Best gluten free fish and chips I've ever had! They were so good that my husband who is not gluten intolerant, thought they were fabulous and didn't realize they were gluten free. They use rockfish which is excellent. I don't know if their prep is celiac friendly or not. UPDATE: I found out my last visit to Buoy that they use the same fryer for gluten and gluten free, but keep the oil temperature very hot, which is supposed to fix cross contamination. I've never been sick after a meal there, and yet I have gotten sick at other restaurants that use the same fryer for both. Had I known this about Buoy, I actually would not have tried it---but I've been there at least a dozen times and never gotten sick so maybe there IS something to the high temperature idea!
The ambience was nice the octopus ceviche was good but the salad and chicken were disappointing and over priced. $20 for a spinach salad with 3 ingredients? Maybe I should have tried the fish and chips but they didn't have a separate fryer.
They understood what GF meant. For example, they knew the ingredients for their fries were GF, but the preparation was not. I had their spiced pistachios and hummus with pickled veggies. Both were very good.