Went for the Wednesday couple 3 course menu. The gluten free menu warns that there is a possibility of CC in their kitchen. We had a couple tapas to choose from on the courses menu. But for the meal portion only the paella. The food was excellent. Ceviche was bright and freshening. Great prep for the meal. We also had sausages that were savory and a hint of sweet. The seafood paella was savory. We tucked in with barely a word. The courses also came with a pitcher of sangria or bottle of wine. There were four of us, two couples, so we had both. Both drinks were very good. I walked away full. Didn't get sick so no CC. But I wouldn't go often. Despite a dedicated gluten free menu, the staff was not particularly knowledgeable.