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Frankie's Italian Kitchen and Bar Questions & Answers

San Diego, California

Can you serve a dairy/red meat free meal? Can you give an example? One of my party is extremely allergic.

Thanks,

Christopher

over a year ago Answer

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San Diego, California
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Thank you all for your responses. We did indeed dine at Frankie's and our party member who has the dairy allergy was able to eat there and thoroughly enjoyed her meal as we all did. the service was excellent and the food outstanding.

The only problem we encountered was that the white wine was served warm so we had to wait while it chilled in ice. We will return!

over a year ago
Vancouver, Canada
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Good morning Christopher,

I am David Cusack the General Manager of Frankie's Italian Restaurant & Bar; we take great efforts to accommodate everyone's dietary and allergy restrictions.

All of our pastas, excluding the gnocchi, are dairy free. As well we offer a selection of poultry and seafood dishes; the seafood linguini is a fantastic option.

Upon making your reservation please remind me of your guests restriction.

Sincerely

David Cusack

General Manager

Frankie's Italian Restaurant & Bar

over a year ago
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I am not able to give you an answer on this. I strongly suggest you go to their website as they have a link that you can use to ask them this question.

over a year ago
North Vancouver, BC
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Hi Christopher - I only ate there once, so you should probably contact the restaurant directly to make sure they can.

over a year ago
Brampton, Canada
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You could call them (or email) and pose the question. I tried posting a link to their menu but TripAdvisor won't allow HTML in the comments it seems.

over a year ago
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