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Old 02-26-2013, 09:21 PM   #1
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BOG-any kid friendly dinner options that are not on the menu?

We have BOG dinner reservations and I am excited but not sure my 5 year old will eat any of the kid choices. Do they offer chicken nuggets, plain pasta or hot dog that is not on the menu?
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Old 02-26-2013, 09:41 PM   #2
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No, they don't. You can get the pasta without the sauce or change sides with any of the entrees, but what you see on the menu is what is available.
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My kids were offered the Mickey Meatloaf when we ate dinner there. I haven't seen it on the dinner menus posted online and maybe it was just an option b/c we were there during the preview...but the kids really enjoyed it. It was also served with a side of the macaroni.
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Sorry, but Be Our Guest doesn't do off-menu. They can alter or change the menu items, but you can't get anything that isn't on the menu.
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:54 PM   #5
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They made my DS7 a grilled chicken breast with fries on the side in lieu of the macaroni w/ marinara sauce and vegetables. end result was very kid friendly
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Just because a particular kid doesn't like them doesn't mean that the current choices are not "kid-friendly." Plenty of kids DO like steak, pasta, fish, and grilled chicken.
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:01 PM   #7
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I have heard you can order the pasta plain. My kids are picky about sauces and prefer pasta with no sauce, they also eat no meat- lol. We have an ADR there in a few weeks I will report back on our experience.
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:43 PM   #8
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They serve a pasta dish, so it's likely you can ask for the pasta plain. However, it's multigrain pasta. I've seen some parents post that their kids won't eat multigrain pasta.
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Just because a particular kid doesn't like them doesn't mean that the current choices are not "kid-friendly." Plenty of kids DO like steak, pasta, fish, and grilled chicken.
I agree it is kid friendly. I don't understand all these neg posts about bog kids menu. What are these peoples kids eating that they would have an issue with the menu? I have 4 and they love the food. They are used to eating nutritious food home made by me
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I ordered my 1-year-old a side of the macaroni and cheese that's on the adult menu. It's a baked macaroni and cheese, though, so it may not do for the exceptionally picky.
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My boys got the pasta last week with a little bit of butter on it instead of the sauce. At home my boys are very picky, but they were not even able to realize the pasta was multigrain. The color looked just like regular pasta, it wasn't brown.
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I have a picky eater. 1 out of 4 so please don't blame my parenting. I wanted to go to BOG. I knew there was nothing my picky DS6 would eat. I fed him a big lunch. He ate fruit and nothing else. I don't want to fight the food battle at Disney. It's my vacation too. I let Guest Relations know that we would like some other options.
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I ordered my 1-year-old a side of the macaroni and cheese that's on the adult menu. It's a baked macaroni and cheese, though, so it may not do for the exceptionally picky.
I made the mistake subbing the mac and cheese for whatever came with the grilled chicken...thinking it had bechemel sauce in it, and DS7 who isn't terribly wouldn't touch it.

Lots of good choices, but you can also eat before/after if there is not something to their liking.
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:11 PM   #14
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Huh, also just rechecked the menu (wdwinfo) and they only listed 2 choices for kids dinner (pasta or steak), and no mac and cheese (updated 2/13). Interesting...
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Old 02-28-2013, 06:23 AM   #15
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The menu is what it is and I think it is a great change from the usual kids menus. In my opinion it is very kid friendly.
If there is nothing your picky one will eat, there are many, many, many restaurants (most) that offer what you are looking for.
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