Pollotarian Dining

Catering for Pollotarians

Following a strict pollotarian diet could be challenging given the lack of menu options in restaurants in your neighbourhood, next to work or even a new place when you are travelling. 

What is a Pollotarian diet? 

You may be wondering who a Pollotarian is and what do they eat? A Pollotarian diet is one where chicken and other animal products such as eggs and dairy are consumed but fish, seafood and red meat are avoided. 

There could be several reasons for following a Pollotarian diet, one of which is mammalian meat allergy – the allergy to red meat containing food such as beef, pork, kangaroo, veal, goat. Another reason could be the allergy to fish which is triggered by the protein parvalbumin. 

How Foodini Helps! 

Our goal is to empower you with information and choices, so you can make dining decisions you are confident about. Foodini is led my accredited dietitians who are at your service to provide menu options for your specific lifestyle choices or innumerable types of allergens, and help you find restaurants where you can dine stress free. The Foodini app can even help provide substitutions to help you avoid any non-pollotarian dishes so you can enjoy your dining experience to the fullest. 

Whether you’re looking for pollotarian-friendly restaurants or need guidance on specific menu items, our dietitians have got you covered. We believe in Food Freedom, the belief that everyone deserves to enjoy delicious food regardless of their dietary needs. 

The Foodini App is created to be your personal food guide and help you throughout your dining experience. All you need to do is create a personalised dietary profile and begin surfing. 
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Over 3000 Restaurants to choose from

22 Pollotarian Options


Over 2000 Restaurants to choose from

Pollotarian Options


Over 2000 Restaurants to choose from

Pollotarian Options