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Mona Lisa Fondue Restaurant Questions & Answers

Colorado Springs, Colorado

My husband has a gluten allergy and a soy allergy. Are there options for him at the Mona Lisa?

over a year ago Answer

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Peoria, Illinois
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I think you could navigate around his allergies if you inform the waitress. Obviously the severity of his allergies dictates how preventative you need to be. However, since it's not a sandwich place, I'd think it should be very doable.

over a year ago
Austin, Texas
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The entree course of seafood should be gluten and soy free, as would the salad course. The second course, the cheese, would probably be a problem. The dessert course, which is melted chocolate with fruit or pieces of cake might also have gluten, but I don't think a soy allergy would be a problem, except with any dipping sauces, which could be avoided.

over a year ago
Kerrville, Texas
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Sorry, do not know the answer to that.

over a year ago
Greenwood Village, Colorado
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Although most sophisticated restaurants have accommodations for food allergies, I would never want to represent something for the restaurant that may be inaccurate or misleading. I would call them and ask them directly and I'm sure they can give you specifics about their handling of food in the kitchen that I could never answer as a consumer.

over a year ago
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