New Allergy Friendly Menus Being Tested at Walt Disney World

Good news for Guests dining in Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts with Special Dietary Requests! Disney is continuing to make grounds for a new quicker, simple and efficient experience for Guests dining at Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts with special food allergy requirements.

Starting next month, a few select Disney Dining locations will be testing new allergy friendly menus to help eliminate the need for a chef to visit the table during your dining experience, ultimately cutting wait times and creating a quicker and more relaxing experience for Guests with special dietary requirements dining at Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts.

Although the new menus will be designed for Guests with various food allergies – for selections that are not covered by the new menus, the option for a chef to personally visit your table will remain available upon request.

Testing is expected to begin on September 9th and run through October 20th 2014. The following Disney Dining locations will be taking part in the new food allergy menu testing:

Disney’s Polynesian Resort:

Captain Cooks

Kona Cafe

 

Disney’s Boardwalk:

Flying Fish Café

 

Disney’s Hollywood Studios:

ABC Commissary

The Hollywood Brown Derby

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

 

Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort:

World Premiere Food Court

 

How do you feel about the new allergy friendly menus coming to Walt Disney Parks and Resorts? Will this option present a quicker, efficient, and more convenient Disney Dining Experience for Guests dining with special dietary requests or do you prefer the more personal approach when dining at Disney Parks and Resorts?

Leave us a comment below, we love to hear from you!

 


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5 thoughts on “New Allergy Friendly Menus Being Tested at Walt Disney World

  1. We visited Disney 2x so far with our 9 year old daughter who has a food allergy. Each time the chef would come out and talk to my daughter it makes her feel like a “princess” and we are able to relax and enjoy our meal knowing the chef is taken care of her allergy personally. It’s just that little extra something that sets Disney apart from any other place. Having the chef come out and talk to her about her allergy makes her feel like her allergy isn’t a problem and they are happy to accommodate her. Disney just gets it right it’s one of the reasons we will back again

  2. I would prefer to wait and see a chef as well as waiting for the food to be cooked. Cross contamination is too big of an issue in the way food is served at over the counter service areas. We have been to disney 6 times and have found that the one on one chef attention is a great experience. Some of the hotels like Pop Century have amazing Chef’s that make my daughter feel like a princess.

  3. I like this idea. I prefer to eat gluten free but I do not have allergies so I feel that this will be a great option for me! My mom on the other hand has severe sensitivities to gluten and I think she would still prefer to have a chef come out to make absolutely positive there are no glutens in her meal.

  4. It sounds like a good idea to make things more efficient, but as a mom of a child with sever food allergies I think I would still prefer to have a more personal approach with speaking with a chef at our table.

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