No gluten free menu, although the waitstaff is helpful when you sit either at the sushi bar or at a table. There are limited options on the All You Can Eat menu, however there were enough options for me to sufficiently be filled up. Order the “poke” without sauce. Ask Tamari or gluten free soy sauce, which they have. I also had to ask for Wasabi & Ginger. Any of the Nigri or Premium sushi (salmon or tuna toro, for example) gets served on rice that has gluten. They served mine allegedly with rice that had no gluten. Also the hand rolls come with rice so order without rice. The blood sausage is really good, gluten free and served with ketchup. First round of premium sushi is included, 2nd round costs and extra $ per item. No other extra charges on the regular sushi items. I liked the Sashimi salad, it was small, but a decent size. The quality of the sushi was okay, but not the best I’ve ever had. The dinner all you can eat is about $29. With a yelp checkin, I got a free, small hot sake. Very affordable for sushi, but quality was meh. Best items were raw oysters, salmon toro and blood sausage. Just be careful not to get the gluten regular sushi rice and most people should be fine.