Allergy-Friendly Disney World Guide

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We’re going to Disney World! Our Allergy-Friendly Disney World Guide is your key to the castle in the most magical place on earth. See the 93 most allergy-friendly places in Disney World and where to find famous eats and treats from Mickey-inspired cinnamon rolls, pretzels, and ice cream to gluten free beignets, churros, and chicken tenders. Explore all the restaurants, hotels, and parks or ride on over to Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, or Disney Springs, home of Spokin Verified Bakery Erin McKenna’s!

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Disney World

“Disney is amazing at their gluten free/celiac options! We went to Hollywood Studios Drive-In and they had A LOT of food options and the meals were largely portioned! Very impressed! I’ve been to Disney probably 15 times on vacations and this was the first time I went after I was diagnosed with celiac disease! Super easy and convenient!“

@jessica20, who manages a celiac-gluten allergy


DISNEY SPRINGS


Disney Springs

“Be careful which restaurant you visit, for most are independently owned and train their own chefs. We love and trust: Frontera Cocina, Rainforest Cafe, Paradiso 37, Raglan Road, and the famous Erin McKenna’s Bakery!”

@pixielizzie, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


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Erin McKenna’s Bakery

“I went here on my last trip to Disney to stop in and see what they had as it was my first time in a gluten free bakery! I was so impressed and the food was delicious! I have another trip coming up and I plan on stocking up on scones and cookies! So good!”

@jessica20, who manages a celiac-gluten allergy


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The Boathouse

“The Boathouse was outstanding with food allergies! I made a reservation through Disney, so my allergens were noted on the ticket. They immediately brought out a manager, who was so friendly, helpful, and proactive with thinking about cross-contact! They pride themselves on accommodating food allergies, and I would 10/10 recommend! My lemon salmon was absolutely delicious!”

@missmeliss1895, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, shellfish, and celiac-gluten allergies


D-Luxe Burger

“This place was incredible! I came back two days in a row while in Disney, as it was just too good to be true! It is nearly impossible to find a restaurant with a fryer dedicated free of milk, eggs, and wheat, but here I could have crispy French fries for the first time in my life! Just incredible! I also got a fantastic island burger on a lettuce that the chef modified for me. All allergy orders come out clearly labeled! It is truly a dream come true when it comes to allergies…why can’t places like this exist outside of Disney?!?”

@missmeliss1895, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, shellfish, and celiac-gluten allergies


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T-Rex Cafe

“We had a great experience here. They take your allergy as a note during making reservations. The waitress confirmed and sent out the chef. He’s the first chef I’ve met who completely understood cross contamination! We selected safe meals for our kids with the chef’s help and then the chef himself delivered their meals despite how busy they’d gotten by then. My daughters were thrilled.”

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Chicken Guy!

“This restaurant is one of my favorite safe options since they are completely peanut-free! I always mention my allergy ahead of time and they reassure me every time that they are peanut free and it is safe for me to eat there. I highly recommend the chicken sandwiches, it’s the best bang for your buck and goes a long way! Super yummy and high quality!”

@amandapayo1219, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


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Frontera Cocina

“After some initial confusion (multiple answers on whether there were dedicated fryers and blenders, unclear ingredients, etc) and speaking with both the manager and head chef, I ended up having a fantastic dinner! La Cava Avocado was the best alcoholic beverage I have ever had in my life, for sure! It was so creamy and is made in its own dedicated blender, free of all my allergens! The chips and guacamole were delicious, as were the plantains! So rare that I can find a Mexican restaurant that does not used shared fryers or one that makes safe frozen drinks, so having two in one was the dream!“

@missmeliss1895, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, shellfish, and celiac-gluten allergies


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Capa

“Mac and cheese with veggies, and Isla keeps asking to go back because it was sooo delicious! View of the fireworks at Magic Kingdom is perfect.”

