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Don Pablo's Still Not Gluten Friendly

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I was hoping to take my kids somewhere new and decided to give Don Pablo's a try. I couldn't get on the internet because of the power outage and I couldn't cook, so I winged it.

When we got there, I asked firsthand if they had gluten-free options, to which they replied that they did. So we waited for our table and when we were seated they handed us the menus. I was so impressed that their gluten-free menu was actually a professional-looking menu and not just a printout!

I started looking at the menu, and a very large disclaimer at the bottom states that yes, the food on this menu is gluten-free, but is NOT cooked separately from any of the fryers or prepared on clean surfaces.

Okay, what's the point of offering gluten-free food if you gluten it before you serve it anyway??

I am going to write a letter to them asking about their procedures, but I don't expect much.

Anyway, Don Pablo's - still unsafe.


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