29 Places for Soy Allergy-Friendly Desserts

See restaurants for safe desserts where people managing a soy allergy shared reviews highlighting soy-free crème brûlée, cheesecake, and churros! If you’ve found a safe dessert at a restaurant, please share a review on the Spokin app. This guide was published on 11/17/23.


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Cork and Catch

Location: Cottonwood, Arizona

“Very accommodating and knowledgeable. If you want a vegan dessert call the day before and they will guarantee one will be there for you.”

@danirosewho manages celiac and soy, wheat, and milk allergies

Intentional Foods

Location: Mesa, Arizona

“Restaurant is free of the top 8 allergens. Super delicious chocolate donuts. Lots of package products to try too.”

@3withallergies, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, fish, sesame, beef, and sodium benzoate allergies

The Pizza Patio

Location: Flagstaff, Arizona

“Vegan cheese pizza. It was yummy! The vegan chocolate was delicious too! So many choices and not enough time to try them all. Highly recommend!”

@amandakayvestal, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, seed, vegetable, fruit, grain, meat, and legume allergies



Location: Magnolia, Arkansas

“A great pizza place for someone with wheat allergies! I always get their cauliflower pizza crust. They just added gluten-free bread for their sandwiches and they have some really tasty ice cream and coffee too!”

@eggnoodle, who manages peanut, tree nut, sesame, soy, wheat, and vegetable allergies


Café Gratitude

Location: Los Angeles, California

“Delicious vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free desserts, burgers, salads, and more!”

@shanadeurioste, who manages celiac and milk, soy, wheat, rice, barley, rye, and oat allergies


Location: Manhattan Beach, California

“When I notified server of allergies, she immediately notified the kitchen and checked in with me multiple times. My family loves this place especially their fish tacos and dessert options!”

@treatpeoplewithkindness, who manages tree nut, milk, soy, sesame, vegetable, fruit, meat, chickpea, and chocolate allergies

Malibu Farm Pier Cafe

Location: Malibu, California

“Malibu Farm Pier Cafe is a fun and trendy spot in Malibu, CA. They are super accommodating to allergies. The food is fresh and delicious. I absolutely love the shaved Brussels sprout salad. The Sunbutter chip ice cream is also really great.”

@sarahandspices, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, wheat, seed, and grain allergies

Monty’s Good Burger

Location: Culver City, California

“Monty’s is amazing. It’s such a fun place to go, has the best decor and the cutest packaging. I really love their cookies and their root beer.”

@treatpeoplewithkindness, who manages tree nut, milk, soy, sesame, vegetable, fruit, meat, chickpea, and chocolate allergies

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Location: Palm Desert, California

“I was happy with my experience here as I was able to eat delicious food safely. The waitress was ok in her approach to my food allergies. I appreciated the waitress’ proactiveness and that she went back to the kitchen to make sure I could eat safely. I got the 11oz filet mignon (medium rare) with mashed potatoes. I also was able to get the flourless chocolate sin cake and oh my word…absolutely delicious!”

@smuldowney, who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, grain, sesame, vegetable, fruit, and legume allergies


Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen Foxwoods

Location: Ledyard, Connecticut

“My son was able to get an intricate meal off the menu, rather than us having to keep it simple and plain/boring to ensure no hidden allergens, because the staff has access to a book that clearly labels which allergens are in each menu item, including what it ‘may contain’! My son ate his whole chicken dish with frizzled artichoke and fennel and kale and potatoes with a delicious sauce. My son was even able to have a dessert (coconut sorbet) which is a rarity at a restaurant! So grateful for their approach to food allergies. Bonus, everything we got was delicious.”

@goingplaces, who manages tree nut, egg, soy, mustard, legumes, and avocado allergies

Plan B Burger Bar – Glastonbury

Location: Glastonbury, Connecticut

“Amazing burgers, clearly labeled. No fillers. Everything is fried in rice flour, and dedicated fryers for gluten-free. Gluten-free dessert. Never have a problem here, great service!”

