Top Allergy-Friendly Restaurants in Chicago
We’ve compiled the top-rated food allergy-friendly restaurants in Chicago based on reviews by AllergyEats’ users who represent over 300 unique food allergies and intolerances, including the Top 8 (dairy, egg, fish, peanut, shellfish, soy, tree nut and wheat), sesame and gluten.
Chicago Food Allergy-Friendly Restaurant List
“Amazing! Despite my fear being surrounded by so much cheese – this was the favorite meal for my son ‘getting to feel normal’ in this exciting Chicago eatery.”
RATED FOR: Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Dairy, Eggs, Sesame, Soy, Beef, Chickpeas, Coconut, Lentil, Lima Beans, Millet, Pinto Beans, Spelt
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“We were so happy with the service and food at Wildfire, we ate there two days in a row. I initially emailed then while looking for a nicer restaurant for a large group that could accommodate my daughters egg/pn/tn/ss allergy. I received a quick response with SEVERAL options for her to choose from. Once at the restaurant, the server knew from our reservation that we had food allergies and double checked my daughters entire order with the kitchen just to double check.”
“I spoke with the restaurant manager and they assured me that they have a nut free kitchen. All of the items for the tea service treats are made in house!”
“We told the waiter about our allergies and Chef Todd came out right away to talk us through the menu. He sat down at our table and explained what to avoid. His attention to detail and level of obvious concern was the best experience we have had as a family fairly new to food allergies.”
“Would return, they have a very strong allergy protocol and manager explained everything.”
“Even though the restaurant had nuts, our waiter was proactive about checking with the chef about hidden allergens. She also informed us that they have a special slip to send orders with allergies.”
About AllergyEats Top Restaurant Lists
AllergyEats Top Restaurant Lists are based on the allergy-friendliness ratings of eateries, per food-allergic reviewers on the AllergyEats app and website at the time of publication, and not the restaurants themselves. AllergyEats encourages diners with food allergies to use these Top Restaurant Lists as a starting point when seeking dining options and to always disclose allergies to the wait staff, ask questions about ingredients and food preparation, and carry allergy medications.