The Disneyland Resort, as part of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, is committed to offering a wide range of culinary options.
Table-service restaurants that accept reservations can accommodate most dietary requests, including Kosher meals—call (714) 781-DINE (3463).
Whether dining at a table-service or quick-service restaurant, menu selections are provided for Guests of all ages (including children) who seek well-balanced meals, snacks and beverages. There are also options to those with lifestyle dining requests, special dietary requests or food allergies.
When calling please inform the reservation Cast Member of the food allergy or intolerance and this request will be notated on your reservation.
Many meal times at popular Disneyland Resort restaurants book quickly. Reservations are accepted 60 days in advance at Disneyland Resort.
At the Restaurant
If you do not have a reservation please inform the server, chef or manager on duty of any dietary restrictions when you arrive at the restaurant.
Kosher requests must be ordered at least 24 hours in advance, except at these select quick-service locations:
Disney California Adventure Park
Some Character Breakfast Locations offer a bundled Breakfast Entrée that includes a cheese omelet, fruit, breakfast Danish roll and a beverage.
Guests with food allergies or dietary requirements can find a wide range of culinary options at most Disneyland Resort restaurants and dining locations.
Most table-service restaurants accepting reservations are able to provide allergy-friendly meal options. Guests should indicate any food allergies when making dining reservations and upon arrival at a dining location.
The locations listed below have quick-service menu items or products that, upon request, may accommodate Guests' common food allergy or intolerance requirements.
Disney California Adventure Park:
For prepackaged items, we recommend that Guests read the ingredient list on the label before purchasing any product.
Guests should ask to speak with a chef or a manager upon arrival to discuss the food allergy or intolerance. Although the chef can walk through the buffet and indicate what can be eaten based on the specific allergy or intolerance, there is always the potential for cross-contact by other Guests since these are self-serve buffets.
Chefs can often substitute different ingredients and offer other food options for Guests with dietary requirements.
Many Disneyland restaurants can accommodate the following common food allergies:
Guests should notate these food allergies and intolerances at the time of booking their dining reservation. Guests are also welcome to speak to a chef or a manager on duty when arriving at the dining location.
Most restaurants offer no-sugar-added, low-fat, low-sodium and vegetarian options. Advance arrangements are not necessary for guests with lifestyle dietary requests. Guests can discuss any dietary requests with their server upon arrival.
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts will use reasonable efforts to prevent the introduction of the allergen of concern into the food through close attention during our sourcing, preparation and handling processes. Walt Disney Parks and Resorts cannot guarantee that allergens may not have been introduced during another stage of the food chain process or, even inadvertently, during preparation. We do not have separate kitchens to prepare allergen-free items or separate dining areas for Guests with allergies or intolerances.
Ultimately, it is up to the Guest to use his or her individual discretion to make an informed choice regarding whether to order any particular items.
Metabolic Disorders and Multiple Allergies
Guests with requests associated with the list below should contact the Disneyland Resort at DLRSpecialDiets@email.disney.com at least 14 days prior to arrival and after booking all dining arrangements for their entire visit:
Our restaurants will do their best to accommodate Guest dietary requirements but cannot guarantee that they will be able to meet all requests.
We are not able to provide Guests with nutritional information. However, we are happy to attempt to work within any dietary requests and may suggest some menu alternatives that may satisfy the request.
Guests with food allergies or intolerances are allowed to bring food items into any Disney theme park and dining location.
When entering a park, simply inform the Security at bag check that someone in the party has a food allergy or intolerance.
Refrigerating and Heating Personal Food Items
Guests staying at a Disney Resort hotel who have items that need to be refrigerated should ask the Front Desk to have a refrigerator placed in the room, subject to availability. An additional charge may apply.
Please note that Cast Members are prohibited from storing, preparing, cooking or reheating any food brought into our Resorts or theme parks by Guests.
Guests who require epi-pens, medications or special food should inform the Security Cast Member at bag check that someone in the party has a food allergy or medical condition. Guests will be allowed to bring these items in the Parks with them.