@arianne08, who manages peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies


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Raglan Road Irish Pub

“This is the sit down location next to the quick service Cooke’s of Dublin. They both have a gluten-free beer batter that’s made with champagne instead of beer and is safe for multiple allergies. Anything they serve fried they can make gluten free including fish and chips, chicken breast strips, and onion rings. Everything comes from a dedicated fryer and they put oregano in the gluten free batter (and not in the original) so people can clearly see the difference. The waitstaff is helpful, knowledgeable, and if there’s something they don’t know, they’ll get you someone who does.”

@imbanananas, who manages tree nut, milk, egg, shellfish, and seed allergies


Terralina Crafted Italian

“This is a great safe Italian place at Disney Springs. They assured they do not use any peanuts or tree nuts at the restaurant, but they also took the proper precautions to make sure my food was not near anything that could have any potential risk of cross contamination. I am a huge fan of the pizza and pasta there and highly recommend. It is great for a date night!”

@amandapayo1219, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Cooke’s of Dublin

“This place is great for allergies. They have a gluten-free ‘beer batter’ that’s made with champagne instead of beer and is safe for multiple allergies. Anything they serve fried they can make gluten free, including fish and chips, chicken breast strips, and onion rings. Everything comes from a dedicated fryer and they put oregano in the gluten free batter (and not in the original) so people can clearly see the difference. I’ve never had a bad experience and I’ve been coming here for years.”

@imbanananas, who manages tree nut, milk, egg, shellfish, and seed allergies


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Planet Hollywood

“Planet Hollywood has always been a great safe option with lots of variety. Once you inform your waiter of your allergies, the chef comes to your table and goes through the menu with you to tell you what is safe what is not and all. They then make sure your food is cooked separately and they take extra precautions to ensure that nothing with your allergies goes into contact with your order. The manager then brings it out as well. I was very impressed and felt completely safe.”

@amandapayo1219, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Wolfgang Puck Bar + Grill Orlando

“Wolfgang in Disney Springs was fantastic with our allergies”

@suzieq, who manages milk and egg allergies


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Jaleo by José Andrés

“Wonderful restaurant with limited nuts that were threatening to my daughter’s allergy. Only one salad containing walnuts. There are also pine nuts and almonds on a few other items, but the restaurant is great with allergies. My husband and I did the tasting menu and asked that they leave off the salad containing walnuts if that were to be included (since our daughter was dining with us) and they were very accommodating. Amazing food, drinks and service!“

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Rainforest Cafe

“They took really great care of me when I went with my family for dinner! They made sure to inform the chef about my allergies and he went over the menu with me. I was able to enjoy everything except the desserts! My favorite dish is the onion rings.“

@amandapayo1219, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


EPCOT


Disney’s Epcot

“Epcot can be a little hit or miss as many restaurants in the world section are not run by Disney. But there are many safe snacks to be found and also many restaurants run by Disney that are up to the standards you’d expect.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


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Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts + Barbecue

“I ordered the brisket sandwich, without sauce, and a side of fries. According to the allergy coordinator, all of the meats are allergy friendly for top 8 plus coconut. I was pleasantly surprised that I was able to have the garlic toast. They use Bloomfield’s for bread. I hate gluten free bread and this sandwich was phenomenal. I highly recommend!“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


La Hacienda de San Angel

”Great service and safe tortilla chips, quesadilla, and veggies.”

@arianne08, who manages peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies


La Cantina de San Angel

“No peanuts. My friends and I just got snacks (guac, chips, nachos).“

@apalin, who manages peanut and soy allergies


Garden Grill Restaurant

“We felt well taken care of by the chef here! My daughter had lots of safe options!”

@suzieq, who manages milk and egg allergies


Coral Reef Restaurant

“Very helpful and able to make my daughter a special meal and even to have dessert! Very allergy-aware.”

@reamsfamily, who manages peanut, tree nut, and seed allergies


Crepes des Chefs de France

“Peanut-free! Also free from all nuts except hazelnut! They will clean the heated surface that they make the crepe on for you if you ask as well!”

