Hey guys, I'm not sure how many of you will be interested in this, but I recently got back from WDW and was about 2 months post-op from Gastric Sleeve Surgery. My program is very conservative, so I had just started soft foods. I scowered the internet for information on how to eat while on vacation and I found very little, so I thought I'd post what I ate and what was good and what was a problem in the event someone else is planning a trip not long after surgery. I was on in WDW for 3 days and I have to say that I felt great- I had a lot more energy than I did when I was there 5 months earlier. I had a small bottle of water with me at all times and would fill it up in the water fountains. I also read basically every single menu when planning on where to eat and we planned our short trip around where I could eat. I did have one major problem regarding my diet while I was there that I want to share- I made reservations for dinner at San Angel Inn (not because I love that restaurant past the atmosphere, but because they had a dish with beans and shredded chicken- two things I can eat). That morning, my mom was looking at the menu to plan out her dinner and she said, "there's nothing you can eat on this menu" so I looked on it and realized they had taken off the one item I was able to eat. As it was only 10 hours before our dinner, I had to call to try to cancel the reservations. The woman I got on the phone at Disney Reservations was terribly rude to me. She told me that EVERY Disney restaurant could accommodate ANY dietary need (this seems like quite an over statement). I explained my very limited diet to her and she was very dismissive and her voice because quite judgey and she told me that she would not cancel the reservation without charging me for the late cancel. She said that I needed to go speak to the chef personally before my reservation and if he/she couldn't accommodate my dietary needs then they would cancel it for free. I, of course, was at Disney Springs, not Epcot and did not plan on being there until night. She told me I could not call to discuss it. And then she hung up on me before I could take the survey (I think she knew it would have been bad). It almost ruined my entire vacation. It was not that way cast members treat guests. I was so upset. I was lucky enough to be staying at the Bay Lake Tower and went to talk to the concierge that afternoon. They were so kind and helpful and canceled the reservation and made a new one for us somewhere I could eat. So, my advice is to check the menus the week before you go to confirm that what you're planning on is still there. As bariatric patients, planning is key and if you don't have all the info, how can you do that? Okay, so if you're still with me, here's what I ate (I usually eat 5 small meals a day): Every morning I started with a protein shake in my room. One day I also had one in the afternoon on a park break. Theses are the restaurants where I ate: Contempo Cafe - side of scrambled eggs. the eggs are fake. they weren't the best, but they were fine. Sunshine Seasons - grab and go tuna salad and croissant (the croissant my mom ate) the tuna salad was mediocre at best. I will not get this again, but if you're desperate, it's there and there was a chicken salad wrap you could eat the inside of as well. Cosmic Rays - rotisserie chicken with green beans and mashed potatoes. This was the biggest surprise of the whole trip (it's not just a burger place!)- it was awesome!! It was enough for my mom and I to share. The green beans were a little over cooked so I could eat them. The chicken was juicy. They also have this Sriracha aioli that is strong, so you can just put a tiny bit on and be satisfied and not smother your meal in sugar. It is a lot of food though, so share with someone or bring tupperware so you can eat more later. D-Luxe Burgers - chicken burger with no bun. I got the adult burger and not the child's one because it came with avocado and sauce, both were on the side and neither was very good. The burger though, was great! Juicy and flavorful. I recommend this, but I'd go with the kid's chicken burger sans bun. Restaurant Marrakesh - lemon chicken and a side of hummus. This was a gigantic portion. I swear there was a whole chicken on my plate. It was good, but it insulting how much food there was, no one needs that much food. It also was barely lemony, but very olive-y which made it taste overly salty. I took a lot of it back with me and ate it later for other meals (since I ate more meals than the rest of my family). The hummus was very good. Kona Cafe - 2 eggs meal. I got them scrambled with goat cheese and asked for no potatoes or fruit. My server was really nice and offered to let me have something in their place, so I got oatmeal (which I had not tried since surgery). I added skim milk and a Splenda and it was actually better than the eggs. I did't eat much and couldn't take it with me, but it was a very satisfying meal. So, if you want my advice- bring protein shakes for the morning (and afternoon breaks at the hotel if you take them). Definitely go to Cosmic Rays if you're in the MK. I can't get over how great it was. We actually got it twice it was so good. Always check the menus before you go to the restaurant (even if you know it) and use your concierge if you have one, they are so helpful. One thing I did not try was ordering kids meals. I have read mixed things about if Disney will honor the bariatric card and most of the kids meals had a lot of items I could not eat. I also enjoyed saving part of my meal to eat later. I brought little tupperware things with me so I knew they wouldn't leak. Anyone else have any good advice? I'm going back in September and, while I'll be eating more "normally," I'd love to know your tricks and go tos. The Disney community and the WLS community are both awesome- let's combine them! Sorry this was so long, hope it was helpful to at least one person.