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Crystal Palace food allergy review

Want to know a great Disney World secret? Make breakfast reservations at a time before the park opens. You’re allowed into the park and, on the way to your reservation, you can get great photos without all the crowds. Plus, the PhotoPass photographers are there, ready to snap some great group photos, even with your camera. This is the best way to get a Castle shot without crowds or unintentional photo bombs.

Ok, better than that, if you can believe that, is Chef Paul at the Crystal Palace. He was so accommodating and brought my daughter allergy free Mickey waffles, bacon, scrambled eggs, grits (we’re Southerners), OJ, chocolate cake, a donut, garnished with strawberries cut into roses. The cake and donut are made with Bob’s Red Mill mix.

Chef Paul with the AFM bearOur daughter was so blown away that she gave Chef Paul a blue AllergyFreeMouse.com teddy bear.

Chef Paul — we love you!

He was super-informed and presented so many options for our daughter, and then delivered more. Chef Paul is what Disney is all about — pure magic in the eyes of a child. Plus, he earned lots of respect from two parents who felt everything was truly safe.

2 thoughts on “Crystal Palace food allergy review”

  1. I couldn't agree more! The Crystal Palace is a must at least twice on every trip! My son has dairy/egg allergies so we've never been there for breakfast but they provide sooooo much food for him at lunch/dinner. We absolutely love it! and we feel completely safe and worry free while dining there!

  2. agreed…Chef Paul brought out an incredible selection for our peanut, tree nut, egg, sesame seed, legume, orange and soy allergic son last May. We were overwhelmed with emotion and our lil guy was so happy.

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