best place for inexpensive sushi. their tempura is even gluten free as well as their various sauces. I highly recommend the crunchy shrimp roll since it's not everyday a celiac can eat anything crunchy! the tator tots are gluten free as well as most of their bowls.
I get their sushi burritos and they’re wonderful. I’m super sensitive celiac and have never had a problem. However they do give me regular soy sauce every time which is not celiac friendly so I just don’t use it.
as a newly diagnosed celiac (3 months ago) who loves sushi and Asian foods....and hates "grilling" restaurant staff...99.9% of the items are g.f so the kitchen is pretty much dedicated g.f....the feeling when I walk through the doors is the feeling I had as kid at the end of a horrible school day, and there was mom, just a big hug and a few oreos...that's the feeling I have as a new celiac going here...
Have had great luck at this location, but was very disappointed just now to have regular soy sauce packed in my family's take out order, even though I am celiac and noted that in my order and specified tamari not soy sauce for each item. Disappointing when you order multiple rolls and a big order. If you order take out double check the kikkoman packs. Luckily the soy sauce was in sealed packs and I could just throw out.
Almost everything is gluten-free and they are very careful about cross contamination. We ordered 2 apps and fried rice which were pretty good, but I want to go back and try an entre. So appreciated the friendly helpful staff and the care they took!
Almost everything on menu is available gluten free. Bowls have white or brown rice, vegetables & cooked chicken, beef or pork. Poke bowls have white or shushi rice, asian greens & vegetables & choice of fresh tuna, salmon or tofu. My sesame chicken bowl was delicious! Chicken was lighted breaded with GF tempura coating. Will be back!
Everything is GF (Ramen can be for an upcharge) which is refreshing. Not sure why the soy sauce on the tables has gluten - just seems like it would be easier not to... Overall, food was great, nice to have so many options - I usually avoid Asian because of the gluten in soy sauce issue.
So many choices! Knowledgeable staff, even on her first day the cashier knew exactly what I was asking and was well aware which items were GF and which could be made GF upon request (Ramen, for $1.00 extra). We will definitely be back! They also have GF soy sauce upon request and the bottles on the tables are well labeled as containing gluten.
Small place with expansive menu! Gluten free option for Ramen noodles. My daughter had the miso chicken ramen. I ate the spicy tuna burrito roll. It was very affordable and delicious. Most of their menu is gluten free. Staff is very informed. They use fresh crab too!
Staff seemed knowledgeable. The sotaritos are basically sushi burritos! They run $9 - $10.75 and are huge, and really filling! They also have gluten free noodles for the ramen bowls for $1 more. Most the menu is gluten free. --FYI: the gluten free chocolate chip cookie has been discontinued due to lack of interest. :(
It was delicious but I was glutened. They claim "No gluten ingredients" but could not give me info about cross contamination of their supply, like if something is processed on the same equipment with wheat before it gets to them. It had such good reviews that I was inclined to try. I figure it was cross contamination because I wasn't hit immediately with symptoms but a few hours later and they were my trademark symptoms. Sorry but I certainly cannot recommend this to sensitive celiacs.
Sushi, tater tots, shrimp tempura roll, chicken, steak, and 5 spiced pork. This place has a lot to offer and everything is gf. Counter service, fast food, every thing I've tried has been pretty good.