Eating out should be a fun and enjoyable part of your time away before heading out. It would be a good idea to check the following details with those you are with.
Make sure they are aware of your or your child’s allergy (or allergies) and that you are carrying adrenaline auto-injectors (AAIs). If the risks are high on a particular occasion, it may be best not to eat anything or it may be best to ask your accommodation manager if they can prepare a packed lunch free from your allergens.
If a reaction does occur, follow emergency instructions and use your adrenaline first.