They claim they have a gluten-free menu, but of the 2 sushi rolls they claim are gluten-free, both came out with surimi (imitation crab meat), despite me asking specifically 3x to clarify with the chef that another alternative be provided. I also asked for gluten-free Tamari, but the bottle was not brought out to me only a bowl of sauce. Against my better judgment, I ate my meal, which was delicious, but not gluten-free. As a pregnant celiac, I am very upset at the waiter/chef for assuring me these items were gluten-free (though despite my suspicions I only have myself to blame for eating them). I wouldn't recommend this due to clear lack of understanding and blatant "gluten free" mislabeling on their menu.
I have gone to this place twice and the first time they seemed confused about gluten free so I stuck with something safe, hibachi with gluten free soy sauce. I went back this past weekend and got California rolls which they said they could make gluten free. I was in bed the next day in pain and couldn't figure out why. After talking to a friend I found out imitation crab meat is typically not gluten free. It usually contains wheat so be careful, it was not a pleasant experience :-(
The sushi is really fresh (a requirement for a sushi place) and although not many items are marked that they can be modified to be gluten free, they are more than willing to see if any item you want can be made gluten free. I had the Hibachi Filet Mignon and there was enough really tender steak for 2 people! They have GF soy sauce and GF fried rice and Pad Thai. UPDATE: After eating here several times I have to add a "caution." One time they messed up my order and brought the sushi roll with tempura flakes in them and unfortunately I didn't catch it until I ate the first one. What was worse was when I asked for the gluten free soy sauce and the server told me it was on the table in the bottle with a red sticker on the top...so I used it. Next time I'm there I point to the red stickered bottle and asked "this is the gluten free soy sauce right?" And the answer was "No. That's the low sodium soy sauce." They have to bring the gluten free soy sauce to the table. So the food is really good here and when they get it right -- it's a perfect meal. Unfortunately you have to be constantly checking and re-checking with them to make sure you actually get what you ordered. What really bothered me was after contaminating me(and I have Celiac's), no one in management came over to apologize, see if I was going to be okay...nothing.