Top Allergy-Friendly Restaurants in Philadelphia

Top Allergy-Friendly Restaurants in PhiladelphiaWe’ve compiled the top-rated food allergy-friendly restaurants in Philadelphia 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.

Philadelphia Food Allergy-Friendly Restaurant List

Farmer’s Keep

“Since my daughter’s diagnosis, I’ve literally never walked into a new restaurant for the first time and had zero questions. But that’s exactly what happened today! The board outside said dairy free, egg free, peanut free, treenut free, gluten free, shellfish free.  I did a few double takes to make sure my eyes were reading words correctly, but I can’t believe we just pointed to a display case of food and ate.”

RATED FOR: Peanuts, Eggs

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Blackbird Pizzeria

“Amazing place! For me personally, it’s almost worth the trip to philly (coming from NY). It’s so hard to find vegan-friendly places that are also nut free but these guys did it!”

RATED FOR: Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Dairy, Avocado, Kiwi, Latex, Banana

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Franklin Fountain

“I told them of my allergies and they went through the whole process with me of what they will do just for me! They didn’t even bat an eye, they are used to accommodating people’s allergies, which makes me feel even better about eating here.”

RATED FOR: Soy, Gluten, Dairy, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Wheat, Eggs, Shellfish, Fish, Sesame

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Maggiano’s Little Italy (Filbert Street)

“From the moment we stepped foot in the restaurant, every person we spoke to was knowledgeable and well prepared to handle our questions concerning their ability to accommodate our needs. It is easy to see, and also very comforting, that they take allergy needs very seriously.”

RATED FOR: Peanuts, Eggs, Sesame

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Christopher’s A Neighborhood

“We have eaten here many times safely. They have a ‘no problem’ attitude. Its actually rare to find safe chicken fingers and fries, but they have them here (and the chicken fingers are delicious!). Other times they have made custom meals for my son.”

RATED FOR: Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Dairy

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P.F. Chang’s

“The manager presented us with the allergy safe menu specifically for tree nuts. We were ordering family style and the server made sure she knew which foods my daughter would be eating so that those foods could be entered differently and prepared separately and safely.”

RATED FOR: Tree Nuts

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Grandmas Grotto

“This is the BEST place to eat if you’re gluten-free like me!!! They have a FULL SIZED gluten-free Menu along with a regular one! They have a gluten-free bakery on the premises too!!”

RATED FOR: Wheat, Gluten

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Karma Restaurant & Bar

“I’ve never eaten Indian food out before because it’s one of the more difficult cuisines with a dairy allergy. The manager went over the menu with me, asked the appropriate questions about the severity of my allergies, told me which things he suggested/would be easiest to cook without dairy, and I had a delicious, safe chicken curry.”

RATED FOR: Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Dairy

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Jules Thin Crust

“Jules is the only restaurant we are comfortable eating at. My daughter is contact reactive, so we always wipe her eating area and seat down first, so far we have had no problems. The pizza is delicious!”

RATED FOR: Peanuts, Dairy, Eggs

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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.


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