DD (12) is incredibly picky. Doesn't like most meats but also has not adopted a true vegetarian menu (mostly because she is too picky to try new things). She also doesn't like much in the way of sauce/seasonings. We've learned to live with it because her doctor isn't concerned and it's not worth fighting with her over food. Most of her meals are a variety of cereal, plain pasta, white rice, bagels, eggs, peanut butter, yogurt, fresh fruit & veggies. DH & I love Ohana. Would really like to eat there on our upcoming trip but what do we do about dd? There is nothing on the menu that she would eat, not even the noodles or veggies (looks like there is some kind of sauce or flavorings on these?). I know sometimes the restaurant is able to put something together, such as pizza or chicken nuggets, but would they really charge us the $33 for that since she is 12? Would it be unheard of to feed her at counter-service ahead of time and have her just sit there with us not eating (and not getting charged)? She would play a game on her ipod or something while dh & I eat? Some of you might be aghast at that thought, but believe me.....it wouldn't be the first time it's happened with us. If dh & I like a place well enough, we just feed her first and she brings something to entertain herself while we eat. I wouldn't even care if they charged us a small "no eating" fee. But it certainly wouldn't be worth a full $33 fee. Any thoughts? I hate to miss Ohana, but I'm at a loss for ideas on dd Thanks! eta: she will eat grilled chicken, as long as there is no sauce/seasonings. We have to cut off the out layer (even if it's not skin....the outer layer of meat that was exposed to heat has a different texture). I would be ok with paying the full adult price if they would be able to grill up some chicken special without seasonings. Is that unheard of there?