Nonpark QS or TS paying OOP?

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  1. jlr9882

    jlr9882 Mouseketeer

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    We decided to go down 2 nights early for our July 4th week. We will not have park tickets or the DDP those two nights. What QS or TS are your favorites that aren't in park? I don't really want the most expensive meal, and will have a 6 yr old with over 20 food allergies. He eats mostly seafood, because he can't have most meats. Options don't have to be a seafood place, but need to have some type of seafood on the menu. He was treated like a Prince on the ddp last time. WGP at DTD is popular. Any other suggestions?
     
  2. DEA

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    Pollo Compero at DTD has some wraps on the menu, including tuna. Cooke's of Dublin (QS by Raglan Road) has fish and chips and shrimp and chips on the kids' menu. Wolfgang Puck Express has salmon on the adult "big plate" menu, but no seafood on the kids' menu. And, of course, Earl of Sandwich has tuna salad sandwiches.

    Captain Cook's at the Poly is good, and has a fish of the day on the kids' menu (that may be dinner only, but that sounds like it would work for you). And the Landscape of Flavors food court at the Art of Animation resort gets very good reviews, and has a little bit of everything. They definitely have a fish choice on the kids' menu.

    Good luck!

    Oh! A couple more: Sanaa out at Animal Kingdom Lodge - Kidani Village has a sustainable fish entrée on the kids' menu, and we love the restaurant. Also, if you really want to go all out, Flying Fish on the Boardwalk is fantastic. Pricey, but fantastic. They have baked fish sticks on the kids' menu, and if your DS is used to eating seafood, I imagine that they would pare down one of the adult offerings to kids' size. No promises on that, but they have exceptional service.
     
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    My parents and I had a very nice time at the Grand Floridian Cafe. It is very reasonably priced for a Disney TS, and my mom was very impressed with the level of service - she has a very restricted diet, too. Looks like they have shrimp on the menu, as well as "Today's sustainable catch". My mom was also thrilled to actually be able to eat a dessert, something she can rarely do! She enjoyed the No Sugar Added Berry Pyramid.
     
  4. jlr9882

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    Thanks for the ideas! I forgot to mention we are eating at Boma, Cape May clam bake, 1900 Park Fare dinner, Coral Reef, Crystal Palace dinner, Prime time, and Ohana dinner for our DDP adr's. I really want Mickey waffles so I am planning on doing that OOP one of that 2 days. Does CSR have Mickey waffles and does anyone know how much allergy friendly mickey waffles cost OOP? I know that they can charge you more for special food when not on the ddp. We are also thinking about Trails End for dinner buffet.
     

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