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Old 05-13-2013, 12:58 PM   #31
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This is very helpful, as I'm the trip planner and DS fiancee is GF and going for her first trip!I am wondering if there are any GF on the menu at: Be Our Guest counter service, FlameTree BBQ, Yak and Yeti, and Columbia Harbour House? all our other meals will be at TS and I know they can accomodate. Looking forward to your helpI want to make sure she can eat well with the rest of us
I had GF lunch at Be Our Guest last week. The cashier read the numerous available options and I chose the turkey sandwich on "millet bread". It was served on 2 hot dog buns which simulated baguettes Also had the GF cream puff dessert. Both were very tasty and I'd order them again. I loved that my food was hand delivered by a manager walking next to the food cart carrying the order of my gluten eating companion. So I enjoyed the cute service without the cross contamination concern.

It had been several years since my last WDW trip and, in my experience, the excellent availability of GF food has only improved. All managers were knowledgeable and my food was prepared quickly and served separately.
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Old 05-13-2013, 01:18 PM   #32
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I am happy to hear about the positive BOG review. We have dinner booked for our fall trip and this one is a wild card for us.

I try to do s lot of planning before we travel gluten free but with BOG being do new there are not too many reviews out there.
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Old 05-17-2013, 08:46 AM   #33
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wow....I've been taking my ds to WDW for 20 years,b/c it's the BEST place to go when you're worried about food allergies,they are GREAT! and yet I'm learning about some foods here that I didn't know were available....I can't believe it! New things to try for next trip....I want to try Raglan Road now!
BTW,I may have a different viewpoint from others here, but I have never considered my ds's food allergies a 'disability'...and I always taught him growing up that he wasn't necessarily 'missing out' on some foods, he was 'choosing carefully' for his own health. I didn't want to raise him with a 'poor old me' attitude b/c he couldn't eat certain foods.....I tried to develop in him a positive attitude toward taking charge of his own good health....
(not saying that anyone here does that, I was just sharing my own thoughts on this)
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Old 05-17-2013, 08:47 AM   #34
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wait wait wait...

FRIED CHICKEN AT PRIME TIME??

GLUTEN FREE??

Ok I'm going back sooner then I thought.
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Old 05-17-2013, 08:51 AM   #35
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This is very helpful, as I'm the trip planner and DS fiancee is GF and going for her first trip!I am wondering if there are any GF on the menu at: Be Our Guest counter service,
We went to BOG in December and DS got a lovely GF cupcake at lunch...mmmm Likewise got a nice cupcake at Starring Rolls in DHS.....GF mmm! it goes without saying that Babycakes NYC at DTD has all kinds of yummy treats that are GF
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Old 05-17-2013, 09:27 AM   #36
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We went to BOG in December and DS got a lovely GF cupcake at lunch...mmmm Likewise got a nice cupcake at Starring Rolls in DHS.....GF mmm! it goes without saying that Babycakes NYC at DTD has all kinds of yummy treats that are GF
Things must have changed since your visit. I was at BOG 2 weeks ago and there were no cupcakes, but the GF cream puff with lemon custard was tasty. Spoke with a manager and there were no GF baked goods at Starring Rolls.
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Old 05-21-2013, 10:25 PM   #37
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We've eaten wonderful GF meals at Garden Grill, Crystal Palace(breakfast and lunch) and Le Cellier. Second Ragland Road. We really do not have a problem finding really good GF options, except dessert. Packaged cookies or brownies are bleck!
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Old 05-24-2013, 03:49 PM   #38
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I'd love to hear about your favorite GF Disney foods. I have had a lot of good GF meals in Disney and I'm looking forward to more. I have to admit that my favorite was fried chicken at 50s Prime Time. I almost never eat any fast food, but I had to try the chicken as I haven't had fried chicken in over 5 years. It was really good.

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Old 05-28-2013, 04:29 AM   #39
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I don't think most people with food allergies sees having these allergies as a disability. Special diets questions are just listed here on the disABILITIES forum because it's the most fitting place. IMO, that is

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BTW,I may have a different viewpoint from others here, but I have never considered my ds's food allergies a 'disability'...and I always taught him growing up that he wasn't necessarily 'missing out' on some foods, he was 'choosing carefully' for his own health. I didn't want to raise him with a 'poor old me' attitude b/c he couldn't eat certain foods.....I tried to develop in him a positive attitude toward taking charge of his own good health....
(not saying that anyone here does that, I was just sharing my own thoughts on this)
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Old 05-28-2013, 10:30 PM   #40
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I don't think most people with food allergies sees having these allergies as a disability. Special diets questions are just listed here on the disABILITIES forum because it's the most fitting place. IMO, that is
Exactly. I don't consider my asthma or my gastroenteritis to be a disability either. But all 3 require special planning and need to be taken into considerations usually on a daily basis. So it's not a disability to be...it's just somethign that requires special attentino or consideration.
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Old 05-29-2013, 08:33 PM   #41
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I have to second the GF fried fish and onion rings at Raglan Road. They are SO good, and it was wonderful to sit with a glass of Magner's cider (loved it when I lived in FL, not available here ) and enjoy my meal. It's also unusual to find GF onion rings; I think this is the only place I've ever seen them on the menu. Does anyone know if Cooke's does the GF fish, too?

The roast chicken at Cosmic Ray's is naturally GF and I was surprised how good it was. I really liked the seasoning they use and considering you get a ton of chicken, it was reasonably priced.
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Old 05-30-2013, 09:11 AM   #42
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I had the fish and onion rings at Cooke's of Dublin in February. SOOOOOOO good.
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I had the fish and onion rings at Cooke's of Dublin in February. SOOOOOOO good.
YES! DH would rather have dental work done than pay for TS meals at Disney. Can't wait until my next trip.
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If you're interested, here's my Cooke's of Dublin review including pictures of the fish and onion rings. http://disboards.com/showpost.php?p=...49&postcount=2
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