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Walt Disney World
7830 West Sand Lake Road
Orlando, FL


5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Disney is heaven!

Reviewer: Ss101483 from New York
Reviewed on Dec 05, 2008

Walt Disney world is the best place to go if you are celiac. I go at least twice a year because I know that I can eat safely and all of the restaurants and bakeries know what celiac disease is. I ate in at least 25 different places the last time I was there and I did not have a single reaction. At each restaurant the chef came to my table and told me what was safe for me to eat off the menu. At most places the chefs also offered to make me something that was not even on the menu. In addition, the candy stores, bakeries and hotels all had "allergy" sections with gluten free brownies and rice krispy treats. I have been to Disney World numerous times and I will continue to go back so I can have fun, worry free, vacations. Here are some great things to get...At the Brown Derby (In Hollywood Sudios) they have yummy tapioca rolls. They were delicious with the chicken dish they offer. Tony's Town Square (Magic Kingdom) has gluten free pizza. Tepanyaki (Epcot) has gluten free food that they will make in the kitchen even if you sit at the hibachi. The bakery at the boardwalk has great pre-packaged GF brownies. The BEST is breakfast. At all of the character breakfasts, even the buffets, the chefs will make fresh GF waffles (often in mickey shapes). If it is a buffet for the table the chefs always make a GF plate for the GF person. If it is regular buffet, the chefs will walk you around and show you what is safe to eat. If you are uncomfortable taking from a buffet, he or she will make you a plate in the kitchen and bring it to you. It really is the most magical place on earth!

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