101 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111
This is a hot new place and owned by Michael Mina, so I hoped that they would have some options for GF eaters. I was happy to see that they had gluten-free noodles on the menu. Warning: I asked at the counter if any of the items were free of soy sauce and asked them if wheat was in the soy sauce. The girl I talked to checked with the kitchen and she said that they don't have anything that is gluten-free anymore. They were "tweaking" the menu and a previously-GF ramen was no longer GF. I was with a group of coworkers and she said that there was NOTHING on the entire menu that if could eat, including the salads and rice bowls, due to the soy sauce. My GF coworker who ordered before me asked about allergens and they offered up a ramen dish and took out the egg too. I suspect that the order taker didn't know that what he gave him was NOT GF. It's deceptive and dangerous when a restaurant offers GF noodles on the menu--when all of the dishes have gluten in them anyway! Unsuspecting people will assume everything is GF. Shame on you, Michael Mina.
3730 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89149
Located in Aria tucked away near the Baccarat room and Blossom restaurant, by the big orange wall. You wouldn't know if from the menu, but they can make most dishes with a gluten-free soy sauce. I'm not sure that they have a strict space for GF food prep though. I had the Yu Chow fried rice which was good. Their satays are great!
1050 Ala Moana Boulevard #2100, Honolulu, HI 96814
They have a separate GF menu, which is always nice. I had the special Louie salad, which was good, but doesn't have a ton of seafood.
1300 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Great staff that will give you a GF version of the menu. The cornbread and the "classic menu" is NOT GF, but the fish dishes and salads can be made without bread/crostini. Not sure about how strictly GF they are in the kitchen, but I'm sure they would be happy to help with the menu choices.