They had gluten free bread and didn’t put butter in my break because I’m DF too, but they didn’t give me the aoli because it had Mayo (did not understand DF) and when I ordered something with GF bread didn’t talk to me about fry alternatives just brought me tomato slices. It may have been the server but I felt very insulted.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Been here multiple times and absolutely love it. Two of us are celiac and they were very careful with our food. I ordered the fish special and my sister got the poke.
Unfortunately I was throwing up with 10 minutes of my food coming out and I only ordered a fruit salad and plain fish.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Went for happy hour but unfortunately there weren’t many safe options. I was excited to try the ribs based on a previous review but our server said they are marinated in soy sauce. We ordered the Brussel sprouts (pan fried instead of deep fried), edamame, edamame hummus (with pita on the side), and avocado cucumber roll (no soy sauce). Everything was delicious but would be nice to have more celiac-friendly items on the happy hour menu.
Staff (Hana and Zack) understood Celiac needs very well. We ate off the happy hour menu (3pm-7pm) - outstanding value! Zach made sure the ribs were made on a separate surface and wow - the tender meat literally fell off the bones (with thick yummy Asian pineapple salsa). Sashimi trio very fresh! Breathtaking view with windows wide open. Perfect temp, protected from northwest winds.
Gluten free options marked on menu, you can view it online. Food was excellent, view was breath taking.