Got allergies but want to eat out?

Got allergies but want to eat out?

Got allergies but want to eat out? TGI Friday's have a new menu.

Got allergies but want to eat out? TGI Friday's have a new menu.

If you suffer from a food allergy or can’t eat gluten, then it might be a good idea to look at restaurant group T.G.I. Friday’s, who have brought in special menu for people who need to be careful what they eat.

A new Allergen supplement menu that is in place at participating Friday’s restaurants as of last month.

Using easy-to-read icons, T.G.I. Friday’s new allergen menu will break down what food groups/categories may be found in each menu item, including eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, shellfish and more. This new Allergen menu will help guests make informed meal choices regarding their food allergies and help them find the perfect meal to satisfy their appetite.

“We are sensitive to what our guests require and we absolutely owe it to them to take this extra step and have this new Allergen menu available,” said Ricky Richardson, chief concept officer of T.G.I. Friday’s. “People expect to have a great time with great tasting food and beverages when they come to T.G.I. Friday’s and our new menu supplement will help our guests find the food that is just right for them.”

T.G.I. Friday’s is also refreshing its current menu by adding the most popular items from its recent Caribbean Summer menu, including Grilled Caribbean Wings, Tropical Splash Salad with Ginger Lime Chicken, Conga Line Caribbean Chicken Sandwich and the great taste of the Captain Morgan® Original Spiced Rum Sauce on steaks and seafood. The same goes for the bar, where T.G.I. Friday’s will add several new drinks to keep the variety as fresh and lively as ever.

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Authored by: Richard Lee

Richard has been traveling since he took a year off from college, where he was doing a BA in Journalism. He traveled half the world, backpacking with his girlfriend (now his wife). They spent time in South America, Asia, Greece and much of Europe. After writing about his experiences for several airline and travel magazines, he never went back to college.