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How to Eat At Walt Disney World If You Have Dietary Restrictions

Ale and Compass

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1. Know in advance  - While still in my planning phase for any vacation, Disney or otherwise, I always do my research well in advance before deciding on any place I choose to dine at.  
 
2. Make requests known beforehand - This is a very important point I cannot stress enough. Even if you’ve read the menu and decided that a place works for you, always make your requests known beforehand.  
 
3. Speak with the chef directly - After you’ve made dining reservations, noting that you have a food allergy or intolerance, there should be a ticket on your table upon arrival marked with the words “Allergy” in red.  
 
4. Safe snacking - As I mentioned before, when deciding on where to dine for meals I always make advance reservations.
  
5. Mobile App ordering privileges - A more recent addition to convenience in Disney dining is the online mobile ordering option via the MyDisneyExperience App.  
 
6. Get your own groceries - Another suggestion that may benefit you depending on your individual needs is the act of simply purchasing groceries.
  
7. Helpful tips to remember - In my personal experiences I have made note of a few more helpful tips to remember.




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