Okay so the server I had was very good, she was very thoughtful and careful. But there's very little that was actually GF. The bread is not for celiacs. Most of the other dishes were not, I finally asked my server to ask the chef and ended up with roasted chicken. No sides (though I still paid full price, of course). It was very bland and even worse, dry. This place is celiac friendly only in the most basic sense, that there's a thing that celiacs can get.
Best gluten free bread I’ve had!
Our waiter was knowledgeable about celiac disease. He checked with the chef that the fish of the day (mahi mahi) was or could be made gluten free. Dinner came with rice and steamed asparagus. Also had a salad with butter lettuce, tomato, and Maui onion. Server did not recommend the GF bread. The servers that brought the food knew that it was for someone with celiac disease.
I ate at the breakfast buffet one morning. I talked to the chef about what was safe for me. I limited myself to the omelet station and some fresh fruit even though the chef said other things like the roast beef was gluten free.
I returned for dinner another night. This waiter was also knowledgeable able celiac disease. I had the fish of the day (moon fish) and a salad made with butter lettuce. The fish came with steamed rice and sautéed asparagus. The moon fish was excellent.
There was a limited number of options available but I had yellowtail sashimi and the steamed snapper main and both were delicious (and served with tamari soy sauce)
While they do not have a Gluten-Free menu the Hostess was very helpful in pointing out which items on the menu could be prepared gf. Our waiter was great. Our daughter is celiac and also has a nut allergy so he confirmed with the chef which gf items were also nut free. The lunch menu has a lot of burgers and sandwiches they can make gf. The also have a fresh catch special and a quinoa salad.