They have a gluten sensitivity menu, not gluten free. They do not say gluten free they explain. We were having dinner with friends there. Yes, we both got sick.
I have been to Ted’s countless times before my Celiac diagnosis and loved it. I had plans to meet some friends for the first time since my diagnosis at the Outlet Shoppes location so I called the manager to get an idea what I could expect and order. He basically said they can’t guarantee anything to be gluten free at all. He did not give me any options or ideas about what I could order. He really said nothing at all besides they can’t guarantee anything to be GF. Needless to say, we went to BJs instead where they were much more helpful. I’m very sad to report this because I was a loyal customer for over 20 years! Try Alfredo’s Mexican where they have a gluten free menu and dedicated fryer.
Ok so there is a gluten sensitive menu, but I did not get the feeling that most of them have a clue what gluten is.....
Teds has always been one of my favorite restaurants. I was so sad that there gluten free menu didn't have my favorite meal on it. I did ask for a gluten free menu when I walked in the door and the hostess went above and beyond to help me create my favorite meal using the items they have that are gluten free. I am so impressed and so happy that they are so helpful and kind.
Don't have GF menu, they give you a complicated list to cross reference. Waiter was not helpful either.
Although Ted's did not have a gluten free menu, they did have a listing of all foods that are not ok depending on allergen. The waitress was very knowledgeable about what I could and could not eat. She even knew the sour cream was not gluten free. My meal came exactly as ordered. I would definitely eat there again.
The food is okay. Gluten free menu is limited. After being seated, I requested the gluten free menu. The waitress went for it and upon her return tossed it in front of me and said to be sure and ask for it before being seated next time. The chips are not gluten free. I will not eat at Ted's again.
Ted's is one of the best Mexican food restaurants in OKC. You will need to request the gluten free menu. The service was very good. The tamale and enchilada were great with the green sauce. We are putting Ted's on our list.
I got glutened but it was 100% my fault, not theirs. I saw the other reviews saying there were gluten free corn chips, so I assumed the table chips were gf because they look like white corn. They are white corn, but they are not gf...you have to special request gf chips. The white corn chips are dipped in flour before they are fried. I was going to check with the staff, but they were so busy I just said “oh they’re probably fine” and that was a huge mistake. However, they do have a good (though limited) gf menu and the staff seemed really knowledgeable. When I asked why the chips were not gf, the staff knew why. Not sure if the rest of the meal was safe since I glutened myself in the beginning, but it’s a nice restaurant!
The manager was extremely helpful and explained exactly what I could order that would be GF and DF. I ordered tamales (chicken and beef) and enchilada (chicken and ground beef) - each had either green sauce or the ranchero sauce. The pinto beans, refried beans and rice were safe as well. Their chips and salsa are amazing! The chips are thin and crispy and the salsa is the perfect consistency. Everything was delish and, since I ordered through Uber Eats, it was all delivered right to my hotel room. Such a treat, considering that I am from out of town and haven’t found a ton of reliable GF options in OKC. I will definitely order from here the next time I’m in town.
The gluten free menu is not trustworthy. I’m not going back—I gave more chances than I should have. I ordered tamales with no sauce, rice, and gluten free chips. Also cheese sauce and relish. All of the things I had are on their gluten menu, but I obviously ate plenty of gluten there last night based on my today.