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Old 12-03-2012, 12:54 PM   #1
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Allergy question

My daughter has a dairy/casein allergy. I booked our ADR's online and a friend told me there was a box to check on the page for allergies. I guess I didn't see it. Can I call and get her allergy info added on to our reservations? I plan on purchasing the DP in a few days and also would like to know if I should mention it then. Thanks.
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Old 12-03-2012, 01:00 PM   #2
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It would be best to have the allergy note attached to eat ADR. That being said, even if it's not, the chefs will take good care of you anyway. Just make sure that when you're checking in for each ADR that the note is in fact attached to the ADR and have them add it at that time if it's not already there (do this whether you call ahead of time or not).
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It would be best to have the allergy note attached to eat ADR. That being said, even if it's not, the chefs will take good care of you anyway. Just make sure that when you're checking in for each ADR that the note is in fact attached to the ADR and have them add it at that time if it's not already there (do this whether you call ahead of time or not).
I find that the chefs are really great about this kind of thing. We have a few allergies and food requests and I always attacht the to the ADR. THen, when we get seated I mention it again to our server. One time we had a situation where the food we ordered for my youngest son, CHristian, turned out to be something he could not eat due to his sensory issues. Our server notified the chef, who found us some mashed potates and applesauce at another restaurant and cooked that up with a minced up hot dog. Voila! Dinner is serv-ed...
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We found out our 4 y.o son has a severe allergy to several tree nuts, the very first night of our Disney trip this year, when he ate a brownie containing pecans and we had to go to the ER. He has never had any allergic problems before that, and the doctor in the ER at Disney when sending us back to the hotel, with benadryl, oral steroids, and epipens, told us to avoid all nuts until we were home and went through the allergy testing. So none of our ADRs had an allergy note attached, we simply told the hostess when we checked in at each restaurant and they took great care of us. The chefs are extremely knowledgable and helpful at every restaurant. We were able to keep all of our ADRs and had a great time.
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