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  • On Jan 10, 2008
    Leigh from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We have a picky 4 year old. We want to get the dining plan but do they have a good variety for kids? Which deluxe restaurants have the best kids menu (chicken nuggets, pizza, mac&cheese)? Thanks.


    Your question is somewhat difficult to answer directly, as I'm not sure what your "picky eater" would prefer.  However, I can arm you with the tools to figure this out fairly easily - OK?

    First, I believe you are looking for the "Signature Restaurants", which most would consider to be the "deluxe" restaurants.  Options currently on the Disney Dining Plan with children's menus include:  Artist Point, California Grill, Citricos, Flying Fish, Hollywood Brown Derby, Jiko, Narcoossee's, and Yachtsman Steakhouse.

    In case you are considering Victoria & Albert’s, please be aware that they do not allow children under the age of 10.

    Second, you will need to review the children’s menus, which you can find very easily on (select “dining” on the first page, and the “The Menus!” on the top left of the next page).  Here you can quickly find which restaurants include desired menu options for your 4-year-old.

    With this information, you should be able to easily and quickly narrow down the list of options, so you can make a more informed opinion about the Disney Dining Plan.

    If you want to further research restaurants, I recommend you try the Disney Dining Finder tool.  It lets you search for restaurants using several different searching criteria.  This tool also highlights which restaurants are on the Disney Dining Plan (over 100 restaurants in total).

    Good luck, and bon appetite!  ºoº
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