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Foodie Friday: 'Because finding new places can be such a hassle, I tend to stick to the same restaurants'

Friday, June 30, 2017


This Foodie Friday we spoke to Sophie, a 26-year-old blogger from London with a love for traveling and poetry!

Sophie Foodie Friday Kafoodle Interview

How many times a week do you eat out and roughly how much do you spend?I would say that I eat out on average about once a week and this is normally for dinner with friends or my partner.What foods can you not eat or wish to avoid?I'm lactose intolerant so avoid lots of dairy products as they really make me bloat and feel unwell. I also have a tomato, banana and soya allergies with tomato being the worst. If I even have the smallest bit, I can be up all night with the harshest of stomach cramps and in absolute agony. How do you decide where to eat?It's not easy! With my intolerance to dairy and my allergy to tomato, it rules out many cuisines such as Italian and Mexican etc which are my favourites. I normally end up visiting a pub or somewhere similar, where I can get plainer food such as a hamburger, but that the people I'm with will still have a variety of dishes to choose from. I check the menu of every new restaurant that I go to in order to see if I can eat there and if they have any allergy friendly food. Because finding new places can be such a hassle I tend to stick to the same restaurants that I know have been accommodating to me in the past.What would make eating out easier for you and allow you to #eatwithconfidence? Definitely an app! It would be good to filter through and see any restaurants with dishes that are suitable for allergen sufferers. I also think that restaurants have become more gluten-free friendly but not taken on board many of the other allergens such as lactose, if they stocked lactose-free cheeses and milk etc, I believe that would affect a lot of people in a positive way! Tell us your favourite restaurant?Prezzo! I normally go to the branch in Staines as it's closest to me and I find them so helpful. They'll do whatever they can to assist me and they make me feel like I'm not an inconvenience, which is something I'm often made to feel by other restaurants. I love them!

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