Antojitos Chips and Salsa

*This dining experience took place in September 2015.

Antojitos

Photo Taken by Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW

Antojitos, located at Universal Studios Orlando City Walk, offers authentic Mexican food and great atmosphere. I first tried Antojitos in August and absolutely loved it and their gluten free offerings.

On this particular visit, I dined with my brother, and we wanted to get something quick before going to see a movie at the AMC located at City Walk. We both had been eyeing the fajitas on the menu, and since neither of us were very hungry, decided to split an entree of fajitas and dig into the complimentary chips and salsa.

Antojitos Chips and Salsa

Photo Taken by Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW

Our server seemed fairly knowledgeable about the gluten free cross contamination needs and assured me that the chips were safe. I’d had them on a previous visit and am always glad when restaurants have dedicated chip fryers. Both my brother and I enjoyed the salsa, which contained green olives in it, for a different twist.

Antojitos Fajitas

Photo Taken by Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW

When the fajitas were brought out, my brother and I were both a bit surprised that they were not accompanied by any rice or beans like many of the entrees at Anjtojitos are. We were only brought tortillas and fajita toppings (like lettuce and guacamole). Another server brought our food, and while I had asked for corn tortillas, were brought flour and corn with the corn right on top of the flour tortillas. Our server quickly came out and made sure to bring me a fresh and non-contaminated batch of corn tortillas.

Because my family is used to sharing food with me, my brother and I quickly and safely divided up the food so that he could eat his fajitas with flour tortillas without worrying about glutening me.

Overall, we liked the fajitas but thought the portion, even for one person, to be rather on the small side. For the price, we didn’t think it was a good value, since you got no other accompaniments. We both agreed that in the future, we’d stick to other options when we dined here. That being said, we both loved Antojitos food and wouldn’t hesitate to go back.

Have you been to Antojitos? What did you think of their gluten free offerings?

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