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For those dining at Inagiku with food allergies, it’s important to be very clear with the server up front and let them know exactly the things you cannot eat. While you won’t find specific dishes listed on the menu that accommodate food allergies, there is a lot of flexibility with ingredients and if the kitchen is well informed, you should not have a problem. Just be sure to ask a lot of questions. If, for instance, you have a nut allergy, you need to confirm with Inagiku on the types of oils they use. They only use white sesame oil for the tempura, but there are a variety of different oils used in the cold dishes and on the teppanyaki grill. The concept of allergies in China is not as well understood, so you need to be very clear what will happen should you eat the food that you are allergic to.