I make a weekly trip to this place. The tacos are AMAZING and I never get sick. However, every single time I ask for no cheese, it gets put on there somehow. Still giving five stars because the tacos are that good.
Very Celiac friendly and the food was amazing! We were assured by the staff that cross contamination is taken seriously. Had a wonderful experience and can't wait to go back!
My husband eats here all the time. Very celiac friendly
Love this place!! Best nacho platter ever. Very Celiac friendly. The fried plantains, tacos, wings... all delicious. Highly recommended.
Very knowledgeable, Very friendly and very tasty food! They fry the chips and fries alone, so they are gluten free.
Sooo tasty, quick, and affordable.
Burritto bowl and nachos were both great and staff manager knew exactly what i could and could not have to eat. I went twice in 2 weeks and never got sick! My son loves this place (he does not have celiac) and like 5 Guys it is nice to have a place where we can eat together. (at 5 guys just avoid the bun - like at Titos just avoid the burritto wraps).
All gluten free items are cooked on a separate surface! I've only had the tacos but they are delicious.
fries were super tasty, staff super helpful and friendly, food was excellent. got a naked burrito and it was delicious even after driving back to work.
Tito's is great. Knowledgable, careful & no fluorescent light!
This was one of my favorite places to go for wings which are hard to find . And the manager was amazing and informed everyone and totally understood the effects of celiac..went back today and he’s no longer there and they informed me that they no longer do a dedicated fryer during busy hours so I may get sick, then tried to tell me I should be fine .. asked for my money back and left....definitely not safe so anyone with celiac
This used to be one of my favorite go-to takeout places but the last time I ordered (last weekend), I was informed they no longer have a dedicated fryer ("except during weekdays when it's slow" which makes no sense at all, because that means there's potentially cross contamination from the weekend!). So no more tortilla chips, chicken wings or plantains. All my favorite things. :-(((( Basically I only have the option to do salads or naked burritos and I worry that they're not really careful about cross contamination anymore. (My Nima sensor tested my salad gf this weekend.) I have no idea if this new policy extends to all locations. I'm going to call and ask the Ridgewood location.
A great place to stop on the drive from VA to MA, we get tired of the chain restaurants. Shrimp tacos, salsa bar with chips and fried plantains were delish! As was the ground beef tacos. We have four celiacs, one who is super sensitive, and we had no issues. We will be back whenever we detour on 287 again! Thanks to Titos for a good dinner!