What does your toddler eat at Boma?

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  1. mom2jcc

    mom2jcc Castle Suite Memories Forever!

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    We have really been wanting to try Boma for dinner. Next month I get to make our ADRs:banana: We will have our two almost 3 years olds with us....should I do it???? Do they have potatoes or something they will like? TIA!
     
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  3. FigmentFinder

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    In addition to the "adult" food, which they could have if they wanted to. There is a kids pods with chicken fingers, french fries, mac & cheese, and penne with meatballs.

    If you find the adult who stole all the meatballs out of the penne right before my son was taking his. Can you smack them for me? :laughing:
     
  4. mom2jcc

    mom2jcc Castle Suite Memories Forever!

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    Oh, great!!! Then it is official...we are going!!

    That is awful...shame on that person:sad2:
     
  5. Calliaz

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    You may also be surprised at what they'll love from the adult sections. My son was 4 at our last visit. He loved the hummus, soups, couscous, and a ground meat and potatoes dish (among others). I don't think he ate anything off the kid's section. The food is flavorful, but not that spicy.
     
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    I went a few years ago with my niece and nephews. My youngest nephew (5 or 6 at the time) LOVED the soups. He ate at least 3 bowls.
     
  7. goldenears

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    good post...we are planning on making reservations here for our next trip and
    will have two little ones with us too.
     
  8. ChelleinNC

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    Great time to try Boma OP, since you won't have to pay for the kids :) Lot's of things for them to try and as mentioned safe "kid food". They also have the best fresh fruit. My DS tends to make a meal out of the amazingly sweet jumbo strawberries :goodvibes
     
  9. properlywarnedyebe

    properlywarnedyebe DIS Veteran

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    Our DD has been twice when she just turned 2 & almost 3 and loves Boma's Hummus, Falafel, Meatballs, Prime Rib, kids foods & everything else. Just put stuff on their plate and see what they will eat. There's so much, they won't going hungary! We are going back in DEC.
     
  10. Sydrox

    Sydrox Earning My Ears

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    My 15m absolutely loved the food at Boma.. He ate right off our plates, The only standard food I got for him was Mac & cheese and he did not want to have a thing to do w/ it:) The only thing I did not share w/ him was the desserts as most of them have alcohol in them, he got a cookie instead.
     
  11. marriedtodisneylover

    marriedtodisneylover Earning My Ears

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    When we went out two little ones were 4 1/2 and 2 1/2 and both found things to eat. Like the previous posters mentioned they were eating from the "adult pods" as much as the ones meant for the kids! It was a great meal for the adults and kids.
     

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