@aaa, who manages celiac and almond, soy, bell pepper, fruit, and grain allergies


Gasparilla Island Grill

Location: Orlando, Florida

“They have an allergen menu. They have gluten free bread for the many sandwiches they are famous for, allergy-friendly mac and cheese (two different types) and a plant based ready to eat dessert. Lots of prepackaged food options. This is a nice option to grab the monorail from Magic Kingdom and come here for some safe food without the long lines!”

@seelyhaislip, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, grain, and legume allergies

Nomad Lounge

Location: Lake Buena Vista, Florida

“Don’t think! Just go and get those gluten-free churros! I live in California, but when I came to Walt Disney World, I had to try! They come with a cream dipping sauce (not dairy-free though) and a strawberry dipping sauce that is gluten-free and dairy-free!”

@hadleyyy2000, who manages celiac and milk, soy, and wheat allergies


Maggiano’s Little Italy

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“There used to be a location in Northern Ohio and I cried when they closed. I always had my birthday dinners here because I always knew I was going to be served quality food by an amazing waitstaff. When I told the waiter that I had allergies, they brought a chef out to talk about my options (I decided to grill my chicken parmesan instead of frying because of the oil). They assured me that proper protocol would be followed and even gave me a free creme brûlée (the only dessert I could eat). 10/10 recommend.”

@lizbfordwho manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, and sesame allergies

Spears Chicago

Location: Wheeling, Illinois

“This restaurant has a ginormous cotton candy dessert…a super fun treat for my milk, egg, nut allergy kiddo to have dessert at a restaurant. Though unfortunately all of their buns have milk and egg, but we just brought our own. The manger I spoke to ahead of time was very helpful with ingredient info.”

@3withallergieswho manages peanut, tree nuts, milk, egg, soy, fish, sesame and sodium benzoate allergies

The Burger Social

Location: Wheaton, Illinois

“Burger Social staff are well educated about the menu and helped us navigate to safe options for our son who has life-threatening nut allergy. And the best thing of all—their chocolate milk shake was safe for him! This was the first time he’s been able to have a milkshake at a restaurant and not made by Mom! He was SO excited. It’s the little things right?!”

@ravenwho manages peanut, tree nut, soy, sesame, and legume allergies


Jubans Restaurant & Bar

Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana

“They don’t have a gluten-free menu or an allergen menu but our servers were very knowledgeable about food allergies and worked with me to find something I could eat! It’s a super cute restaurant, and they bring cotton candy to the table for dessert!”

@abbykohl, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, sesame, soy, and wheat allergies

Shaya Restaurant

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

“A friend of ours recommended this restaurant for our trip to New Orleans, and we had such a great experience here! The food we had at Shaya was one of our favorite meals from the entire trip. We ordered the fried chicken hummus (my personal favorite!) mint tea, the halloumi, some of their dips (baba ganoush, moussaka, labneh), and the ghazel banat for dessert. I am allergic to soy and reached out to the resturant about my food allergy via email, and then they emailed me back a marked up pdf version of their menu highlighting what I could and couldn’t order. The server also asked us about any allergies or dietary restrictions right as we sat down. There were many soy-free options, and the food was delicious! Their pita has soy, so they were able to bring out a bowl of sliced cucumbers for an additional charge. I highly recommend eating here!”

@jenniferkrol, who manages a soy and chocolate allergy


London Chop House

Location: Detroit, Michigan

“I ate here for a company dinner and had the lake perch with shrimp and crabmeat for my main entree. I also shared the calamari as an appetizer and had the crab bisque. All were delicious. The waitress was helpful and spoke with the chef to ensure my order was free of eggs. The house made ice cream was also delicious and egg-free for dessert!”

