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kimkarli 02-19-2013 11:38 AM

Be Our Guest
 
We are super excited about eating lunch at Be Our Guest in MK. I have a question that I have not seen addressed. My 13 year old is very picky. Since she is 13, she will have to order from the regular menu. Can you order the sandwiches plain? Is there a way to customize this when ordering?


THANK YOU!!

* Also do they sell can special light up glasses or anything exclusive to BOG?

TIA!!:cool1:

TDC Nala 02-19-2013 11:53 AM

I have ordered the turkey sandwich without the mayonnaise, no problem.

But others have posted that they were not allowed to make any alterations.

Sorry that it can't be a clear yes or no answer.

The restaurant sells light-up goblets but only at dinner. If you're going to lunch, you can buy one in the gift shop next to Gaston's Tavern.

kimkarli 02-19-2013 12:03 PM

THANKS!!!:thumbsup2

tinkerhon 02-19-2013 12:55 PM

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Originally Posted by kimkarli (Post 47555710)
We are super excited about eating lunch at Be Our Guest in MK. I have a question that I have not seen addressed. My 13 year old is very picky. Since she is 13, she will have to order from the regular menu. Can you order the sandwiches plain? Is there a way to customize this when ordering?


THANK YOU!!

* Also do they sell can special light up glasses or anything exclusive to BOG?

TIA!!:cool1:

We have eaten at "BoG" (all for dinner) 5X, and NEVER had a problem customizing any of our food--- they even let us combine (2) dishes (they didnt charge us any extra) for our 6-yr old--

The light up goblet is VERY cool !!! They sell it at the restaurant, and at the store near "Gaston's" , as the other poster noted-

kimkarli 02-19-2013 01:23 PM

Awesome, thanks!!! Dies anyone have a pic of the light up glass, or remember the cost?

Thanks again!!:cool1:

tinkerhon 02-19-2013 04:35 PM

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Originally Posted by kimkarli (Post 47557105)
Awesome, thanks!!! Dies anyone have a pic of the light up glass, or remember the cost?

Thanks again!!:cool1:

Its $18.99 w/ the drink, and, I believe $15.00 without

Everyone home should have one !!!

:)

KrazeeK120 02-19-2013 06:27 PM

I'm not sure if you're referring to lunch or dinner, but I assume lunch since you mentioned the sandwich.

I ordered the turkey sandwich via one of the kiosks. There was a button to "customize" the sandwich and I was able to remove the mayonnaise. It was super easy.

jmcghee2024 02-19-2013 06:29 PM

You can customize but your daughter can also order off the kids menu. In fact, anyone can order off the kid's menu.

KrazeeK120 02-19-2013 06:32 PM

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Originally Posted by jmcghee2024 (Post 47560641)
You can customize but your daughter can also order off the kids menu. In fact, anyone can order off the kid's menu.

The OP did not specify, but I believe if you're on the DDP that you must order from your designated menu.

If they're not on the DDP, this might be a good option for them.

kimkarli 02-19-2013 07:04 PM

Good deal! So glad to hear there is a customize button and that we can still order of the kids meal since we are not on DDP.

THANKS!!!!:goodvibes

jwfla422 02-19-2013 10:13 PM

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Originally Posted by kimkarli (Post 47561034)
Good deal! So glad to hear there is a customize button and that we can still order of the kids meal since we are not on DDP.

THANKS!!!!:goodvibes

Oh yes, my dd is 14 and during our last visit ordered mostly kid's items from the kid's menus and not a problem at all (we do pay OOP) so not sure how this goes with the DDP.

She did however choose a regular sandwich at lunch @ BOG (the croque monsieur), she left off the bechamel but didn't realize what kind of bread it was served on, it's a "multi-gran" bread and she didn't like it.:sad2: So make sure to keep that in mind if she orders a sandwich, etc. I know dd would have been happier with the kids meaty mac but she wanted to try something different which I was proud of, LOL...but she ended up eating most of my quiche and that was certainly "different" (and she doesn't like eggs, go figure:confused3).

kimkarli 02-19-2013 10:45 PM

Thanks so much!! I do think DD will be happier ordering off the kids menu! I can hardly wait!!! :cool1:

disnut1149 02-20-2013 11:06 AM

Hi
Since your're ordering OOP, you can order anything. It's only on the DDP that you have to stick to the adult and childs menus. I've even ordered from the childrens menu when paying OOP for myself. Have a great time!!


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