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Gluten Free Casual Dining: One of the last places one might expect to find gluten (wheat, specifically) is in soy sauce. But it's there, making a traditional sushi experience a bit challenging. But don't dismay sushi lovers! Kabuki is on it. Not only do they offer wheat free (tamari) soy sauce, but the menu also includes a section dedicated entirely to gluten free menu items--from sashimi, sushi rolls and salads to a veggie ramen made with rice noodles. After stuffing myself with my favorite Philadelphia roll, I always get the crunchy and satisfying kale salad. With 13 locations through Southern California, it's a reasonably-priced drop in option for the gluten-challenged.

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Local Expert Wendy O'Dea Says:

Gluten Free Casual Dining: "There can be a long wait at Kabuki if you don't time it right. Try and arrive during Happy Hour when there are special prices on a number of dishes and drinks."

Best for Gluten Free Casual Dining Because: Barring tempura and teriyaki, most items can be ordered gluten free but, for safety, go with the options listed on the gluten free menu page.

Main Menu

Vegetable
Meat
Seafood
Sushi & Sashimi
Roll
Traditional
Combination
Premium Combination
Sushi Combination
Hibachi
Noodle
Rice
Soup
Side

Lunch Menu

Lunch Special
Lunch Combination
Lunch Deluxe
Lunch Sushi Combination

Gluten-free Menu

Appetizer/Salad
Sushi/Sashimi/Roll
Entree/Noodle/Rice
Side

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