@apalin, who manages peanut and soy allergies


Rose + Crown Pub

“This is one of my favorite restaurants. When I went to Disney World a few years ago my family and I went to Rose and Crown. We let the waitress know about my allergies and she had the chef come out and talk to me. He cooked me a steak, crisps, and asparagus. It was delicious! They were super cautious and did their best to keep me safe!”

@mria100, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, shellfish, wheat, celiac-gluten, seed, and grain allergies


Akershus Royal Banquet Hall

“This is in Epcot. We went here for breakfast. There are no peanuts or tree nuts on site but they warned us the baked goods were a cross contamination risk, as was the granola. We got waffles off the buffet and they brought us a hot plate of eggs, potatoes, sausage and bacon with an allergy pick in it from the back. The food was decent but typical Disney breakfast fare. My girls LOVED all the princess interaction and the princess procession they joined walking through the restaurant. It was pricey but the waitress was very knowledgeable and kind and we felt safe. It was a solid character meal with our allergies.”

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Fife and Drum Tavern

“This is a kiosk in the America section of Epcot. They have a red, white and blue dessert that’s slurpee and vanilla soft serve that was safe for nut allergies. My daughter thought it was a little too sour but it was fun to try.”

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Tokyo Dining

“Located in Epcot (Japan). Amazing gluten free sushi. The manager personally came out to speak with me about all of the celiac safe options. Many great options and gluten free soy sauce available, too!”

@gflongisland, who manages a celiac-gluten allergy


Biergarten Restaurant

“No one caters to food allergies like Disney. My wife is gluten intolerant and I am allergic to peanuts and soy. We had lunch at the Biergarten in Epcot and upon telling the waitstaff of our allergies, the head chef personally came out and showed us which foods in the buffet were safe for us to eat.”

@dcbates85, who manages peanut, soy, and legume allergies


HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS


Disney’s Hollywood Studios

“Super clean and lots of food to eat. Allergy portions to all menus.”

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


50’s Prime Time Cafe

“We ate here with severe peanut and tree nut allergies. The chef came out and recommended the meals my kids could eat. It was my kids’ birthday celebration so they brought them out a specially made cupcake guaranteed to be safe. My kids were so happy! Their food was flagged with allergen flags and brought out personally by the chef, as always. Well done, Disney!”

@greenhouse33, who manages peanut, tree nut, and legume allergies


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Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

“AMAZING! I do not even have words! If you are going to Disney, you must go here! It is located a inside Hollywood Studios! I had a shake for the first time in my life and not just any shake, but a cookie shake made with Tofutti ice cream, Enjoy Life cookies, rice milk, coconut whipped cream, and house made chocolate sauce! Chef Daniel makes everything in his own station, so no need to worry about cross-contact! In addition to the shake, I had an outstanding burger and fries! Definitely one of the best meals of my life, and chef could not have been any kinder!”

@missmeliss1895, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, shellfish, and celiac-gluten allergies


The Hollywood Brown Derby

“This restaurant is expensive and nice. And it’s COLD inside which was amazing in the heat. They have a nice clear allergy menu and the waiter was very helpful. Even the bread rolls and butter were nut free. My daughter had grilled cheese that looked delicious and they had a safe ice cream sundae with gummy worms in it and they replaced the cookie with Enjoy Life cookies for her. She was in heaven. We were completely comfortable eating here.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

“I just had lunch at docking bay 7. I order the Endorian tip-yap as is. It’s always a treat to be able to eat fried chicken and mashed potatoes. The dish had a little bit of a kick to it. When I arrived to the restaurant, the chef came out, showed me the iPad with the ingredients for my meal, took me inside to order, and then also brought out my food. Highly recommend for any Star Wars fans!“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


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Backlot Express

“We got the gluten and dairy-free chicken tenders and French fries. Disney is always very cautious and takes food allergies very seriously. The food was delish!“

