Be Our Guest Restaurant at Disney’s Magic Kingdom (as of 7/2018) – This menu covers the top 8 common allergens (gluten/wheat, milk/dairy, egg, soy, peanut, tree nut, fish and shellfish). Check with the restaurant for modifications and/or other special dietary needs.
Note: This menu was introduced as part of Disney’s allergy-friendly menus launch in 2015.
*This is a sponsored post with Enjoy Life Foods. You can view the original post on Enjoy Life Foods’ blog.
When it comes to planning a family vacation that everyone in the family is sure to love, the Disney Parks are probably at the top of your list. Both the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida and the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California are two of the world’s top vacation destinations. And, with family-friendly entertainment and attractions, it’s not hard to see why. There’s so much to see and do that everyone in the whole family is sure to find something that they enjoy. To add to the Disney magic, if you’re visiting the Disney Parks with a special dietary need, you’ll find that the Disney culinary team has worked hard to make sure you have safe and delicious meal options. In fact, the Walt Disney World Resort has been recipient of a FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) Award for their training and handling of special dietary needs in the parks and resorts. How cool is that?
*This gluten free dining experience took place in August 2018. Notes about dairy free options and modifications are included in this post.
D-Luxe Burger, located in Disney Springs, is a quick service restaurant that serves up some of the best burgers on Disney property. It’s also one of the few dining locations in Disney Springs that is owned and operated by the Disney Company, which means that they follow Disney protocol when it comes to handling special dietary needs. Plus, it’s just plain delicious. Recently, we stopped by D-Luxe Burger for a quick dinner.
Sailing away on a cruise ship is a great way to get away from it all, and with a Disney Cruise Line cruise it’s a chance to enjoy the magic of Disney without stepping foot in the parks. The Disney Parks & Resorts are known for being one of the top destinations for gluten free and food allergy vacationers, so it seems only natural that the Disney Cruise Line would be equally wonderful at accommodating special dietary needs.
Skipper Canteen located at the Magic Kingdom (as of 7/2018) – This menu covers the top 8 common allergens (gluten/wheat, milk/dairy, egg, soy, peanut, tree nut, fish and shellfish). Check with the restaurant for modifications and/or other special dietary needs.