The menu for gluten free is very limited
They indicate there’s potential for cross contamination
And due to rubs and marinades very few option can be gluten free
I was limited to a salad The only other gf items were salmon
Drinks are great
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
The atmosphere is lovely. The GF items are marked on the regular menu. They do not have a dedicated fryer. They do offer corn chips, but they bake them. And actually, to my surprise, they were better than I expected. They will give you one of your own salsas that is gf.
They failed to inform me that the chips were not gluten free even though I told them about my celiac's causing me to become extremely sick
there are a lot of Mexican restaurants in MetroWest. Pros:gluten free chips (ask for gf)knowledgeable staffgluten free options marked on menuextensive tequila menuCons:the corn tortillas are not gluten free leaving somewhat limited choices. a bit disappointing as Mexican food is usually gf with a few exceptions
Mentioned I am Celiac/have a gluten allergy and they took it upon themselves to bring out every meal from the manager. Always a good sign. Didn’t get sick. So thankful for people that actually care and don’t see gluten free as a fad.
Celiac friendly. While the baked tortilla chips are not very delicious, they understand that Celiacs can't risk cross contamination in a shared fryer. Food was delicious! Manager delivered GF food. Legit!
We went here for lunch. They have a limited menu and even smaller that is gluten free. You MUST like seafood to eat here. Everything GF is seafood based. Since I don't like seafood I ended up eating beans. :-(