by Allergy Free Mouse | December 30, 2018 2:06 pm
We stopped for a dairy-free, nut-free snack of French fries at Electric Umbrella. The cashier told us the fries were cooked in a dedicated fryer but forgot to note the food allergy. When I noticed the omission on the receipt, I asked her about it so there was no possibility of cross-contamination in the kitchen. She called a manager and the manager personally prepared the fries.
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by Allergy Free Mouse | April 10, 2018 12:12 pm
We have eaten here a few times and they do a great job! My daughter is allergic to wheat, dairy, all nuts and shellfish. They prepared a safe meal for her, and even had warm rolls for her to start! We will certainly be there again on our next trip to Disney World!
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by Allergy Free Mouse | April 10, 2018 12:00 pm
It was my first time eating GF at Disney. Chef Boone came out and spoke to me personally, letting me know what was safe and what wasn’t. I got my own GF rolls, and a plate of rice, vegetables, and delicious chicken wings. The salad and all the meats were safe. I also got my own dessert of chocolate chip cake and ice cream with fresh berries. Chef Boone and the staff were great, and my meal was excellent! I highly recommend ‘Ohana for GF dinner!
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by Allergy Free Mouse | March 25, 2018 10:54 pm
Welcome to our seventh episode! Amy, Larry, Lizzie, and Jeff discuss food allergy menus, dining tips and what to expect when dining at Disney World with food allergies.
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by Allergy Free Mouse | December 31, 2017 2:20 pm
We chose to make the Grand Floridian Cafe our first stop for dinner on this trip. We always have a great experience here and this time was one of the best. It was dinner time, and we usually visit the Grand Floridian Cafe for lunch. Since it was dinner, there were a lot of great looking choices, but our daughter knew exactly what she wanted, which was not on either menu, the standard menu or the food allergy menu. She wanted a grilled chicken sandwich, with bacon and guacamole, and a side of fries. The chef this evening was Chef Ben, the same chef who prepared this very same meal the last time we were at the Grand Floridian Cafe. In fact, after reviewing all the choices, Lizzie asked Chef Ben if he could make her a BLT, and he agreed.
He delivered both meals, while our server, Nicolas, delivered my choice, the Cafe Sandwich. Our daughter’s chicken sandwich was perfect, of course, free of dairy, peanuts and tree nuts. She loved it. But, the night wasn’t over. Chef Ben prepared a special melted Enjoy Life Chocolate fondue, with roasted marshmallows, sliced bananas, and strawberries and Enjoy Life Cookies. And, to top it off, he prepared it for the three of us to share. It, too, was fantastic.
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by Allergy Free Mouse | December 29, 2017 8:38 am
We have eaten here several times, and the nut allergic family member loved that all of it was safe. She particularly enjoys being able to eat dessert. We came here on Christmas Eve 2017 and were given a food allergy guide grid which confirmed that everything was safe. We went straight to the desert part of the buffet and loaded up a plate with desserts. When we got to the table, the chef had come to discuss the food allergies. He told us that two of the desserts were not, in fact, safe. They had added two desserts that week that were not safe for nut allergy. If he had not shown up at that time, I think my daughter would have eaten a bit of the almond flour desserts already. He brought her desserts from the kitchen that had not mingled with the buffet desserts. It was a close call.
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by Allergy Free Mouse | December 12, 2017 8:50 pm
This is a more formal table service restaurant, with a dress code. We ate here several times throughout our trip and experienced excellent allergy service from the chefs. My allergies were noted on every reservation, they put a bright red ‘ALLERGY’ stamp on our reservation ticket when we arrived, and the chefs took my orders on their little yellow special diets notepads and pink allergy tickets.
My meals usually had allergy flags in it when it came out and the server would then recite what the dish was and my allergy list (or most of it) before placing the food in front of me. One server even had a son with multiple food allergies, including potato, and we chatted for a bit about food allergies. Everyone was very quick to check ingredients if I had any questions (like the thinly shaved radish that looked like cheese on my salad one day.)
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by Allergy Free Mouse | December 12, 2017 8:23 pm
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by Allergy Free Mouse | November 21, 2017 2:59 pm
Special diets: allergic to tree nuts, peanuts, potato, wheat, and sorghum; dairy intolerance; vegan preference
AULANI, in general: The food at Aulani is simple, based mostly on Hawaiian and Japanese cuisine. There are only two small table service restaurants. As such, options here can be somewhat limited, depending on your allergies. For picky eaters and people with long allergy and special diet lists like mine, there aren’t many options, but the chefs are fantastic at coming up with creative menus and new ideas to provide safe and pleasing meals. The chefs provide the same high-end allergy service you expect from Disney, though they have fewer ingredients to work with. We were very satisfied with the food service, overall.
The chefs circulate between both restaurants, so you will begin to see familiar faces in both places if you go back often. We had one particular (and very good) chef three times: once at Makahiki and twice at ‘AMA’AMA.
The main gift shop sells a small selection of ‘Snacks with Character’, which are allergy-friendly treats, but not all top-10-free. Some were Enjoy Life treats. Be sure to check the labels on every item, every time!
The chef we spoke with before our visit told us that the only safe places for me to eat would be Makahiki, ‘AMA’AMA, and the shave ice stand. The quick service locations and luau wouldn’t be able to accommodate my allergy list.
Studio rooms have a kitchenette that is great for preparing simple meals. You can also request a rice cooker to use in your room. For the two of us, this combination of microwave, fridge, and rice cooker, with a heavy dose of creativity, kept us well fed outside of our dining reservations. Villas have a full kitchen with range. Grocery stores are within a five minute drive to Kapolei: Costco, Walmart, Target, and Down to Earth natural food store (with plenty of allergy-friendly brands) are all there – plus more, I’m sure.
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by Allergy Free Mouse | August 14, 2017 5:28 pm
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