They have some of the best gluten free bread you can get, and take cross contamination very seriously. You can even buy the bread in loaves (though a loaf is really pricey, I do treat myself to it occasionally).
The new store location has a room completely dedicated to the gluten free grains... no worry of cross contamination! It's such a relief to be able to buy grains in bulk without the fear of harming myself!
the sushi is amazing and they're the most knowledgeable sushi place in Denver about celiac disease. The front AND sushi staff both know their stuff and work together to make sure the food is safe and tastes amazing. I've never gotten sick here and I'm a sensitive celiac and I've been dozens of times. They can even make their spicy rolls gluten free! The food is a great value too- $1 per piece for all regular nigiri.
They were very knowledgeable--the host took a takeout menu and marked off everything that was naturally GF and which chould be made safe by alteration (they have San-J GF soy sauce, my fave)
I had the vegetarian spring rolls, and chicken chili "ramen" with glass noodles, along with a side of lovely fried tofu that I soaked in the super tasty broth. I felt fine both immediately afterwards and several hours after, so they successfully kept me safe. :) Since I still break out in a rash that then bleeds if I get wheat flour based stuff on my hands, I make a decent mine canary, and I'd say that as long as you are clear they will happily show you the options here. (Note: there were also a lot of 'small plates' and sides that are naturally GF and a meal of those would also be awesome. I just super wanted soup)
So, a solid four stars, because if they had a km enu pre set up it would have made ot easier on both their on location staff and me :p
Dear corporate, just make them a little sheet, ok?