@elledairyfree, who manages a milk allergy


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Epic Eats

“This is located in Hollywood Studios next to Indiana Jones. They sell funnel cakes and soft serve ice cream. My daughter safely got the cutest dessert: it was a funnel cake topped with soft serve ice cream, an Oreo topping and two Oreos to make it look like Mickey ears. The staff showed my husband the allergy binder and there were no nuts in anything at the stand. It was absolutely delicious and my daughter couldn’t believe such an over-the-top dessert was safe for her—she kept asking me if I was SURE it was safe. This was such a moment of Disney magic for my daughter!“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Peevy’s Polar Pipeline

“This stand carries Fanta Slurpees. There’s also no food served at this stand so it’s nice safe option for those with multiple food allergies.“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


ANIMAL KINGDOM


Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park

“We’ve found many safe snacks here. And it has Rainforest Cafe and Satuli Cafe, both of which handle allergies very well. Love Disney and Animal Kingdom is a blast. Some carts do have tree nuts so we are extra careful with hand wiping but it’s never been an issue.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Tamu Tamu Refreshments

“At Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Dole Whip! Allergy binder available. Pro tip: they also have a Dole Whip with dark rum for tired/cranky grown ups.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Tusker House Restaurant

“Majority of the things on the buffet were safe for me, but I had to have a chef separately prepare my food due to cross contamination. This was the first time I got to have a variety of safe options.“

@britneyb, who manages peanut, milk, egg, fish, shellfish, wheat, and celiac-gluten allergies


Satu’li Canteen

“This is one of my most favorite places in Disney World. It’s like Chipotle, but better. My go to order is chicken bowl with red and sweet potato hash with charred onion sauce, no slaw or boba. If you have multiple allergies, make sure to ask for an allergy coordinator/manager and they’ll bring out an iPad so you can review ingredients.“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


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Yak + Yeti Restaurant

“This restaurant is entirely tree nut-free and also great with other food allergies (my brother is allergic to chicken and turkey). My family was initially hesitant to eat there because of our wariness around cross-contamination risk at Asian and Indian restaurants (though I personally love Asian cuisine when I can have it), so it’s so nice to find a place where I can enjoy some of my favorite foods restaurant-style. This has since become one of our favorite restaurants in the parks! The vegetarian stir-fry is delicious.“

@samisophia13, who manages tree nut allergies


Pizzafari

“Safe for top 8 except milk and dairy. They do have Uncrustables (not safe for peanut allergies) but they are sealed and come from factory. I recommend taking a Clorox wipe to the table and wipe it down before you eat.“

@apalin, who manages peanut and soy allergies


MAGIC KINGDOM


Disney’s Magic Kingdom

“Disney World is truly the best for food allergies. We had a wonderful experience—allergy menus everywhere, helpful staff, cross-contamination avoidance procedures in place, etc.“

@katiemaffei, who manages peanut, tree nut, and shellfish allergies


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Trail’s End Restaurant

“This is one of my favorite restaurants on Disney’s property. Always ask to speak to a chef! I always like to ask for an allergy menu so I can see what the options are so I know what questions to ask the chef and what to order fresh from the back so there is no cross contamination.“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


Chef Mickey’s

“This is my go-to brunch character dining in Disney World on Magic Kingdom or Epcot days! Make sure you request to speak to a chef if you have multiple food allergies. They do use Bob’s Red Mill products for their allergy waffles, but if requested will use Namaste. Their focaccia bread is also dairy free and nut free and is out of this world! The best part though is the allergy friendly cupcake (top 8 free) they offer. You have to requested them but they come complete with Enjoy Life chocolate brownie cookie “ears”, Mickey sprinkles, and pixie dust.“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

“Loved my meal at Tony’s! I ordered off the allergy menu with a few tweaks (I didn’t have the sauce on the steak). I had the steak with roasted potatoes (only salt and pepper) and broccoli. I even had a special bread! Very delicious and helpful staff.“

