Attached to the Hyatt so pricey. Limited GF choices. We saw all the menus except breakfast. The lunch menu seemed best to me. I don't usually have sushi, but since San Diego seems to be the Tuna capital of the US, I tried some and enjoyed it. Some servers were knowledgeable, others seemed not to care. Great views of the marina and good for people watching or a quick drink/bite if you're at a convention at the Hyatt.
This place does offer gluten free options but not very many. It's extremely overpriced for what you can get for literally half the price of anywhere else. It's a Hyatt hotel restaurant so be prepared to pay restaurant hotel prices.
Great service. Juan knows the importance of allergies. Tuna salad is great but I wish there was more tuna to it.
Gluten free labeled on menu; seafood was amazing (salmon and seafood trio). They even had gluten free sushi and gluten free soy sauce.
Very few gluten free options. I had a salad that I finished in 10 bites and a $12 mojito that I should have felt but didn't. Over priced.
I am celiac. We use to love Sally's. Last year I got glutened after I was served an entree that the server and menu said was gf but after 10 minutes into my meal the gm came over and alerted me the kitchen put on the wrong sauce. I thought I would give them another chance recently but I saw a piece of pasta in my entree 90% through my meal. I got sick. They have cross contact issues.
Delicious. Their menu indicates dairy, gluten, and shell fish containing items.
Great seafood with clearly marked GF options (and DF options) with helpful waitstaff.