Sorry about the shameless plug. First time on WebMD and thought your community could use our information. We don't list restaurants that we have not personally interviewed. We have 1600 restaurants reviewed across the country and Canada and are growing this list by around 50 to 100 per week. We interview and only provide the facts about a restaurant. Do they have a process, allergy list, what is their kitchen layout and will they custom prepare a meal for you safely. If there is a restaurant you want to add or learn about, you can click to add it and tell us who, we will do the work for you. We are very strict with the restaurants to ensure only the best are ranked high. We do also have many restaurants that are not great for allergies, as this also needs to be noted so we don't go there. Safe dining from your allergic friends at AllerDine.View Thread
AllerDine.com is a fact-based website that gathers the food allergy practices of each restaurant and provides you, the allergic community with the facts about these restaurants. Since everyone's allergies are different, AllerDine.com has provided the information you need to start dining out. Does the restaurant have a formal allergy process, ingredients book, what is the kitchen layout and will they custom prepare a meal safely? These are the facts for over 1600 restaurants and growing. The website is free and has some great resources too for the allergic community.View Thread
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