Nice setting, we here twice - it was so good and I felt safe. They have Udis rolls, which are just ok, but the butter for them makes them delicious! The servers knew their stuff. I had them check on a couple drinks to make sure they were safe (gluten grain based alcohol makes me sick). The bartender was knowledgeable too. The coconut chocolate dessert was a great way to end. Depending on what time you go, you can also hear the music & drums from the luau.
We loved this restaurant so much we went two nights in a row. Almost the whole menu either is already gluten free or can be made gluten free- make sure to ask so you don’t miss out! We got the marinated tomatoes with Burrata, beet salad, green goddess feta salad, their crispy mahi mahi with crispy onions, the catch of the day, and the ribeye between our two visits and everything was seriously amazing! They also have gluten free bread but make sure to ask for it when you get there since it takes a bit for them to heat it up. The bread wasn’t that impressive but it was perfect as a vehicle for their honey butter!
Delightful staff, very accommodating for Celiac dinner - gluten free, dairy free (including gluten-free bread). Menu was marked with GF items. They understood the need for food preparation on a separate surface. Beautiful atmosphere. Rack of lamb did not need any special treatment...outstanding.
There were great gluten free options that tasted great. The service was amazing, with a really friendly staff. The only thing that could have been better was that the gluten free options on the desert menu were lacking including sorbet, however the gf options on the other menus were great.