Character dining is complicated for us. Here is why: My DD is 3 and allergic to milk which makes breakfast really hard. She can't have pancakes or waffles or a lot of the pastries. At home she does dry cereal and possibly toast. She does love fruit and would eat almost any bread I would think. She likes Ham and bacon. She also can't have things like pizza or mac n cheese and won't touch a hamburger or pasta sauce My DSD is 14 and now considered an adult but her tastes are so NOT adult and not fancy. She does chicken, hamburgers, cheese pizza, pasta and tacos. Doesn't really do steak, hates ham. Might do prime rib or something not sure. So a lot of the things with sauces, etc she wouldn't be interested in. Doesn't really do fish unless it is fried (same with shrimp) I don't want to pay an arm and a leg. My thought was maybe a dinner and a breakfast. Would like lunch but there didn't seem to many options for that. So my questions: What do you suggest for us? My DSD LOVES little einsteins but I hear there food isn't so good and would the breakfast be an option for her? Are there any resorts that do lunch? I thought of doing a lunch our last day since we aren't going to a park, but I couldn't really find anything. Might have to settle for breakfast What characters are the best for a 3 year old - and who has the best interaction and who just really isn't good. I was thinking of chef mickey for dinner (i think it was tues/sat that was appealing to me) and the beach something or other for breakfast. It really seemed to have the most options for DD for breakfast But then I thought those are very similar characters. Maybe I should do crystal palace for lunch or dinner. I would love to take her to princess or something but the 2 that were offered - PAlace is too expensive (castle) and the other one the food didn't interest me. Is there some great food I am just overlooking? What cold cereals or served for breakfast? Any other feedback????