@mnmeditations, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, wheat, and celiac-gluten allergies


The Plaza Restaurant

“Chef Ken, whose been with Disney for 43 years is the sweetest man you’ll ever meet. He takes time to get to know allergy families and tell you all about his Disney journey. Last night I had a fried chicken sandwich with spicy mayo, pickled onion and slaw on a focaccia roll. It was hands down one of the best meal I’ve ever had on property! Highly recommend if you’re looking for a safe and delicious place to eat in Magic Kingdom!“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


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Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

“This was honestly the most magical experience for our dining. The chef came out and spent so much time reviewing stuff and our allergens. Figured out what our picky food-allergic toddler liked to eat and created something off menu for her. Chef Ken then made a safe milkshake which was amazing. 10/10 would go back.“

@vkotz, who manages peanut, tree nut, and wheat allergies


The Crystal Palace

“We did the character breakfast here and it was awesome. The chef came out and asked about our allergies and made a safe Mickey waffle, fruit, brought out safe butter and syrup bacon. Super impressed.“

@vkotz, who manages peanut, tree nut, and wheat allergies


Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen

“Located in the Magic Kingdom. Many delicious gluten free/celiac safe options! Highly recommend the falafel as an appetizer and ‘tastes like chicken because it is!’ as your entree! (Fried chicken with a chili glaze and basmati rice)”

@gflongisland, who manages a celiac-gluten allergy


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Liberty Tree Tavern

“The staff was excellent! They had an extensive menu for the top 8 allergies with so many options to choose from. When ordering, they want to be very careful and correct with your allergies so they use a pink slip stamped allergies. If you have 2 or more allergies, the chef visits the table. All they want is you to be happy and enjoy your food. The chef went out of her way to make mashed potatoes with olive oil for me because she typically uses Earth Balance (which has pea protein in it). The plate comes to the table with an allergy stick in it. I felt so safe, I would absolutely go back.“

@elizabeth0234, who manages peanut, tree nut, wheat, and celiac-gluten allergies


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Liberty Square Market

“This is one of the few locations that has pretzels and doesn’t serve popcorn. Since I have a severe coconut allergy, I stay away from all locations with popcorn due to the high risk of cross contamination. The pretzels are safe as long as you order without cheese sauce. They also sell fruit, turkey legs, and pickles at this location that are awesome snacks!“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


Sleepy Hollow

“Completely peanut-free. Only tree nut is hazelnut. Great fast place to grab your waffle or funnel cake of choice.“

@apalin, who manages peanut and soy allergies


Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies

“The soft serve here is nut-free and there aren’t any scary nut toppings for risk of cross contamination. They even have special seasonal flavors—the candy corn one around Halloween is my daughter’s favorite. They have an allergy binder, which we check every time of course. This place always makes a trip to the Magic Kingdom even more special.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Cinderella’s Royal Table

“Isla had egg-free waffles, sausage and fruit—yum!“

@arianne08, who manages peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies


Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café

“They are amazing with food allergies. Great options, I got the fried chicken tenders with fries and Enjoy Life cookies. Yum!”

@elledairyfree, who manages a milk allergy


The Friar’s Nook

“Friar’s Nook has been a safe options for years! They have detailed allergen menus, substitutions, and dedicated preparation stations for allergies. Additionally, the chef came out to discuss safe options with me!“

@katieparkins, who manages tree nut, fish, shellfish, and legume allergies


Pinocchio Village Haus

“We were able to get our daughter a dairy-free pizza!“

@suzieq, who manages milk and egg allergies


Be Our Guest Restaurant

“This place is worth the work of getting a reservation! Download the Disney app and keep trying randomly and they pop up, especially 24-48 hours before the date. You can preorder food online before your trip, and the online menu allows you to filter by allergens. Preorder! It saves you lots of time in line to use the ordering screens. The thing that makes this place worth every penny is at lunch: the CUPCAKES. They’re nut-free (they just leave off the toppings) and they’re seriously the best cupcakes I’ve ever had, nut free or otherwise. Allergy food comes out separately and with little allergy flags. They check your allergens at check in and again when you receive food. I always feel comfortable here and again try the grey stuff—it really is delicious!“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Aloha Isle

