REVIEW: Crystal Palace Character Breakfast Gluten Free/Allergy Friendly (Menu)

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Pooh and Friends welcome you to the 100 Acre Wood where we’ll have a great meal and hang out with some of our favorite characters!

This meal is located inside Magic Kingdom, so you’ll need a park ticket and a park reservation on top of the recommended dining reservation.

I’d consider this the “budget” option at Magic Kingdom, as the other two Character Dining options inside Magic Kingdom are Signature Dining options with a higher price tag. You can see all the Character Dining options in and around Magic Kingdom in this post.

Because this is a buffet, there are some steps you can take if you feel uncomfortable, or want some reassurance before eating here (this post is all about Dining at Disney World Buffets with allergies/restrictions)

See all the Character Meal Food Allergy Reviews here.

***As Always, this is my personal experience. You should check with Restaurant Staff to see if these items are available for You and Your food needs.

Quick Notes 

Location: Crystal Palace Restaurant inside Magic Kingdom

Characters : Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet

Food Allergy Menu 

Food Allergy Review

This is a Buffet, so I let my server know my allergens and asked to speak with the Chef.

Chef came out, and I had looked over the Buffet Allergy Guide listed above, and had some ideas for things I wanted!
No Churro Waffles, as those are fried in a shared fryer, but the Chef brought out some Cinnamon Sugar for me.

The Allergy Waffles that I got are the Bloomfield Farms brand which are labeled ” no top 8 allergens” and do not have gluten. On their allergy guide they listed the Golden Malted Brand (which contains soy!). I did ask and confirm that Bloomfield Top 8 Friendly were available!

There is a good amount of options, including some allergy favorites like the Bloomfield Farms Buns, Udis Muffins, and Kinnicknick Donuts!

Would you enjoy this option? And Do I Recommend it?

Yes! I loved this location and I do recommend this option *if* you have time. I would not recommend this for your only Magic Kingdom day as it does take longer. Every time I’ve gone, it’s taken over an hour. I could easily spend over 1.5 hours here if I was with family and wasn’t watching the clock!

Final Summary 

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