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Chevy's Restaurant

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I plan on going to Chevy's this weekend and was wondering if anyone's been there recently. Is there anything I should stay away from?

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Well there is not alot that you can eat there. Anything that is fried Is done in the same fryer. so all that is off limits. The machine for making fresh tortillas its pretty safe to assume they make both flour and corn tortillas on the same machine.

I think the salsa that they put on the table is ok but you can't eat the chip that go with it. We just stay way from Chevy's and make our own so we know what is in it.

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I was sent this by Chevy's it was a while ago so some things may have cahnge but I don't think by much

Gluten Information

(Revised 11/06)

Because our menu items and methods of preparation may vary from state to state, we cannot guarantee this information, however we are fairly confident that this information is accurate. Always alert your server and the restaurant manager of your allergy/intolerance.

Several of our grilled items are marinated in a sauce (Agua Negra) that contains soy sauce as an ingredient, so technically these items are not gluten-free. This will explain why many of the grilled meats are not gluten-free. When in doubt, ask your server or the manager if the item is marinated in Agua Negra. You may request that corn tortillas not be put into the fryer as this may cause cross-contamination from the flour products that are fried in the same oil. Any items that are fried or cooked on the grill are subject to potential cross-contamination from flour tortillas, etc.

KEY: gluten-free = Gluten-free; CG = Contains Gluten

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I eat at Chevy's frequently and always get the same thing. I get a chicken enchilada, rice, and a pork tamale. Most of their dinners come with a corn tomalito (?) and it it not gluten free. They have always been very careful with my meals and I have never gotten ill. The manager even was the one who came to my table and told me they would not put the corn tomalito on my plate because it contained wheat flour.

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I eat at Chevy's frequently and always get the same thing. I get a chicken enchilada, rice, and a pork tamale. Most of their dinners come with a corn tomalito (?) and it it not gluten free. They have always been very careful with my meals and I have never gotten ill. The manager even was the one who came to my table and told me they would not put the corn tomalito on my plate because it contained wheat flour.

I've been to Chevy's and ate the chips and the corn tortillas without any issues, even though there is a concern for cross contamination. I've found I don't seem to be super sensitive and thus risk CC from time to time and more often than not don't notice any bad results. I love the portabello mushrooms fajitas.

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