While the menu currently only marks two items as GF, the waitress was lovely and explained all of the menu items that could be adapted to be GF. She said they have cauliflower crust for pizza. The cauliflower pizzas are cooked in the same oven with regular, but on their own sheets. They also have tamari to use instead of soy sauce, which opens up several other options. They also were aware of cross contamination and told me the fryer was shared. I had the Rib Eye Beef Poke Bowl, which is listed under “small plates” but was plenty for me. A reasonable meal and reasonable amount of options. Pop in if you are looking for a relaxed atmosphere.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
pretty good food, fantastic mai tais, and a selection of gluten free items (we did the Ono and they made sure to make it separately and gluten free.)