Despite having a printed GF menu, they lacked GF soy sauce & admittedly passed tamarind sauce in its place. Numerous options (including a vegan menu) but horrible service, tourist-trap pricey. Skip it.
The price doesn't match the price category here. It is really expensive and the "sharing" dishes are actually the size of n appetizer for one. Go if you want to experience but jump to pay the $59 per person chef select 5 course and save your money. Just know you will still need to go to another place to curb the hunger.
Wonderful experience for dinner. My table of four did omakase and our server tailored it to everyone's tastes and brought me modified versions of not-GF items, and special off menu plates of completely GF foods from all sections of the menu for us to share. GF soy sauce is a plus but I barely even needed it.
Food look appetizing. I ordered churrasco Rio Grande medium. It came as dry and a little burnt outside but very rare inside. The server volunteered to have it cooked a little bit more. So I waited patiently to have it cooked a little bit more, I can't remember how long but it was very long. My wife and I already finished eating with what we had. Was waiting to have water refilled. Finally the ribeye came and was very cold. The server said she's going to tell her manager. While waiting my wife ordered some dessert. Still no water refill. I saw the manager looking at my direction. Time passed, and we finished the dessert that came without spoons that again had to wait for. Must have been a busy night or under staff. I had to ask for a water refill. And finally the manager came, must have seen I'm writing this review. I'm never going to come back to this place. Music is good though.
great gluten free menu, and they even have gf soy sauce!
Great food. They prepared everything well and served me alternatives when the table had gluten options. Only was concerned because I had to be quick bc it was family style and everything was contaminated unless I got to it first. Do recommend, just know your group well!
Great sushi, real wasabi available, many saki choices, and a gf menu. We told them we had a gluten allergy and the chef made our sushi on regular rice instead of the sushi rice .The sushi rice has vinegar in it. Sometimes the rice vinegar is seasoned and contains gluten. The chef said theirs was not seasoned but he suggested the regular rice anyway. Our meal was fantastic!
Have been here several times over the years and never have issues. They have GF soy sauce and are able to prepare a wide variety of dishes gluten free. This place has become one of my favorites!
Very interesting but delicious food. Gluten free soy sauce, tamago (sushi egg), and they use the real king and snow crab in their rolls. Definitely GF and OK for celiac.
Sushi was overpriced and marginal at best. I got 3 rolls and within 10 minutes I knew I had been glutened.
I loved the Gluten Free variety of food they had to offer!! The service was great!! The food was perfect !!
In the Palazzo on the second floor. They don't make a fuss about gluten free. I just told the waiter (Michael) I was GF and how much money I wanted to spend ($60 at least!$), and he created a menu that included sashimi, sushi, and Brazilian meat with mushrooms. So eclectic and absolutely delicious. They have GF soy sauce. I couldn't have felt better taken care of. Was totally worth the money for such a great, adventurous dinner with no gluten reaction.
Separate gf menu and knowledgable staff. Staff was not very friendly and the decor is a little overwhelming (very strange choice of chandelier lighting), and the gf sushi options are limited (only 2 rolls on the gf menu). Not my new favorite, but I would definitely go there again.
Dedicated menu and knowledgeable wait staff. The gf menu hadn't been updated to reflect what is current so the waiter made some suggestions that could be gf off the regular menu (Tokyo roll-$16). Gf desserts too. it is definitely expensive but was delicious.
This is one of the very best restaurants with a gluten free menu I have been to since being diagnosed with Celiac's disease almost two years ago. There are many gluten free options, all with their innovative sauces and pairings unrevised from the original menu. Also, they brew their miso in house, so there are no worries about barley contamination. Do not miss the sea bass robato, or the sweet chili tuna quinoa handroll. Last, the decor was lovely, and the service attentive.