Top Allergy-Friendly Restaurants in Orlando
We’ve compiled the top-rated food allergy-friendly restaurants in Orlando 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.
Orlando Food Allergy-Friendly Restaurant List
“My daughter is severely allergic to eggs and the boathouse was so accommodating. When we mentioned this to our waiter, he notified the chef who came out to our table and spoke with us. He told us exactly what our daughter could and could not have. They prepared her meal in a separate area, which resulted in us waiting for our food a little longer, but we did not mind at all. If gave us peace of mind and made us feel very comfortable.”
RATED FOR: Eggs
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“The staff was extremely helpful and even if they did not know something, they were happy to check with the chef. I was even able to get a Pina Colada at a restaurant for the first time since they washed out the blender for me.”
“Erin McKenna’s still has not installed the tissue box and put a sign up for the official “mom’s crying corner”. It brings me to tears every time to say to my son, now 21 years old, “Pick anything you want! Pick four things!”
RATED FOR: Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Dairy, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Sesame
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“UNO restaurants have an electronic screen with allergy information and their staff are top notch when it comes to allergies. 11 food allergies and they don’t blink an eye; it’s all in a day’s work.”
RATED FOR: Peanuts, Sesame, Tree Nuts, Eggs, Apricot, Buckwheat, Coconut, Lemon, Lime, Mango, Grapefruit, Tomato
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“The manager made several visits to check on us and answer additional questions. They do have a large shared fryer for everything so we opted to avoid those foods, but there were still plenty of choices and substitutions available.”
“After having a bit of trouble ordering off the menu because of my son’s multiple food allergies, the manager talked to the head chef, and they made him a chicken dish totally off menu that was perfectly safe for him and delicious.”
“Staff is very knowledgeable about Celiac… we didn’t even have to say allergy.”
“The chef came to our table to speak to us once we explained to the server that my daughter had multiple food allergies. The chef made her food on a separate pan on the stove and not the regular grill in order to avoid cross contact.”
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.