Language barrier is always challenging at ethnic restaurants. At sushi restaurants I stick to ordering rolls that wouldn’t have any gluten containing ingredients in the first place. Due to the language barrier, my rolls came out on the same as my parents rolls. They were understanding and re-made my dish
The server tried but did not really understand. The kitchen didn’t either. I repeatedly mentioned how sensitive I am and he asked if it was ok they put panko crumbs on the rolls. They also gave me a roll with king crab. Twice I could have gotten sick if I didn’t catch it. They wanted to help but need to inform themselves better.
I am terrified to eat out for the fear of cross contamination, but the sushi here is fresh and perfect and delicious. so amazing that I had to go back for more before I left vacation. AMAZING
I have eaten here many many times without a problem. They don't have a gf menu but know not to put soy sauce in your dish or tempura in your roll. I have Celiac so I am alway careful to inform and tell the server at restaurants that I will get very sick if I have any gluten, soy sauce or tempura in my food. I usually stick with their Thai dishes and their curry dishes are excellent.
They have no idea about gf and have no menu? Said I could order sushi?
Lemongrass has great sushi! Thought there menu do not list gluten free, our waiter knew to not put soy sauce in my sushi. That gave me confidence that they knew gluten free. I didn't get sick and my food was super yummy.