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Before taking a food intolerance test last year I thought dairy, soy and citrus were the ONLY reasons behind my weird skin issues/breakouts. Boy was I wrong! Thanks to York Test Laboratories, I discovered there are 19 different ingredients that are causing my ongoing issues.
Take a look at the email I received….
Wow just wow!
After receiving this tragic but very enlightening news, I have been pretty aggressive at taking steps to heal inside and outside. Yes, the struggle is STILL real, but I am not giving up!
Ever since my discovery, I’ve taken a journey to find the right foods and places to eat that are allergy friendly. So, I was super excited to try out the restaurants listed below. If you suffer from food allergies, too- you’ll definitely want to check them out.
Allergy Friendly Restaurants
1. La Boulangerie Boul’Mich Boca Raton
This French Bakery/Café with a Latin twist serves breakfast, lunch and dinner…And YES, there are several things on the menu that people with food intolerance’s can actually eat. Additionally, if you are interested in a dish that is not so allergy friendly, just let your server know and they will be happy to accommodate.
Check out a few things that is allergy friendly restaurant has on their menu…
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Located: Town Center at Boca Raton, 6000 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, FL 33431
Phone: (561) 430-6934
Note: They are located throughout the Florida area.
2. Ditmas – Boca Raton, FL
Ditmas, is another local food allergy friendly restaurant that you should consider visiting. They serve food that is completely free of any dairy, shellfish, and there is a rabbi on the premises at all times to ensure that all food entering the building abides by Kosher law. So I would definitely consider this establishment allergy friendly. Click => HERE to learn more about their menu.
Located: 21077 Powerline Rd, Boca Raton, FL 33433
Menu: Lunch – Mon – Thurs 11:30 – 2:30, Dinner – Sun – Thurs 5pm till 10pm
3. True Food Kitchen
You don’t have to worry about the allergy thing when dining at True Food Kitchen – Boca. The restaurant has and array of farm to table dishes and something to accommodate everyone. That is why True Food Kitchen is one of my GO-TO’s. It is SUPER healthy, SUPER delicious and SUPER cool!!! Click => HERE to learn more about their menu.
Located: Town Center at Boca Raton, 6000 Glades Rd, Unit 1015A, Boca Raton, FL 33431
NOTE: They have several locations throughout the USA, including Canada as well.
Fun Facts about this allergy friendly restaurant: They work with local farmers and also change their menus seasonally.
4. Fit Foodz Cafe
Fit Foodz Café offers a variety of gluten free, dietary sensitive options, which includes, desserts that people like myself can indulge in without any flareups.
The Chocolate Tofu Mousse Cup, Chocolate Chickpea Brownie Bites and Peanut Butter Chickpea Blondie Bites made me almost turn in my no soy card. Woo! The Carrot Cake Cookie Pies and Confetti Cake Cookie Pies made with vegan vanilla frosting was to die for. Click => HERE to learn more about their menu.
Located: 9704 Clint Moore Rd, A-108, Boca Raton, FL 33496
Phone: (561) 451-1420
5. Smoothie King
I absolutely love Smoothie King! They are not only delish, but they have nutritional fruit smoothies, vitamins, supplements and healthy snacks. Most, of which people with food intolerances can eat/drink.
Located: 21200 St Andrews Blvd Ste. 7, Boca Raton, FL 33433
NOTE: They have several locations throughout the USA
Is there an allergy friendly restaurant that you love? Do tell,we will add it to our list of places to try.
Have A Happy Healthy, and Remember to Always…Stay Sassy!
I have to agree with this, last time I had bad an experience in terms of eating something and only then finding out I’m allergic lol.
But luckily I take fish oil or omega 3 and I’m not allergic because it helps me a ton.
Great information, thanks Dawn!
I blog here: Fish Oil Expert
Nick power says
Hi Dawn! I have been using this really good recipe for gluten free bread:
It’s simple to make and requires no kneading! I hope you enjoyed your time in the bakery!