@eblakewho manages egg and soy allergies


Early Bird Brunch

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

“Early Bird is one of the best brunch spots in Omaha! they have quite a few gluten-free options from eggs and omelets to salads, and gluten-free waffles. They also have a few vegan options as well. Early Bird’s kitchen is connected to Bob’s donuts, so I’m sure you could even get a gluten-free donut if you wanted!”

@abbykohl, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, sesame, soy, and wheat allergies

WheatFields Eatery & Bakery

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

“Every time I have been to WheatFields the staff has always been very helpful and knowledgeable! They have a gluten-free menu and many gluten-free pastries. I recommend the german butcher potato casserole, avocado toast on gluten-free buns, gluten-free cinnamon roll, gluten-free blueberry muffin, and my all time favorite… the gluten-free wedding cake! This is by far my favorite breakfast spot in Omaha.”

@abbykohl, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, sesame, soy, and wheat allergies


Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

“This was our first time here and I cannot say enough good things about it. Our server, Brianne, was amazing and knew the ingredients in every dish. She told me there is gluten in only two menu items, dairy in three. Each course is prepped in its own space and each fryer is used for one item only. Allergy foods are tagged all the way thru but she went to the kitchen to speak to them to make ensure they knew about my dishes. The food was phenomenal. I couldn’t decide between two salads so she bought me two small plates of each. She made sure all sides ordered were allergy-free in case I wanted to try them. They even have house made sorbet so i could have dessert. If in Vegas, I highly recommend.”

@knightvinewho manages celiac and milk, soy, fruit, grain, and legume allergies


El Gallo Mexican Cuisine

Location: Hawthorne, New Jersey

“Delicious food and caring staff! I told our waitress about my nut allergies and was assured everything I ordered was fine for me. When it came time for dessert, I believe the churros we ordered came with Nutella and Dulce de Leche sauces on the side but we asked for just the Dulce de Leche and got them to go. They were so good! I’d recommend the chips and salsa and the churros! I’d go back just for those alone.”

@holly248, who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, and legume allergies


Blue Smoke

Location: New York, New York

“They were great from start to finish. My son was able to eat just about everything on the menu with his peanut, tree nut, and soy protein allergies. He had his first restaurant chocolate cake here. Not to mention the food was delicious!!”

@momofjonny, who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, seeds, and fruit allergies

Café Deux

Location: Harrison, New York

“Allergy-friendly menu! tree nut free!! Allergy-friendly dessert! Day-to-night restaurant. Working on gluten-free bread options.”

@jmurphy, who manages celiac and tree nut, milksoy, wheat, vegetable, and fruit allergies

Cafe Patoro

Location: New York, New York

“I had a campaign here for my food blog. I would have never come here on my own but I am glad I did. The food is great, the chocolate cake is AMAZING. The cheese bread that they are known for is gluten-free as well as the majority of the menu. Good lattes. Highly recommend if your in the area.”

@edenc4, who manages soy, carrot, and fruit allergies


Location: New York, New York

“This was our second trip to a crafted hospitality restaurant this summer. Not only was this restaurant beautiful with an outdoor patio overlooking the east river, the food was great and the staff was not only knowledgeable, but very kind as well. they ask if what you avoid is an allergy or preference because they have separate pans, utensils, etc for food allergies and take every precaution to avoid cross-contamination. I am gluten free, grain free, dairy free, and soy free (including legume), I avoid legumes bc of the soy issue and I don’t eat red meat. Our lovely server asked the chef what I could eat and I had a choice of at least 4 appetizers, either off the menu or slightly modified (the watermelon carpaccio was amazing…so flavorful), same number of mains and I was able to eat dessert (sorbet). I highly recommend.”

@knightvinewho manages celiac and milk, soy, fruit, grain, and legume allergies

110 Grill Syracuse

Location: Syracuse, New York

“I was totally blown away by how amazing their allergy awareness was. Chef DJ, Chef Austin, and Alex were all fabulous. Even offered to make me a safe dessert both times I went, but I was SO full from dinner!”

