I am traveling to Panama City and Gamboa Rainforest Resort in June with my family. My 2 year old son has numerous allergies: all nuts, peanuts, beans, peas, eggs, clams and possibly other seafood. Also, due to sensitivities (but not true allergies), he is currently dairy & gluten free. So he has severe food restrictions. In Panama City, we will be staying in an apartment so can cook some meals but we will also be out and about wanting to eat in restaurants. We will also be spending a few days at the Gamboa Rainforest resort where we won't have our own kitchen. I am wondering how responsive and knowledgeable restaurants are about the importance of not cross-contaminating foods and correctly identifying all ingredients? When we've travelled to other countries we've relied on plain meats, buttered rice, French fries (in non-nut oil), fruits & veggies to feed my son. Additionally, how much of gluten free breads/products and dairy free milks that are plentiful in the US made their way to Panamanian grocery stores?