Didn’t get to eat here; spoke with management and they do not offer GF soy sauce and ensure that all of their food is cross contaminated. Big bummer.
I was hungry and desperate for anything with not much time to eat before boarding my red eye home. On my way to Umazushi, I stopped and ate a bag of Cheetos. That’s how hungry I was. No options were originally presented and I was told I shouldn’t even order the edamame. My friend Bob, halfway through his beer, noticed a placard on our table with a dish featuring spam. My dad once told me he loved the taste of uncooked spam and although I’d never tried it, and with minimal knowledge of how taste preferences are passed down paternally, I asked if I could just order the can of spam. Our server was doubtful but went and got the manager. Jennifer laughed at my situation with me and while she was initially very confused by my request for a can of uncooked spam she was definitely very nice and helpful. She even offered to let me open the can myself, cut some off to eat a cold chunk now and she would heat up another chunk in the microwave and bring it back to me later. The spam hit the spot! So salty. So pork-like. I’m not sure how helpful this review is, since the restaurant certainly isn’t celiac safe. But if you are out of options and need a can of spam this is an excellent choice :)
They told us they did not have gluten free soy sauce. Perhaps we spoke with a new employee who did not know...
They have wheat-free Tamari soy sauce - Aloha Brand (made from fermented soy bean). We ate here - very difficult to find GF options at other places in this part of the terminal - other than a salad.
They had gluten free soy sauce so I was able to eat here. Very unexpected at the airport!