Originally Posted by Mike M
The menus are displayed outside the dining room each day. You can stroll by and take a look and make your decision based on what's on the menu. My wife and I do this all the time when we are onboard.
I do this too but I do understand where the OP is coming from.
The kitchen know in advance what they are cooking - where is the harm releasing the same info.
I have several food allergies e.g. peanuts and seafood. I don't make a big deal about it - I just like to see the menus in advance so I know what to avoid and make alternative arrangements if necessary.