“The famed Dole Whip did not let us down. Despite crazy lines they changed their gloves with no qualms. Great treat after walking around the hot park. We went to this one specially because they have the allergy binder and it was bigger than the other little stands in the park so we could get a better idea on safety. No issues dairy cross contamination-wise for us.“

@vkotz, who manages peanut, tree nut, and wheat allergies


OTHER RESTAURANTS

(In Hotels + Resorts Area)


Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory

“Gluten free/allergy free beignets are amazing. You inform the cast member at the counter that you want to order an allergy free item. A chef then comes over to take your order, notes all your allergies, and then hand-delivers the beignets from a separate prep area and fryer in the back.“

@imbanananas, who manages tree nut, milk, egg, shellfish, seed, vegetable, and fruit allergies


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Cape May Cafe

“I went for breakfast this morning and the chef that helped me out was Chef Matthew. I ate allergy-friendly Mickey waffles, safe fruit and bacon, and also some sausage, potatoes, and tater tots, which I normally don’t eat. Matthew was great and showed us the ingredients for the waffles (It was Bloomfield Farms and was top 8 free). My mother with a gluten intolerance and brother with peanut and sesame allergies both enjoyed it as well. My family and I will definitely go back soon!“

@ramseymakan, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, seed, and legume allergies


‘Ohana

“Character Breakfast that has lots of allergy friendly options comparable to what they serve those without dietary needs. They have waffles to accommodate top 9 allergens!“

@seelyhaislip, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, wheat, celiac-gluten, grain, and legume allergies


Capt. Cook’s

“I let them know I have a dairy allergy, they gave me an allergen menu, and I was able to safely order off of it. For a lunch I had a Pan Asian Noodle bowl, and for breakfast they can make allergy-friendly Mickey Mouse Waffles! The food is delicious!“

@lanielou18, who manages a milk allergy


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Citricos

“We got reservations at this restaurant mainly to get into the Grand Floridian to see their holiday gingerbread house and tree. The restaurant was pricey and on the fancy side. Like many Disney restaurants, they had a dedicated allergy menu. My daughter was able to choose from a few items and they didn’t bat an eyelash at her request to have the cheese and ham sandwich without ham. The waiter was knowledgeable and we felt very comfortable eating there. The food was definitely pricey but was very very good for a hotel and it was a special experience.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


1900 Park Fare

“Chef Julie took care of making a delicious and safe meal for my daughter.“

@amylomc, who manages peanut, egg, fish, and seed allergies


Gasparilla Island Grill

“They have an allergen menu. They have gluten free bread for the many sandwiches they are famous for, allergy friendly mac and cheese (two different types) and a plant based ready-to-eat dessert. Lots of prepackaged food options. This is a nice option to grab the monorail from Magic Kingdom and come here for some safe food without the long lines!“

@seelyhaislip, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, wheat, celiac-gluten, grain, and legume allergies


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Whispering Canyon Cafe

“This restaurant is at Wilderness Lodge Resort at Disney World. Allergy menu available and good options. Fun restaurant and good food.“

@peacock2010, who manages tree nut allergies


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Il Mulino New York Trattoria

“I had the BEST experience here! I told them about my tree nut allergy and they directed me to what was safe. They said the only things they don’t make here is the pesto (which has nuts) and the bread. They assured me the chef would make it in a separate pan and there would be no cross contamination. They even said not to get anything with parmesan cheese because it sits next to the bread that might be cross contaminated. Fabulous with allergies! I felt pretty confident eating here.“

