One of the best things about Mexican restaurants and Mexican food is the fact that most of it is already naturally gluten free.
This means that you can basically enjoying almost anything at these restaurants minus one major component – flour tortillas.
Other than that you should be safe to explore this delicious cuisine.
And to help you find the best gluten free Mexican and Southwest restaurants out there, here’s a quick listing as well as their full gluten free menus.
Best Gluten Free Mexican Restaurant Menus
Just click on the restaurant name to be taken to the full gluten free menu.
Tex Mex, fajitas, and house specialties. Just be sure to request the gluten free menu when you first get to your table.
Try the “bare-style” burrito.
Quite a few Mexican classics that are naturally gluten free.
Get the nachos asap!
If you’re looking to get the chips, be sure to request that they cooked in a separate fryer to eliminate any gluten exposure. That way you can enjoy your chips and guacamole without worries.
One of the best Mexican restaurants around with even better food. Stick with a salad, burrito bowl, or hard shell tacos and you’ll be in the clear from then on.
The only gf here entree-wise is the burger patty, so be sure to bring your own bread.
You can actually order your tamales “skinny” that way it reduces any exposure to gluten.
Flame grilled Mexican chicken and refried beans for the win.
You can get a gluten free taco or tostada here.
As long as you order the corn shell for all your tacos, you’re in the clear.
All the meats and proteins are gf as well as most the sides. They taste the best when you get a bowl.
Margaritas are gluten free which is all that matters in life.
Like Chipotle, be sure to opt for a burrito bowl.
Grilled mahi mahi tacos, grilled salmon tacos, grilled chicken, and so much more awesome grilled taco specialties.
Nothing much to eat here besides the cantina bowl and just a couple sides.
Due to a common fryer, if you’re allergic to gluten, don’t eat here.
Get yourself a hardshell and pack it with tons of toppings and salsas.
A risky place for Celiac. Nachos and tacos highlight this listing.
The taco shells are cooked in a common fryer so watch out if you’re allergic. However, you can always ask for the corn taco shells to be warmed up in the microwave. They taste just as good.
Thanks for reading and be sure to check out this comprehensive gluten free restaurant guide for over 200 other gluten free restaurant menus.