GF menu, but be careful. Rice is fried in mixed use fryer before boiling. We ordered:Tortilla soup (w/o rice=GF) but it had the rice. No chips or anything fried. My celiac daughter enjoyed a chicken/veggie bowl.
Food is excellent! Chips are NOT fried in a dedicated fryer. Our server Emmanuel was all over making sure my food was safe. Chilli Rellenos are fried in the same fryer as the chips. They have a good GF menu. We sat outside and enjoyed every bite!!!
Excellent! I'm always nervous to try new restaurants. When we walked in the door the manager greeted us and went over every single gluten-free option with me before we were even sitting down. She made me feel totally at ease. We decided to stay. The chips are made in a separate fryer from everything else so I was able to have chips and salsa at the table which I haven't had in ages. I ordered the carnitas with beans and rice. My symptoms usually appear within 24 hours of eating the food and a week passed without a problem. I would 100% recommend this place for anyone eating on a gluten-free diet including celiacs like me.
While our waitress was kind of snotty, the manager confirmed that the chips were made in a sep fryer... The chefs offered to make crispy tacos in that fryer, so for the first time in ages our 7 year-old celiac son had crispy shredded tacos! Very appreciated.