This was our best dinner in Vegas! The ambience is so cool. id recommend it for a date night since most of their dishes are meant to be shared. Our waitress Rachel was so friendly and helpful with explaining which items could be gluten free. She went back to the kitchen a few times to make sure what I ordered was gluten free. We got an order of edamame which was perfectly cooked. I only ate the one with rock salt on it because our waitress said the other style that came with had gluten in it. It'd be worth asking if it's possible to make both styles gluten free because they seem able to do anything there. I also ordered the tuna roll with the jalapeño. I can't remember what it's called but it was a specialty roll. It usually comes deep fried, but they didn't fry mine so that it could be GF. It was really good. And they had gfree soy sauce to go with it. We also got the miso eggplant to share. It usually comes with gluten in it, but they were able to make a gfree sauce just for me, and it was so good! I can't even explain what it tastes like, but it was the best eggplant ever! I'd definitely go back here for a nice dinner. Our waitress was so accommodating and I'm sure you could order other things on the menu and they'd make it gluten free for you. They seem very professional.
The restaurant was dark and decorated in red and black colors throughout. It would be a great place for an intimate dinner with a significant other. I would not recommend for families or people with children. This sushi restaurant was a bit on the pricey end but completely worth every dollar spent! Imagine my comfort level when our waitress explained she also struggles with a gluten intolerance and was well aware of how to prepare the foods and when to check on items to make sure I was safe. She answered all my questions about the menu and made me feel extremely safe about eating there. When I had questions she didn't know the answer, she immediately went back to the kitchen to ask the chef to ensure I was staying gluten free! I decided to try the most expensive roll in the place – it had gold flakes on it! Kobe beef, king crab and yellow fin were some of the meats in this roll. It tasted like magic. I loved it and every single thing about it was phenomenal. I hadn't spent a lot of money so far on food during the trip so I decided to take a splurge. We also had roasted mini potatoes that were seasoned so perfectly and roasted to the greatest crispiness ever that we were all fighting over them at the table. Everyone at the table enjoyed different sushi rolls that were each equally delicious in their own way. (or so I was informed by the non-celiacs) If you are in Las Vegas looking for a unique, delicious dinner and aren't worried about the price tag – I would highly recommend Social House for dinner.