Farmer Mickey and Gang are hanging out at the Garden Grill, one of the top character meals in Epcot.
We’ve been before for an allergy-friendly lunch, and we back to check out the breakfast menu.
But I’m sad to say that they’ve changed multiple food options–so the lunch review is out of date. Instead of having pre-made options available, they’ve been making things ‘in house’.
So here’s our review and the menu for the allergy-friendly breakfast at Garden Grill!
***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.***
Review and what we ate for breakfast
I had been hearing rumors that things had changed at Garden Grill, and that breakfast was especially sad. So I took the kids and we went for a low expectations meal.
I’m glad we went with low expectations because it was a strange one! The chef brought out the binder because they didn’t have many options and we reviewed things to see what was available.
They ONLY have gluten free soy flour golden malted allergy friendly waffles. And this is not a recommended brand as they are made on shared equipment in factory (not certified).
So we ended up with handmade vegan cakes. They were soy, dairy, egg, and gluten free. They did contains nuts, though. They tasted awful and I wouldn’t let the kids eat them.
We also had tater tots, which were the same ones that they have at Woody’s. These contain soy oil. There was also off-brand turkey sausage that was top 8 free (and quite good!) No nitrates either, which was great. This was also served with eggs.
Then there were Udi’s Muffins and Earth Balance Butter.
And, of course, some mixed fruit.
And here’s our beverages, too. Tea for me and juice for the kiddos!
The Allergy-Friendly Breakfast Menu at Garden Grill
Here’s the one page allergy friendly menu. And let me say that I highly recommend heading over to Cape May out the back entrance to Epcot instead.
Or better yet, head over on the Monorail to Riveria Resort for Topolino’s Character Breakfast. They have better options and you still get to meet some characters!
As you can see, this is only for wheat, milk and peanut and treenut allergies. I’m not sure why they didn’t include fish and shellfish on here- and I also don’t know why they didn’t do soy as many of the allergy friendly options are soy free (I can understand egg. lots of egg here)