@danielles, who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, legume, and lupin allergies


Mandy’s Pizza

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“This was our first time visiting a restaurant that advertises being ‘allergy-friendly’ on its menu! It didn’t disappoint. Lots of vegan and gluten-free options. Allergy accommodations are routine here so it was nice to feel at ease while we dined. To top it off, they offer allergen free (top 8) donuts, cookies and brownies. We couldn’t resist trying the cinnamon sugar donuts, since those are never an option for my son unless it’s homemade. They are frozen so we were told to let defrost beforehand, which took about the car ride home. Kids gave them the thumbs up and I can vouch they taste delicious with coffee.”

@clatshaw, who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, and legume allergies

V&V Scratch Kitchen

Location: Finleyville, Pennsylvania

“Definitely a hidden gem! This cute neighborhood restaurant has incredible food, a unique menu and delicious dessert. Best of all, my egg, soy and nut-free toddler could eat the pizza and have a scoop of ice cream for dessert. And did you know, every kids meal comes with a cookie or scoop of cream?! Can’t get much better than that! Plus I love any place that has roasted Brussels sprouts on pizza. We will be back!”

@clatshawwho manages peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, and legume allergies


Sixty Vines

Location: Houston, Texas

“Sixty Vines had so many gluten-free options! They had gluten-free pizzas, pastas, and most of their main dishes were gluten-free as well. They even have gluten-free pita for their charcuterie and a gluten-free cheesecake! Our waiter was super knowledgeable on my gluten-free needs and all the other allergens.”

@abbykohl, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, sesame, soy, and wheat allergies


Maggiano’s Little Italy

Location: McLean, Virginia

“Chef Marlin and Brittany, our server, were absolutely amazing!! I was able to have the bread (which never happens), I had the spaghetti & meat sauce with Italian sausage- then Chef Marlin created a fresh fruit with strawberry sauce dessert for me because all of the desserts had milk in them. They were absolutely amazing and exceeded every expectation!! I will definitely be back.”

@ashleybga, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, halibut, sesame, and lima bean allergies


Almond Butterfly Bistro

Location: Toronto, Ontario

“Almond Butterfly in Toronto is an absolute dream! It is completely gluten-free and they have a plethora of dairy-free options. The wait staff is super helpful and accommodating to allergies. They even brought out a book with all of the ingredients listed to give me peace of mind. I tried the dairy-free cheese burger burger on a gluten-free bun with a side of onion rings. YES, GLUTEN-FREE ONION RINGS!! It was absolutely amazing. They also have baked goods. The blueberry muffins and ginger snap cookies are great.”

@sarahandspiceswho manages celiac and peanut, soy, milk, vegetable, and grain allergies


Mezza Via

Location: Munich, Germany

“The owners of this delicious, wonderful Italian restaurant were so helpful with my kiddos allergies and making sure they had something safe for dinner and dessert.”

@3withallergieswho manages peanut, tree nuts, milk, egg, soy, fish, sesame and sodium benzoate allergies


Piazza Scammacca

Location: Catania, Italy

“This place is unlike any other. Inside you will find several different kitchens catering to different menu styles. Several offer allergen friendly (gluten, nut and dairy) options. One kitchen is strictly gluten-free. We were able to enjoy a traditional Sicilian appetizer of mixed fried fish. It has a rice flour based tempura and fried in olive oil. We have visited here several times now since finding this gem. I almost forgot the best part! All desserts are gluten-free. Some desserts are dairy and/or nut free!”

@mama_cristwho manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, and wheat allergies


Cantinho da Regina

Location: Sesimbra, Portugal

“Owner is amazing. She makes gluten-free and vegan desserts and dishes. Had the most pleasant lunch. The clams were VERY good—I wanted to order another dish. I have gluten and dairy allergy and this spot was safe and delicious.”

@jmurphy, who manages celiac and tree nut, milksoy, wheat, vegetable, and fruit allergies

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