100% of 9 votes say it's Celiac friendly

9870 Hibert Street, San Diego, CA 92131 Directions

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Tested 2 gluten free rolls with Nima and they came back safe.

Updated 7 months ago read full review

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Amazing rolls and they provide a gluten free menu! My first time feeling safe at a sushi restaurant.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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Fresh sushi and friendly service. A gem of a spot, unassuming and straightforward with quality in the areas that matter most. They have a separate GF menu with many options both sushi and hot items as well. First place I've. Even that offers GF ponzu sauce in some of the entree items. They also have GF soy sauce for the sushi. I was remiss and forgot to ask whether the sushi rice is made with malted rice vinegar or not. Imperative to know for Celiac.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

Gluten Free Features

  • Celiac Friendly
  • Sushi

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  • Asian
  • Restaurant

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Wow! We found this place on GF by me. I have Celiac. The staff is so knowledgeable. Our waitres, Kierra, is amazing. They have a gluten-free menu. I did want to try a Bento box. They were happy to oblige. Instead of the vegetable tempora got extra salad with Gluten-free ponzu on the side! Great service and food.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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They did a good job with my celiac daughter's food. She had blue crab rolls and avocado rolls. They had a separate gf menu and seemed comfortable with providing a safe experience. I didn't ask about kitchen practices, but my daughter had no issues after eating here.

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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The sushi was awesome. They have real crab (and fake too). They have a gf menu and even gf ponzu and soy sauces. I order the Blue Cali crab roll and the Sancho. So tasty. The only sad things are none of the happy hour choices are gf and parking is tight.

Updated 3 years ago read full review

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This is great sushi - really, really fresh fish. I bring my own tamari. They are aware of the risk of cross contamination. They will clean their hands, knife and prep surface before preparing my dish. The fryer is not GF - so tempura is out. I usually get the sashimi, cucumber salad and occasionally the hamachi kama which is just seasoned with salt and cooked in the salamander.

Updated 6 years ago read full review

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