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El Burrito Jr. Seal Beach, Ca

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We eat at El Burrito Jr. in Seal Beach quite often and I realized I had never posted about them. It's home cooked food and pretty inexpensive. The best thing is nearly everything on the menu is naturally gluten free. It's a family run place and when I was diagnosed one of the girls there went over the entire menu and ingredients with me. We have never been glutened there in 3 years!

The chips are safe to eat.

All the meats and tacos are safe.

Beans and rice are safe.

The only gluten containing ingredients are the flour tortillas and the enchilada sauce has flour as a thickener.

I order the tacos, beans rice, nachos, tostadas.

Their salsa is safe and they also have a red sauce they put on the tostada that is safe too.

If you are in the area check it out. It's directly across from the beach.

Depending on who is working, they may not know what you mean when you say gluten free. Just order the things I put on here, or ask them about flour. That will make more sense. There is no soy sauce in anything.


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Thanks for the tip! We're higher up north in Santa Monica but it's always good to know of places in the vicinity for when we find ourselves down there.


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