Isabella – Spokin User @isabella711
Allergies: Peanut, Tree Nuts, Milk, and Shellfish
Major: Biology and Global Health
Post Graduation Plans: Graduate school for a Masters of Science in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
Completely nut-free. Freshman year I was introduced to all of the chefs and they still know me by name and all my allergies (4 years later). All staff is so helpful and there are several stations that are free from different allergens.
Sazón and It’s Thyme are some of my favorite places here. At Sazón, the staff can change their gloves for anyone with allergies and there are specific staff members available to answer allergy specific questions. It’s Thyme is on the second floor during the week and doesn’t serve any of the top 8 major allergens.
Very clear labels on everything, staff will change gloves if you inform them. I get the ramen and poke bowls but the build your own bowl is also safe.
I always get the chicken wings or chicken tenders with fries or chips or sweet potato tots. At least a few years ago, there used to be a head chef that had a child with food allergies so there was very good protocol for orders with allergies. Never had a problem with cross contamination, despite significant dairy in the kitchen.
I usually get pasta with olive oil and basil. Usually pretty safe if you inform the chef of allergies.
Great vegan food—very allergy-friendly except some nuts. Very clear menu.
Staff well informed about which popsicles are best for different allergies.
I’ve ordered the duck noodle soup, beef pho, beef pho rolls, regular sushi rolls, and dumplings with no problems.