As more people become aware of food allergies and dietary restrictions, we get more options!
Vacationing has always been hard, but lately the theme parks are stepping up their game when it comes to allergy friendly offerings, SeaWorld Orlando included.
Here’s a selection of possible offerings when it comes to Seaworld Orlando. While these are all fast food types (that’s primarily what you’ll find there) they also have a delightful sit down restaurant that was comparable to Disney.
***As Always, please speak to a qualified restaurant employee when ordering food. In order to see the most accurate ingredients and risk assessment, you will need to confirm allergy safety in real-time. This is my personal experience, I am not employed or endorsed by companies or brands mentioned.***
Here’s a few places that had allergy friendly eats (quick serve)
We’ve had a safe pizza at seaport pizza! It came out to us wrapped up to prevent cc. Very impressed and a decent crust–it wasn’t doughy.
It was soy protein, gluten free, peanut/treenut free, and shellfish/fish free. It did have dairy, but they mentioned they would be getting dairy free cheese soon!
Next up is Mango Joes.
Here we had a safe Gluten free bun with our burger and fries. The manager cautioned us that the fries are cooked in a shared fryer (there’s a dedicated fryer below), so we got those for the intolerance and fruit for the allergies. Burger bun was very crumbly but doable.
Yummy Yummy Nom Nom
Despite the weird name, this little eatery has quite a few options! I was pretty impressed with what we got here.
Dedicated fryer for fries first off, which is a big deal. Then we got to enjoy a safe Gluten free sandwich. It was Udi’s bread. (Which has egg, but is safe for the other top 7.)
The manager was one of the most informed and helpful allergen aware people that we had found at Seaworld!
This is honestly one of our go tos because we could always get plain rice and a side of meat. Plus they have lots of fruit options and salads and prepackaged foods. BUT recently they stopped carrying as many prepackaged options and the plain rice.
We had difficulty at the following places:
The Spice Mill
Waited 20+ minutes for a supervisor to bring out a binder. They didn’t have anything besides fruit and plain chicken.
Sea Fire Grill
Was told that most everything is cross contaminated because of the buffet style in which they serve.
Your mileage will vary at SeaWorld when it comes to quick service and allergy friendly options. Some are aware, some are not! Always ask to speak to a chef or manager and check out the allergen binder.