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Here is another family who had an incident at Fo Thai KC. Read what happened to her on Mother's Day at
http://fothaikc.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/a…

Posted by Ban Fo Thai KC on 05/14/2012 at 11:14 AM

Re: “Now Open: Fo Thai, where you do it their way

Correction to my last comment. Our food was NOT prepared special. We ordered our food straight out of the menu with NO exceptions and after they confirmed that the food we wanted to order had no allergic ingredients.

So we did NOT inconvenience anyone or asked for special requests.

Thank you for your comments.

Posted by Ban Fo Thai KC on 04/23/2012 at 12:43 PM

Re: “Now Open: Fo Thai, where you do it their way

Zeemanb and TheDLC: Our food was prepared special. We ordered our food straight out of the menu with no exceptions after they confirmed that the food we wanted to order had no allergic ingredients.

So we did no inconvenience anyone or asked for special requests.

Thank you for your comments.

Posted by Ban Fo Thai KC on 04/23/2012 at 12:01 PM

Re: “Now Open: Fo Thai, where you do it their way

KCMeesha: You are absolutely correct about avoiding restaurants that do serve or cook their foods with ingredients that can cause an allergic reaction. But when you call a restaurant and ask if they serve an item that you wish to order from their menu includes peanuts, sunflower or shellfish and they respond, “No”; then you are doing all you can to ask the proper questions. They also expressed that they do not cook their foods with Peanut oil.

Not only that, when the meals were brought out, they confirmed that our food did not have any of the allergic ingredients nor did our order consist of special preparations.

When they brought out their dessert, again we asked if it contained peanuts and once again, they confirmed that the dessert did not have peanuts. Only after our daughter has finished her dessert and started having an allergic reaction, the waiter came out and said there were peanuts in the dessert.

Thank you for your insult. I’m glad to know that we all have the right to express ourselves in the manner and class we choose to define ourselves.

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Posted by Ban Fo Thai KC on 04/23/2012 at 11:53 AM

Re: “Now Open: Fo Thai, where you do it their way

Savvy Dave: Thank you for your opinion. We are not attempting to fight discrimination rights just clearing clarifying that we’re all humans. That’s it. You may or may not be aware that with every exposure to an allergic reaction, it becomes more severe with each episode and can be fatal. So measures have to be taken to rebuild your immune system because of the chemical unbalance your body has sustained due to the reaction.

They wanted to settle out of court and agreed to a settlement of $800. They are choosing to be un-responsive and give us the run around.

Notifying everyone from customers to sponsors is our right and choice to make them aware of the kind of people they associate with at Fo Thai.

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Posted by Ban Fo Thai KC on 04/23/2012 at 11:51 AM

Re: “Now Open: Fo Thai, where you do it their way

To Jack: So you are basically discriminating against people with a handicap? Whether it is food allergies, lactose intolerant, paraplegic, scoliosis, deaf or blindness, based on your statement, we should not be able to enjoy life just because we are "handicap" as people choose to address us.

First of all, no one is handicap. We are challenged in a way that forces us to live a different life-style than others. Not a better life because life is what we make of it.

When you go somewhere and ask if a request can be made and you are told that your request can be accommodated, that is what you should expect.

Thank you for your opinion and keep your family safe because life can toss you a curve ball and all we can ask for is the strength to deal with obstacles and move forward.

And remember, “You guys” is everyone. Black, White, Tall or Short; Learn not to segregate.

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Posted by Ban Fo Thai KC on 04/23/2012 at 9:31 AM

Re: “Fo Thai

Our experience with Fo Thai Restaurant in Leawood, KS was a nightmare. My wife and children especially our oldest daughter suffered a severe allergic reaction in spite of the fact that we cautioned them numerous times of our allergies and repeatedly asked them to make sure there were no peanuts in our food. They chose to ignore us which resulted in a potentially fatal reaction.

The General Manager, Alexis Booth-McDaniel told us that Fo Thai Restaurant would compensate us for this incident but has continued to ignore us by not responding to our phone calls and emails.

To read the correspondence between our family and Fo Thai Restaurant, please click on the link below.

You can read more at http://fothaikc.wordpress.com/

Posted by Ban Fo Thai KC on 04/22/2012 at 2:32 PM

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