This fall, Disney Cruise Line quietly started to offer guests an allergy-friendly menu in the rotational restaurants. The allergy-friendly menus are similar to the menus you will find at the Disney Parks restaurants on land where each item has a brief statement below the description suggesting who this dish is intended.
For example, the Ahi Tuna and Avocado Tower appetizer on the Enchanted Garden menus says “For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, Shellfish, and Soy Allergies.”
Each menu includes a notice/warning/random legal disclaimer of sorts stating Disney Cruise Line cannot guarantee each item in each dish is ok for your specific allergies or intolerances.
Disney Cruise Line cannot guarantee that allergens may not have been introduced during another state 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. Allergy-friendly offerings are reliant on supplier ingredient labels. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the contents of each food item. Allergen advisory statements (e.g., “may contain”) are not regulated and therefore not taken into consideration when developing allergy-friendly meals. It is ultimately our Guests’ discretion to make an informed choice based upon their individual dietary needs.Disney Cruise Line’s Allergy-Friendly Menu Allergy Notice
Special thanks to Heather Keller from StorybookDestinations.com for sharing these photos. They were available on our Halloween on the High Seas cruise, but we didn’t visit any of the restaurants.
We will continue to up date the menu pages with the allergy-friendly versions as we receive them. The above menus have already been added to the respective menu pages.