Stopped here while visiting Austin. I had not had a good experience with sushi since being diagnosed. I've never gotten sick anywhere, but that's mainly because I always order boring rolls. This place was a refreshing change. The menu is clearly marked with gluten free options. I would not say it was a huge amount, but enough to get some good variety and have a good meal. This was a good walk down memory lane for me to remind me why sushi is such a magical food, and not just boring rolls with no flavor. I was a little confused when I ordered an appetizer (yakitori I think?) that was marked gluten free on the menu, but was then told that the sauce it came with was not gluten free, so in the end it was just skewered pieces of unseasoned grilled chicken with sauce on the side for my wife to dip in. Not really gluten free is it? Oh well, just get another sushi roll instead.