Went there last night and had a really good experience. Gluten free items are clearly marked, restaurant staff know what they’re talking about, and the food was delicious!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Ask for gluten free soy sauce. Nigiri is safe but nothing is mentioned on the menu.
The menu is color coded to indicate GF choices. They also have GF soy sauce available.
Good sushi, decent knowledge of gluten-free. The waiter said I could basically get any of the maki rolls (tuna, cucumber, etc.), and then certain rolls without the sauces. I got the tuna roll and divisideroll (albacore/avocado/masago) because I wanted to play it pretty safe. The waiter said masago should be fine for GF, but I'm realizing now that it probably wasn't because I did some research and found out masago is usually thickened with wheat starch. He was friendly and accommodating though, which I appreciated because it was busy. I'd give it another shot, but overall nothing too exciting.
Has gluten free soy sauce.