They tried. They walked my son and I around, showing us everything on the buffet that was GF. But it’s a buffet and people mix serving spoons. My son has celiac and was very sick afterwards. It would have been better if they brought fresh food from the back before people cross contaminated. Next time we go to the park (which is really so cool), we will bring his Spanish gluten free card explaining things. And bring GF snacks!
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
I cannot believe the list of options and restaurants this park has for gluten free options. All the chefs will gladly walk you down the buffet and tell you what's safe to eat. Never got sick on anything I ate, and believe me I tried everything! It was well prepared and delicious.
I was thrilled to have our packed lunch languish in our locker as we enjoyed grilled meats, corn tortillas, and salad at the Jardin Corona. This park has three restaurants and the beer garden is probably the best for gf options, as it is mostly grilled meats and a salad bar. Staff members we spoke to were knowledgable about the food, kind, and helpful. A manager even got a hot dog (without bun) from the more "fast food" type restaurant and brought it for our son! The park was a lovely and fun for 3 generations and being able to eat there really made it feel worth the cost.