UnholyDefenestrator78 To the other point, just giving an OPTION at each course level that shows consideration for vegetarians, people with shellfish allergy, lactose intolerance, religious or ethical objections , etc. It's the "thought" that counts.
Clearly and I do mean CLEARLY, you have never worked in a kitchen. The chef is the first guy in the building that you never want to piss off.
UnholyDefenestrator78 You're right you can never 100% please everyone completely, but you can at least make a gesture that you're considerate of most people's possible issues ... Are you running for office or something???
UnholyDefenestrator78 However, for those with 1 or 2 possible issues, a well planned menu will make sure they don't feel humiliated and excluded by having to be explicitly different than everyone else and order off menu, or not at all.
Or, they can stop at any restaurant in town on the way back to their room.
God, I am losing IQ points while reading this drivel.