Fast, easy to order GF food. Knowledgeable staff. I’m very sensitive to gluten and have eaten 4 meals from here safely. Also able to make GF and Dairy-Free for other family members.
— Not very
Will change gloves when requested.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Mexi-fries and chips are not gf as they are in a shared fryer.
Forgot my dressing and an order of chips for my husband.
A relative of mine works at this location. He explained that if someone tells him they have an allergy they will wipe down surfaces and make your food on the back line with fresh gloves, etc. He also said they are very glad to do this for customers! No eye rolls here. Plus the food is yummy and affordable. :)
I usually get the taco salad and ask to have them change their gloves. This time, the person at the counter told one girl in the back to change her gloves, but another person ended up making me my salad. I was very sick about 20 mins later. I should have known when they gave me the chips and I said I didn’t want them.
Can easily google their GF menu for a specific list of GF items. While the Mexi-fries (tater tots) are GF, they are deep fried in a shared fryer so there is cross contamination. We had the beef tacos and had no issues. Food was tasty, staff was friendly and helpful, and we left full and satisfied. Great GF fast food option when traveling and short on time!
Great fast food option. They clearly label all the items on the menu. I like the crunchy chicken tacos. This is pretty cheap as well. Not sure about the fryer but I get the corn chowder which is gf instead of the tots.
The menu is labeled gluten friendly and gluten sensitive.
Taco Time has gluten free hard shell tacos and taco salad bowls. Unfortunately they don't have a dedicated gluten free fryer. All the different staff members that I have talked to seem to have some understanding of the need for food being gluten free. Best option I've found for fast food so far.
This place has amazing Mexican. There are small squares that say GF on it in the corner of each food on the menu. If you tell them you are GF they will put on new gloves and wipe down there work space. Not all taco times are but I know the ones in Washington State are.
there really is only one option, Baja taco, which is made with a corn tortilla. taco salad uses corn tortillas but they fry them in the same oil as gluten items. high chance of cross contamination but they did warn me of that. they gear towards gluten sensitive not celiac. I was on travel for work and needed something quick so i chanced it. I asked them to change their gloves before making mine and they did. I did end up bloated but didn't get sick. it was nice to have fast food.
Several gluten free items listed on menu