Allergic teenager who died was misled about Byron burger, coroner rules

Owen Carey, 18, told London restaurant staff of his dairy allergy, inquest finds

A teenager who suffered a fatal reaction after eating a birthday burger at a Byron restaurant was misled into believing there were no allergens in the meal, a coroner has ruled.

Owen Carey, who told staff he was allergic to dairy, suffered a fatal reaction after eating grilled chicken coated in buttermilk at the restaurant at the O2 Arena in Greenwich in April 2017.

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