Many Resort restaurants now offer allergy-friendly menus to address these food intolerances—and many are able to accommodate lifestyle requests as well, such as low-fat, low-sodium, no-sugar-added and vegetarian options—often with no advance arrangements!
Guests are encouraged to discuss their dietary requirements with their server upon arrival at the location or, if desired, consult with a chef or Cast Member trained in special diets—before placing an order. We strive to use reasonable efforts in our food sourcing, preparation and handling procedures to avoid the introduction of the named allergen into your menu choices.
Please note that we do not have separate kitchens to prepare allergen-friendly items, or separate dining areas for Guests with allergies or intolerances. Thus, it is possible for an allergen to be introduced before the food is provided to us, or inadvertently during food preparation or handling.
Metabolic Disorders and Multiple Allergies
Guests with requests associated with the list below should contact Walt Disney World Resort Special Diets at Special.Diets@DisneyWorld.com—after they have booked all their dining arrangements for their visit and at least 14 days prior to their arrival:
Our restaurants will do their best to accommodate your dietary requirements, but cannot guarantee that they will be able to meet all requests.
Most table-service restaurants are able to provide allergy-friendly menus and alternate meal options. Guests should indicate any food allergies or intolerances when making their dining reservations, and again upon arrival at a dining location.
Select quick-service restaurants offer allergy-friendly menus and other meal options that may accommodate certain food allergies or intolerances. Guests should indicate any dietary requirements upon arrival at a dining location.
Guests should ask to speak with a chef or a manager upon arrival at a buffet dining location to discuss any food allergies or intolerances. Chefs are available to walk Guests through the buffet to explain what can be eaten based on specific dietary requirements. Please note that we cannot always guarantee we will be able to meet all dietary requests.
Victoria & Albert’s
As part of the impeccable personalized service of this prestigious restaurant at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Victoria & Albert’s may be able to customize a unique menu of the finest allergy-friendly cuisine imaginable for Guests with certain dietary restrictions. Guests with reservations at Victoria & Albert’s should call (407) WDW-DVNA or (407) 939-3862 to discuss their dietary needs and preferences.
Menu selections are available online and on location for all Walt Disney World table-service and quick-service restaurants—allowing Guests of all ages (including children) to find meals and snacks that meet their dietary and lifestyle needs.
When reserving a table online, please indicate all food allergies and intolerances at the time of booking.
Please inform a Cast Member of your dietary requirements when making a dining reservation over the phone. To make a reservation, call (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.
At the Restaurant
Inform the server, chef or on-duty Cast Member trained in special diets of any restrictions upon your arrival.
For other questions related to food allergies and other special dietary needs and requests, contact Walt Disney World Resort Special Diets at Special.Diets@DisneyWorld.com.
After receiving your dietary request, we will use reasonable efforts to prevent the introduction of your allergen of concern into your food through close attention during our sourcing, preparation and handling processes. However, it is ultimately up to the Guest to use his or her individual discretion to make an informed choice regarding whether to order any particular items.
Please note that Walt Disney Parks and Resorts cannot guarantee that allergens may not have been introduced during another stage of the food chain process, or even inadvertently during preparation. We do not have separate kitchens to prepare allergen-free items, or separate dining areas for Guests with allergies or intolerances.
When entering a park, simply inform the Security at bag check that someone in the party has a food allergy or intolerance.
Refrigerating and Heating Personal Food Items
Guests staying at a Disney Resort hotel who have items that need to be refrigerated should ask the Front Desk to have a refrigerator placed in the room (subject to availability). Additional charges may apply.
Please note that Cast Members are prohibited from storing, preparing, cooking or reheating any food brought into our Resorts or theme parks by Guests.