This is NOT a dedicated place. They have gluten bread, so make sure to ask for GF bread. The sandwich I ordered was literally chicken breast and bread. NOTHING ELSE. would absolutely not recommend
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
They really don't speak any english so it's quite difficult to communicate. I wanted a chicken sandwich but after I got some eye rolling and yelling in Spanish I ended up with a patong filled with cheese. The waitress only took my order and disappeared - my husband had to go look for her so that he and our two sons could make their orders aswell. The food was nothing special and even though they advertise to be a 100% gf restaurant we had to specifically ask for gluten free. Not coming here again.
— Not very
We arrived there after a day doing tourism. The restaurant is marked as gluten free in the name. Everything in the menu was Gluten Free, and arrived marked to the table. They told me that the kitchen was gluten free. they were very kind and with dispotion to answer.
— Yes, the establishment is dedicated gluten-free
This little tapas restaurant feels like a gift! The whole menu is glutenfree and the tapas are delicious! De croquetas are so perfect.. they made them with chickpeasmeal. I’m so gonna try this at home :-)
The restaurant had its own gluten free menu with various options. Staff could barely speak English, so it was hard to communicate. The menu claimed to have gluten free churros, but after we had waited for a while, they told us they didn’t really have it.