I ate here a couple years ago and had a fabulous experience. I called in today to find out which rolls could be made gluten free and the person asked me if avocado had gluten. The lack of knowledge was too concerning to bother ordering again. Got luck the first time with a knowledgeable server but this time not so much. Would not recommend.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Servers know nothing about gf, absolutely not celiac friendly
I stayed away from anything marinated and it went just fine! They have tamari which is nice. Server seemed to say that miso soup only had “a little” gluten so it was fine - that made me very nervous! I skipped it. The sushi was fresh and the cucumber roll was amazing. They also modified the Philly roll so I could get fresh salmon and avocado instead. Pretty accommodating. Wish there was a little more knowledge around gluten though.
I'm new to the gluten free lifestyle. I love this place and always got the chirashi donburri before I was diagnosed with celiac. Today was the first time I ate knowing about gluten and they were so kind as to listen to my requests like new gloves, no seasonings, and answered whether the fish were marinated with anything (none were that i had) and they reassured me that my requests were met when they brought out the food. They even brought out tamari soy sauce for me! I might have cross contamination with the board or something but I'll be more specific next time since this place is my favorite! Highly recommend! I went when it wasn't busy, around 3 on a Saturday
Love this place! Everything I've had here is wonderful and the service has always been great when there, espically since we have a toddler. I haven't tried the hibachi/teppanyaki menu, but all sushi and side dishes have been great.
They will make any of the hibachi meals with gluten free soy sauce, and since everything is made at the table, it's easy to know it's gluten-free. How celiac friendly it is depends on if the other members of your party are okay with gluten-free soy sauce. If everyone gets it, I think the cross contamination chances are very low.