*This dining experience took place in October 2010.
I have been really quite hesitant to try any counter service restaurants at Downtown Disney because I haven’t heard very good reviews. So, when my family needed to go to DTD to get t-shirts made at the Design A Tee store for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, I was not too thrilled about the prospects of eating there. However, I figured I’d give Wolgang Puck Express a try, figuring that out of most of the CS they might be able to accommodate me the easiest. So, we headed that way. Upon arrival, I notified the cashier of my allergies. He did not have a chef / manager come over, but he sure was a wealth of knowledge. He gave me 2 options for meals: 1) the Rotisserie chicken meal without the mashed potatoes but substituting a salad w/balsamic vinegar and oil on the side instead. Or, I could have the salmon, but I didn’t really pay attention to what I could have with it, since I had already decided on the chicken. Because we were on the meal plan, I needed to know if there were any dessert options. The only option was fresh fruit (which was fine by me). The cashier was very nice, and he even gave me an extra fruit cup because he “felt bad” this was my dessert. I was actually fine with it b/c we were eating at Cape May Cafe that night (which is a buffet) and I didn’t want anything too heavy.
Fruit cups–the pineapple and grapes were my favorite!