My son is treenut allergic (we actually found this out the first night of our Disney trip in August). The rest of the trip the restaurants did a great job of informing us of what foods were/werent safe for him. But I didnt have too much of a chance beforehand to research what restaurants had lots of nut-infested items on their menus since we didnt have any idea. So since then Ive been looking in preparation for this end of summer trip, as it will soon be time to make ADRs. So I thought Id make a list of restaurants we ate at, where most of the food items were safe as well as the restarants Im finding have many nut & peanut items on menu (which we will avoid if there is a lot of menu items). Ohana - other than the peanut sauce & coconut welcome bread (which you can ask them not to bring) everything else was safe. Rainforest - ended up eating here twice, all items on kids menu were safe, and there was only 2 dishes served that included nuts, that we were told are prepared by one person in a completely separate area. Mickeys Backyard BBQ - we were told every item was safe, including the bread. My son ate everything here. Mickey ice cream bars are not safe though, but he was able to get a popcicle for dessert. But all the food on the buffet was safe. Garden Grill - only item on menu with "may contain" warning was the bread, which we just didnt take. Tonys Town Square - I believe the only unsafe items were a few of the dessert items (the cheesecake has an almond crust and the pistachio creme brulee). CRT Breakfast - only unsafe item was a walnut bread on the pastry plate, and the other pastries have a may contain warning. We chose to not have the pastry brought to our table, we had plenty of other food. Crystal Palace, Chef Mickeys, Cape May, Hollywood & Vine - all the buffets we did fine at, there were a few salads we were told had walnuts on them, possibly a pasta dish prepared in peanut oil, some of the dessert items having warnings, but we always found plenty to eat. Nine Dragons - havent eaten here, but in researching the menus, they have many items containing walnuts, cashews, and peanuts/peanut sauces on their menu. We will avoid this restaurant. If anyone else has had good/bad experiences at any of the restaurants regarding allergies, please share! This is valuable advice for moms like me who have a severly nut-allergic child.