@mimihymel02, who manages tree nut allergies


Big River Grille and Brewing Works

“When we informed the waitstaff of the allergy, they immediately sent the manager to our table to discuss options. This restaurant doesn’t have any peanuts or tree nuts in the restaurant. Their buns are made in a shared facility, but not on shared equipment. Very knowledgeable!“

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Trattoria al Forno

“Great with allergies! Able to identify on reservation and they create separate allergy tickets for kitchen to make everyone aware!“

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Three Bridges Bar + Grill

“They do not have an allergen menu (and options are limited!) here, but this is one of only two places at Disney World that has gluten free churros!“

@seelyhaislip, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, wheat, celiac-gluten, grain, and legume allergies


Olivia’s Cafe

“I had dinner here for the first time since I was little. I ordered the prime rib. The potatoes that it was served with were not safe so the chef made me some roasted potatoes instead. The rolls that they serve are Bloomfield’s and are top 8 free. I really enjoyed my meal and would definitely go back!“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


Boatwright’s Dining Hall

“This restaurant was in our hotel (Port Orleans Riverside) and had a super helpful dedicated allergy menu. My daughter had many options and chose a burger with broccoli. She had TWO options of dessert which was awesome. Her sundae had her grinning ear to ear and they subbed safe sprinkles for unsafe mini M&M’s without asking. (They use allergy food picks and my non-FA kid got the correct sundae with M&M’s—they were very careful with that!) Very nice restaurant and the food was great. Also just a nice location in the hotel. The staff was super proactive and aware of allergies.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


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Hoop-De-Doo Musical Revue

“Disney in general does a great job accommodating my children’s food allergies, but this restaurant went above and beyond. My dairy and egg allergic kids ate almost the same main dinner as the adults. Then for dessert, they were brought an amazing 2 foot skewer of treats including cookies, fruit, safe ice cream, cotton candy, etc. Other guests were jealous and asked how they could get the same dessert!“

@glopm, who manages milk and egg allergies


Ale + Compass Restaurant

“This was the first time I’ve ate at a Disney resort and it was such a magical experience! I met up with another Spokin ambassador (allergic to peanuts, tree nuts and dairy) and we both were able to have a safe and delicious meal. As soon as we sat down, our server asked if we had any allergies and wrote them down while bringing out the chef to speak to us about our meals. The chef (I believe his name was Chef John) was absolutely amazing! He was able to accommodate us with no problem at all. I had the French Dip Flatbread and it was absolutely delicious! I highly recommend Ale and Compass!“

@amandapayo1219, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


HOTELS + RESORTS


Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

“Great quick service with a knowledgeable manager and chef! Plus, they stock BOXES of Enjoy Life!“

@milkallergymom, who manages tree nut and milk allergies


Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort + Spa

“This hotel is exactly what I picture when I think of a Walt Disney Resort! It’s very picturesque. Some of the villas have kitchens, but you truly do not need it with all the delicious food options. Room service is also able to handle food allergies. My personal favorite restaurant here is the Grand Floridian Cafe. The chefs here are very accommodating and have always gone above and beyond to create a safe and delicious meal. The other food outlets are just as good with handling food allergies. Highly recommend!“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


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Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park

“Lottawatta Lodge—specifically identified on the map as “allergy friendly” place to eat. The server was so attentive and eager to help—provided a menu broken down by allergy to order from. Despite having no peanuts, tree nuts, or shellfish in the facility at all, the server alerted the chef and food came out promptly with the allergen stick. Very positive and comforting experience!“

@lizziepic, who manages peanut, tree nut, and shellfish allergies


Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

“The chef here was amazing! He personally made special safe food for my daughter. Three meals made with no issues…and my daughter’s favorite part? The chef asking her what she was in the mood to eat. He would have made anything!”

