In early 2010, Red Lobster announced that they would be upgrading their menu information to accomodate food allergies. They had begun testing a menu that lists the major allergens, including dairy, wheat, peanuts, eggs, and seafood found in their dishes.
"After recently disclosing nutritional information for every item on all of our menus, the allergen menu is a natural next step in our commitment to transparency and our belief that guests benefit from access to information about what's on our menu," spokesman Mark Jaronski said in an e-mail.
Thanks to an email from Go Dairy Free viewer Cayti, we now have a link to their new allergy information and food allergen chart online: http://www.redlobster.com/health/allergy/
If you want a full list of ingredients, you can get this from the chains' guest relations departments, but the turn around time could take a day or so, so plan ahead. They should also have these new allergen menus in most if not all Red Lobster locations so that you can view them at your time of visit.
Should the l ink above become outdated, see this main link to their website: www.redlobster.com