Not everything marked gluten free is gluten free you have to ask to make sure (fried stuff uses a shared fryer). I had a reaction to something but it wasn’t a typical gluten reaction (I didn’t get a migraine). But it definitely didn’t agree with my stomach.
I ate here while visiting the area. The restaurant has a neat atmosphere and decor. The menu has extensive listing of gluten free options. If you enjoy Brazilian cheese bread, it was not on the menu but is available and was good. My dish was great and was really tasty. My wife had a salmon dish that we all tried and agreed was not that great although it was a really nice looking piece of fish. I do feel it was a bit overpriced, but I gathered there are not many Brazilian options in town so I guess you do pay for the exclusivity. With as many menu options as are available, this would be a great place to go back again and again and try different things. On a completely unrelated gluten or food note, they advertise live Bossa Nova music during dinner. The guy playing the piano played Michael Jackson, country, and pop songs with a slight jazzy feel, but it was NOT Bossa Nova. It did kind of mess up the mood of a Brazilian eating experience.
After waiting a long time for drinks, apps and finally our main, it took three times to get a safe plate. The manger was less than sympathetic and waitress had no idea about how to check the plate before bringing it to the table. As soon as she would set it down we would know it was not safe. Should have been obvious by just looking at it. They offered steamed veggies but then charged for them! I'd say they are "posers", as the menu is labeled, the staff is not knowledgeable. Update: After all that. We were "glutened".