Disneyland!

Posted on: Tue, 11/07/2006 - 6:03am
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My family just got back from Disneyland, and for anyone taking a trip there to find out if anywhere you eat in the park has food that is safe or not - just ask for the Lead (supervisor) at whatever restaurant/stand and they'll be more than happy to go so far as to let you see the ingredients for whatever is on the menu or take special precautions against cross-contamination! Hope this helps out anyone travelling to the happiest place on earth!

~Brad

Posted on: Wed, 11/08/2006 - 4:06am
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Our family took a trip to Disney World last month and they were also very accommodating to my son's peanut allergy. I made reservations for a character breakfast and while making the reservation on the phone I was asked if anyone in my party had food allergies I told them that my son has a peanut allergy. When we got to the resturant the chef was waiting at our table to talk to us. She told us what my son should not eat (it was a buffet breakfast) and made waffles fresh for him just in case the ones on the buffet were cross-contaminated.
Just goes to show that it CAN be done!
Quote:Originally posted by browfurd:
[b]My family just got back from Disneyland, and for anyone taking a trip there to find out if anywhere you eat in the park has food that is safe or not - just ask for the Lead (supervisor) at whatever restaurant/stand and they'll be more than happy to go so far as to let you see the ingredients for whatever is on the menu or take special precautions against cross-contamination! Hope this helps out anyone travelling to the happiest place on earth!
~Brad[/b]
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[This message has been edited by PA mom in AL (edited November 08, 2006).]

Posted on: Wed, 12/19/2012 - 9:55am
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The foods there were safe to eat. There are lots of people to visit Disney and some of them also bring their own food to save. My friend and her family went there for a week and said that they will visit again next year.

Posted on: Wed, 11/08/2006 - 4:06am
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Our family took a trip to Disney World last month and they were also very accommodating to my son's peanut allergy. I made reservations for a character breakfast and while making the reservation on the phone I was asked if anyone in my party had food allergies I told them that my son has a peanut allergy. When we got to the resturant the chef was waiting at our table to talk to us. She told us what my son should not eat (it was a buffet breakfast) and made waffles fresh for him just in case the ones on the buffet were cross-contaminated.
Just goes to show that it CAN be done!
Quote:Originally posted by browfurd:
[b]My family just got back from Disneyland, and for anyone taking a trip there to find out if anywhere you eat in the park has food that is safe or not - just ask for the Lead (supervisor) at whatever restaurant/stand and they'll be more than happy to go so far as to let you see the ingredients for whatever is on the menu or take special precautions against cross-contamination! Hope this helps out anyone travelling to the happiest place on earth!
~Brad[/b]
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P/A Mom
[This message has been edited by PA mom in AL (edited November 08, 2006).]

Posted on: Wed, 12/19/2012 - 9:55am
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Joined: 12/19/2012 - 16:43

The foods there were safe to eat. There are lots of people to visit Disney and some of them also bring their own food to save. My friend and her family went there for a week and said that they will visit again next year.

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