I ate at Weck's this morning. They seemed knowledgeable when I talked to the staff, and (as always) I clarified that I not only needed gluten free, but was celiac, and asked them to be cautious with cross contamination. The food tasted great, but I was definitely glutened. To be clear, I am not sure if it was just the location that I ate at, where it was somehow different than others (San Mateo and Lomas), but for those of you who are like me, and checked this site without checking the street name or thought "one size fits all," Please be cautious.
Most of the time I eat here with no issues. Although last time I found a piece of fench toast in my gluten free potato bowl. That’s supposedly cooked in a separate are of the kitchen?
Weck's has a dedicated gluten free menu, but our salads arrived with croutons and had to be sent back. Hoping the replacements have no cross contamination issues!
I love Weck's because staff and managers are so attentive. They just added a printed GF menu at all sites and report they have changed the kitchens to be certain there is no cross contamination.
The gluten free waffles are great. I’ve had them several times. They also have several good gluten free egg dishes. I’ve never had lunch, but the menu lists gluten free burgers with no bun. Fries are not listed as GF.
They do have a good selection on their menu and their staff is knowledgeable but I would be cautious eating here. Everytime I've had their hashbrowns I have had a flare up. I wonder if their supplier is misleading them.
Not safe. Ordered a salad off the gluten free menu. Specified I have celiac and said it was a gluten allergy please watch cross contamination. Salad came with croutons hidden under the lettuce.
Fantastic people! Each staff member was friendly and attentive. They have a separate GF menu. I'm GF and Lactose free and was able to find a delicious breakfast without getting sick.
Proceed with caution!! They are knowledgeable but their butter has barley in it. The server showed me the ingredients which I greatly appreciated. Hope they choose to upgrade this cooking staple. They can work around it. Seems like cross contamination would be likely.
Wecks has a great GF menu. I eat there all the time and never get sick-celiac
Weck's has good gluten free options and the servers are wonderful. I suggest the papas with chopped green chile and corn tortillas in place of flour. They've never made me sick and the portions are always plentiful.
This is a new to the area restaurant with chains in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. I was worried when I asked for a gluten free menu and the waitress wasn't sure if they had one, and at the bottom of the normal menu it said "gluten free menu available".I ordered the gluten free huevos rancheros. The description said 2 eggs, corn tortilla, chopped green chili, refried beans, hashbrowns, and cheese. When my plate finally arrived it had the green chili sauce and refried beans. I asked a floor manager who happened to be nearby to verify that the sauce was gluten free. He said no and went to replace my order. When I got my plate again it did have the chopped green chili and pinto beans. The plate had a ton of undercooked hashbrowns and green chili, but only one egg. My breakfast and coffee was $14, which was a bit much for a plate full of hashbrowns and one egg. They just opened so I am willing to try them again in a month or two.
Great place to get a huge breakfast. I had the papas bowl with chopped green chile and corn tortillas instead of the flour. So delicious.