We called ahead because I'm a celiac. I wanted to make sure that it was safe to eat. We explained that I couldn't have MSG or gluten and explained what gluten means. They assured us that it would be fine. The buffet is pricey which I don't mind if it's a good buffet. My husband and son's all agreed that it wasn't good. Once I got there they pretended like no one spoke to me about the celiac. My husband got them to agree to make some sushi rolls fresh for me without gluten and they did. But the language barrier made it impossible to feel safe and limited what I was able to order. The experience left me sad because I hate making a big ordeal of my celiac and I hate a production over food. We won't return and won't recommend it. For those who say the sushi is great, I would have to suggest going to a real sushi restaurant where they specialize in sushi.
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