The view is amazing, contain the feast to it alone. The menu clearly marks items they felt were gluten free at the time, however little is done to ensure they're actually free of gluten. All fried items are fried in shared oil, though they are marked as gluten free. They supply your table with mountains of rolls in the 8 years it takes your food to be made. They get tempting after the first year. Overall, not a great place to have celiac.