@mamepada, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, and shellfish allergies


Disney’s Beach Club Villas

“Big, full-size kitchens and in-unit laundry! The on-site cafe/market carries plenty of allergy-safe options, including Enjoy Life Foods!”

@alyssabauder, who manages a peanut allergy


Disney’s Pop Century Resort

“This is my favorite Disney value resort on property! Not only is the theming awesome, but the food is also very good. The chefs have always made me a safe and delicious meal, even if it’s not on the normal menu. The waffles fries are some of my favorite on property! I also love ordering the bounty platter for breakfast prior to heading to the parks.“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

“AOA is a great value resort on WDW property! Not only are the themed suites super adorable, but the chefs are always so wonderful. Despite only having a food court, which is usually a nightmare with food allergies, the chefs will prepare you whatever you want in the back! Highly recommend if you have littles one who are a fan of the Little Mermaid, Cars, or The Lion King!“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


Marriott’s Grande Vista

“Very close to Disney World, Universal, and Sea World, but gives you the added bonus of having a safe and clean kitchen. Beautiful property to walk around too!“

@girlbehindhive, who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, shellfish, Celiac-gluten, seed, and legume allergies


Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village

“It was so nice having a full kitchen in our room. This suite was very comfortable and watching the animals off our balcony at sunset and dusk was one of the highlights of our trip. The room was very clean and having a fridge and microwave made feeding the kids a meal quick and easy.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Disney’s Contemporary Resort

“Disney is the best with allergies.“

@slasky, who manages tree nut, lentil, and fruit allergies


Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

“We have stayed here many times and they are REALLY GOOD about allergies! Disney has allergy menus at all of their restaurants. Last time we were at the WL, every morning when we arrived in the cafe for breakfast a woman met my daughter with a huge smile and a “good morning, what would you like for breakfast today?” And they would make her whatever she wanted in a special allergy kitchen! It would come up packaged and labeled and freshly made just for her!“

@slasky, who manages tree nut, lentil, and fruit allergies


Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

“We visited Disney World in January 2018, staying at the Polynesian. Wherever we are on resort or in the parks (Disney World and Epcot) the staff was well informed, attentive, and helpful. No issues and a great vacation!“

@arianne08, who manages peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies


TownePlace Suites by Marriott Orlando

“Great hotel for visiting Disney! Kitchen has 2 stovetop burners, a microwave and a full fridge and freezer. Very clean, new hotel and less than 15 minutes from Disney and International Drive. Highly recommend this hotel.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


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Four Seasons Resort Orlando

“Loved my vacation to Disney! While the rides were fun my favorite part was the food. The chef was extremely educated and talented and would make me special egg and dairy free meals. I even had my first waffle there!“

@delaneybrody, who manages peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies


Disney’s Boardwalk Resort

“Disney properties are notorious for being great with allergies and this was no exception. The room had a microwave, a small refrigerator and was within walking distance to a general store and a convenience store. Easy!“

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

“This is one of my favorite hotels on Disney property. It is connected to the Contemporary which offers monorail service to Magic Kingdom as well as a walking path. I love that there are kitchen in the room to prepare breakfasts etc. There are several dining options to pick from at the Contemporary including Chef Mickey, Contempo Cafe, the Wave, and Cali Grill. All the chefs at these restaurants will go above and beyond to prepare safe meals. They even offer top 8 allergy friendly cupcakes at the Contempo Cafe, but they’re not always available! Highly recommend!“

@tpgordon, who manages peanut, tree nut, and milk allergies


Disney’s Port Orleans Resort

“We’ve stayed here a few times and this time the mini fridge wasn’t working well. We called down and they had a brand new one delivered in about 15 minutes! Really nice when you rely on these to keep your safe foods cool! Pro tip: if your kids are into princesses, the Royal Guest rooms aren’t that much more expensive but they’re super themed, including fiber optic fireworks headboards that my kids are obsessed with. In-room mini fridge and they will clean your room extra well if you request it due to food allergies.“

@lattelauren, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

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