People with food allergies have a restaurant that’s on their side!
Dietary restrictions can get tricky when choosing to dine out to eat. Luckily, Angelenos with food allergies have a safe dining option called Noble Bird Rotisserie thanks to a caring mother with two boys who developed life-threatening food allergies at a young age.
Though it seems as though more and more restaurants are listing the ingredients that they use for each dish as well as offer alternatives, there’s always the possibility of cross-contamination in a kitchen; and what may seem like a minor accident to most, could jeopardize the life of someone else. Mother-turned-restaurant-owner, Sidney Price, designed a restaurant that doesn’t use dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, or mustard in their kitchen. Additionally, a list of every ingredient used to make every dish on the menu is available to every customer to avoid any mishaps or confusion.
There are a variety of sandwiches, salads, and sharable plates available for purchase, but the house special is a sustainably-sourced and pasture-raised rotisserie chicken made with lemon herb and spicy gochugaru. The menu selection is not only the product of food transparency, but it’s also nourishing and tasteful enough to land itself as a fan-favorite amongst sensitive eaters, cautious parents, and foodies alike!
The restaurant is open Sunday through Thursday from 11a to 9p, Fridays and Saturdays from 11a to 10p and located at 6460 Pacific Coast Hwy #125, Long Beach, CA 90803. See it on Google maps, here.
Featured photo: @noblebirdrotisserie
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