The food is good, and they claim to be able to accommodate gluten free. I specifically asked if they would be able to change cutting boards, etc to reduce cross contamination, which they claimed was possible. However, it was apparent that either the sushi chef or the waitress did not take the request seriously, as I got severely sick after finishing my meal. Perhaps good enough for someone intolerant, but not for Celiac. There are much more affordable sushi places in Denver that are able to accommodate, and I will continue frequenting those instead of Sasa.