After testing several menu items purported to be gluten-free, even the fish nigiri tested positive for gluten using a Nima. Manager said they get some of their fish from vendors that process in a facility with wheat. Sadly, I'll have to cross this old favorite off my list of safe places to eat.
Solid sushi place with gluten free items listed on the menu. Not clear if the miso soup is GF that comes with some of the dishes so you may want to avoid it. Friendly service staff but unclear on how knowledgeable they are about GF. I am a fairly sensitive celiac with no issues eating here.
Menu clearly marked but after seeing the most recent review we asked the waiter to flag all the GF orders for the kitchen. No issues and the sushi was very tasty! We had a roll with spicy scallop, Seattle Roll and the Belltown Roll. Plus the sashimi salad with avocado. Nice way to say goodbye to awesome Pacific Northwest sushi as we heard back to our sleepy suburb in California.
Since we had not been there before, the server took the time to explain the menu options, and we were delighted to find an entire page of warm sides and an extensive list of rolls on a beautifully presented gluten free page in the standard menu. (They also have a vegetarian page). Our server made sure to express that almost any dishes could be modified for other specific allergen needs. (We ordered the rainbow roll without nuts due to my husband's allergy.) All ingredients are listed for each dish, gluten-free soy sauce is available, as is a great list of sake. Even though I was the only GF diner, the three of us selected a variety of rolls from the GF menu (which are also found on the standard menu) so the meal was completely safe. The sushi was great, and the service was very attentive. One of my dining companions declared Wasabi to be her new favorite sushi restaurant. We will definitely be back!