Restaurant only offers gluten free chips which weren’t that good. Cashier said carne asada was marinated in beer and should avoid. Ordered cheese enchiladas (corn tortillas) with rice and beans. Felt sick the next day. Most likely cross contamination. Probably not safe to eat here.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
Not Celiac safe, I went with the Fajitas which should have been a safe choice, still got sick. I suspect it it was the chips, they brought a separate order and you could tell the chips were different, but I read another review saying they do not have a dedicated fryer.
They are very accommodating for gluten free, cook all corn chips for our person in our party with celiac!
Just ate here and they said the carne asada was marinated in beer and not gluten free.
Tulum has *great* food and good options if you are gluten intolerant. It does not have a dedicated fryer or kitchen space for prep, so it isn't a good option for Celiacs.
Queso, most sauces, rice, beans are GF. Ask for gluten free chips. Tamales are wonderful. They dont have a GF menu yet, but are knowledgeable and willing to work with you.