salsa is yummy but chips are deep fried. I brought my own chips: it was a win!
they know exactly what is in their food and have no problems with cross contamination. my roommate and I, who are both celiac, have never had a problem with eating there and the tacos are delicious!!
While the food is tasty, I was glutened twice eating here. The oil is contaminated so the corn chips are heavily glutened. Found this out the hard way...
You can find gluten-free menus on-line, and the tacos are tasty, *but* they have dipped the tortillas in the frying oil more than once and this is *definitely* not safe. If you have an allergy or intolerance, the risk of cross-contamination is pretty high.