Menu is marked with GF options. Make sure to talk over with your server. One Gf dish came out with a side of non-GF pita bread on the same plate. Because it’s a tapas style restaurant and we ordered periodically throughout the meal it’s important to remind the server every time.
There are lots of tasty options and a good wine selection. Overall I like this place a lot and have not gotten sick and appreciate the staff. Be kind, remind them of what you need and I’ve found them to be accommodating.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I LOVE their chimichuri skewers(spelling). I have celiac and have never been sick here. I just make sure to talk it through with my server.
Staff was not at all knowledgeable and did not seem to take my GF needs seriously, and I got sick as a result. Would absolutely NOT recommend for someone with celiac.
Not celiac friendly. Staff not seemingly knowledgeable or didn’t care. My wife ordered civiche, and it came out with fried plantains on it that were from a shared frier, even after she specifically went over this with the waiter. She was further convinced that the chile relleno she ordered wasn’t handled separately/differently than the one her non-celiac ordered. Bottom line, she got glutened, spent the wee hours of the morning hugging the toilet.
I highly recommend. There were multiple GF options, including tapas, entrees, and desserts. We had braised short ribs. Delicious. I had no reaction. Casey was our waiter, and he was very knowledgeable and friendly.
The menu offers a great variety of gluten free items including a vegetarian section of the menu. Food is excellent quality and the staff is very knowledgeable about the GF options. Amazing cocktails and dessert too. Nice atmosphere and tapas style dining along with main entrees. Highly recommended!