Gluten Free at Rosa's Cafe

12 ratings
Tacos, Vegetarian Friendly, Mexican, Restaurant
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1 month ago
Celiac friendly

I haven’t had a problem here but do with other fast food Mexican. Safe with enchiladas or hard tacos. They serve corn tortillas as a side instead of flour. I’m pretty sensitive to react (about 15 minutes after gluten) and this hasn’t been a problem.

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Celiac
3 months ago
Not celiac friendly

The manager printed us a gluten-free menu to review but said there was no dedicated kitchen space. This is a tortilla factory so flour is floating throughout the entire kitchen. We didn’t think it was worth the risk even though the staff tried to accommodate.

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Celiac
6 months ago
Not celiac friendly

Rosa’s is not GF. I thought I could order tacos with soft corn tortillas and be safe BUT last time I went through drive thru for the family I told them I needed my meal to be gluten free and the girl informed me that the corn tortillas pass through he same tortilla warmer as the flour tortillas. Ugh! Cross contact with gluten containing food is a problem for me as I have celiac disease. So anyone else with celiac or very sensitive to gluten, Beware!

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1 year ago
Not celiac friendly

they don’t have any gluten-free meals

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Celiac
1 year ago
Not celiac friendly

This place is totally not gluten free

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1 year ago

My mom and I both have celiacs, and neither of us have ever been sick eating there.

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Not celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Everyone is very friendly and accommodating. I've eaten there several times and never been sick afterward. Try the crunchy chicken tacos. Yum!

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1 year ago

Favorite tacos in town. I eat here almost every week for Taco Tuesday and I have never gotten sick. I stick with the crispy tacos or the fiesta salad, all the salsas are GF. Just skip the flour tortillas.

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1 year ago
Celiac friendly

The owner has a grandchild who needs to be gluten free. We eat here regularly because they have been able to steer us to items where we can use a corn tortilla vs. wheat and articulate what menu items are gluten free. It is not a gluten free facility, but we have never had a problem eating here. The food is fresh and tastey and you can't beat the price.

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1 year ago

Good is good BUT I've had a reaction 2 out of 3 times.

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2 years ago

basically a fast food Mexican resteraunt with better decor. W ask about the refried beans and we're told they were not gluten free. they have chips and salsa like most Mexican resteraunt but you pay extra for them! Worst of all, the cashier did not know,what was,gluten free it not

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2 years ago

Though they aren't celiac friendly if you can have soy this is an option.

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3 years ago

Management really has no idea about cross contamination. When I go here (not by choice) with friends I eat fajita chicken and guac nothing else. I believe the manager said I could not have the vegetables because they are cooked with ingredients containing gluten

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Celiac
3 years ago

Their fajitas (beef and chicken) are gf and delicious! You have to check if their corn tortillas are fried with the sopapillas or not. It's a tasty place for fast Mexican food.

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4 years ago

The tamales topped with queso instead of chili were excellent. Glad there is a fast, easy, inexpensive gluten free friendly Mexican place in Rockwall now!

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Celiac
4 years ago
Celiac friendly

Decent cheaper mexican food. I usually get a tamale platter with queso on top instead of the chili, with double beans instead of the beans and rice. Then I ask them to leave off the chip and the side of tortillas. There honestly is a higher chance of CC here since the staff are more into speed and such, but it is pretty easy to tell if something not GF was put on your tamales. If you go through the drive through, the food makers actually hear your order and get it right every time that way, since they hear you say leave off the chip and tortillas. Just check your meal before you drive away.

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Celiac
4 years ago
Celiac friendly

Decent cheaper mexican food. I usually get a tamale platter with queso on top instead of the chili, with double beans instead of the beans and rice. Then I ask them to leave off the chip and the side of tortillas. There honestly is a higher chance of CC here since the staff are more into speed and such, but it is pretty easy to tell if something not GF was put on your tamales. If you go through the drive through, the food makers actually hear your order and get it right every time that way, since they hear you say leave off the chip and tortillas. Just check your meal before you drive away.

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Not celiac
5 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Food is good and quick. My husband is sensitive to a lot if foods and they are happy to adjust his meals as needed.

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Celiac
6 years ago

Just opened! Wonderful tamales and beans.

Gluten Free Features
  • Tacos
Categories
  • Mexican
  • Restaurant
  • Vegetarian Friendly

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