Many more GF sauces than other poke restaurants near by. Can order the musubi rolls without sauce. Nice selection of toppings as well.
All their soy sauce is gluten free. Except for the take home packets of soy sauce. It was delicious and very filling. They give a lot of rice. I’m going to get the poke on lettuce instead of rice or maybe half rice half salad. The spicy sauces are spicy, but not hot. The spicy ahi isn’t that spicy. Next time I’ll get a shoyu sauce. Edit: watch out for the unagi/eel. As everywhere I’ve seen eel it’s premarinated and cooked. So it’s not gluten free
I LOVE THIS PLACE!They were so accommodating. On my first visit, when they heard me say the word allergy, they grabbed freshly washed mixing bowls and untouched mixing tongs! They even double checked products to distinguish GF and unsafe options. On top of all that, the fish is fresh and tasty and they have so many GF options because everything is carefully separated as a part of their high standards. Cross contamination is something that must be very rare.They have different side options: Brown and white rice, salad, a vegetable noodle and different sauces and seasonings. They have a sesame oil and a chili oil that are GF and combined with your bowl made up order make for a tasty meal. and the people that work here really care about making your visit the best! These bowls are unique and beyond compare.Even for me with my allergy, I can walk out of this place with a full belly and a smile on my face! The bowls are tasty with the GF oils and hot sauce available, but bring your own GF soy sauce if you like.
Notes: I went to this location last week and they have scratched out GF on all their sauces! The person I spoke with also let me know that they really couldn’t be sure about cross-contamination. Unfortunately this place is off the list for me!