I told the waiter that I needed gluten-free and they had several slip-ups. First, the kitchen sent the dish out with some kind of gluten in it, and several minutes after I had started eating, the waiter came rushing out, apologizing profusely, and took the dish back. Next, I asked for sriracha sauce. The waiter brought me a bottle of red sauce that, after I had mixed it in with my rice, turned out to not be what I had asked for and ended up having gluten in it. Even if these things hadn't happened, this place has no gluten-free soy sauce, which is a staple at any asian restaurant that claims to be gluten-free-friendly. Lastly, the service was so, so slow. I was sitting for 10 minutes before I got a menu, and another 15 before my water was brought over and my order was taken. If you have celiac or a gluten intolerance, do NOT eat here.
Good food and service! They have sweet potato glass noodles for you noodle missing gluten lovers as well as sushi salads!