To be honest, I don't remember much specific about this place in detail. The staff was friendly, the place was empty, and the food was simple but good. Mike and I ordered the Vegetarian Chili, Shrimp in Tomato Garlic Ginger Sauce and the Spinach Enchilada. The food was filling and good but nothing particular was striking. While the menu is relatively extensive, there wasn't much for pescatarian gluten free folks and it seemed that the staff/kitchen wasn't too aware about the need for cross contamination measures as they were unsure of the ingredients of several items listed on the gluten free menu (or they were fried in a non dedicated fryer). The one benefit was that the prices are very reasonable, and because they don't include gluten free ingredients specifically, there isn't a spike in price for the gluten free options. Overall, this is a good place to grab a bite to eat if you aren't looking for something outstanding.
Submitted by Celtic Celiac at http://celtic-celiac.blogspot.com/