Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Dis_Yoda, Jun 10, 2018.
When you check in - let them know you have people that don't eat seafood. They will accommodate.
Call Disney Dining and ask them to note on your reservation that you have two people who can't eat seafood. I did this last year for a member of my party for both the Italian Regional lunch and the Mexican Tequila lunch. Both events had a seafood course but my friend was provided an alternative, non-seafood, course.
My daughters (ages 13 and 15) and I are going to the Parisian Afternoon
This will be the second time for myself and DD13. We went in 2016 and she loved it. This time, DD15 has to come along because there is nobody else coming with us on this trip so she really does not have a choice. She is a very picky eater but I am hoping she will at least try a few things.
Just got back and really enjoyed F&W again.
Monday, went to the Italian food and Wine Pairing at Tutto Gusto. Very good food, nicely paired with the wine. The Somm did a nice job talking about the wines. Would have liked to hear more about the food.
Wednesday, went to the Mexico food and Tequila tasting. Not a big Tequilafan, but the tasting was a lot of fun and very well done. Hilda was an awesome host and I really learned alot about tequila! Very fun and well worth doing.
Friday, went to French family favorites at Monsieur Paul. Wow! Don't miss this! Great host with information about the food and wines. Great food paired with very good wines. easily filled 3+ hours and could have gone longer. We will do again. One of the best events we have done.
Agree about the French Family Meal. We'd do that for a third time if they offer it next year. Both times we did it, it was very good. And the company at our table was wonderful. We met the nicest people.
I attended the French Tradition Family Meal at Monsieur Paul on Sunday, Oct. 21, and the Italian Beer vs Wine at Via Napoli on Tuesday, Oct. 23.
My review is here:
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