Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Jul 17, 2012
    Marnie from NC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi- traveling to Disney in september and have the dining plan. This trip my daughter is 10 and is considered old enough for adult menu. would she still be able to choose from the child's menu for entree but still get the dessert on adult menu?Thanks

    Hi Marnie,

    As your Daughter will be 10 years old during your visit, she will indeed be classed as adult and should really therefore order from the adult menu.

    According to Disney Dining, the official policy is that it is up to the discretion of the restaurants management as to whether or not a Guest can order from the children's menu. 

    In my experience, servers at each of the restaurants will do their very best to accommodate requests made by Guests and to ensure that they have an enjoyable experience whilst dining there.

    If nothing on the adult menu appeals to your Daughter at any restaurants, she will most likely be able to request something from the children's menu instead. In most cases, you will find that she will be given a larger portion than that which would normally be given to a child.

    If you are really struggling, it is worth asking your server if it is possible for him to have something which is not on the menu but is fairly easy to make, like a sandwich or toastie for example. Whilst this can't be guaranteed you will find that Disney are very accommodating to children who are picky eaters.

    Wishing you a magical trip filled with memories which will last a lifetime!
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