Food and Fun? That’s what you’ll find at this sit down eatery!
Step inside the Legoland Resort in Orlando and you’ll find the Skyliner Grill has food allergy options for lunch and dinner.
And I love the set up of this restaurant. It has a play space in a quiet room that kids can access while you wait for food and eat your dinner.
Plus the theming is so cute! It was an open concept restaurant that had tons of legos and cool things to look at.
It’s located directly inside the LEGOLAND resort on the right hand side, and directly across from Bricks restaurant. Complete with a bar area- this is a family friendly eatery for lunch and dinner.
There are lots of other options for eating at LEGOLAND with food allergies too– so if you can’t get a reservation, check out the other places you can grab a bite to eat.
***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.***
Out of all the places we went, Skyliner Grill had the largest options available for food allergies. I spoke to an actual chef and he told me that they could modify a lot of foods. They could also mix and match items to make safe meals.
A couple notable things: they do have a shared fryer and did not have a dedicated fryer. They list chips and salsa as a top eight allergy friendly option. However, it’s in a shared fryer that does not make it friendly. BUT sometimes they have a fryer with fresh oil.
Some places have dedicated fryers- like Burger Kitchen and Granny’s Apple Fries.
Desserts were pretty limited (they are limited across property though) and the only place we found several options was this quick serve location inside the parks.
Skyliner Grill Lunch Food Allergy Options
Lunch has less ‘formal’ options- and sometimes the restaurant is only open for take out where other times you can sit down.
For lunch there were many of the same options.
Burgers and sandwiches
Allergy friendly bread (it’s a roll and not a bun)
Salads with added protein (chicken, salmon, shrimp, plant based patty)
Gluten free pizza
Fruit and veggie options
Some other things to note: today they had “fresh” oil and could accommodate a “not shared” fryer
Vegan soy based butter
Gluten free pizza has soy
Vegan cheese available (soy and dairy and gluten free) and available for pizza
The gluten free bread was rotella brand (see picture: contains egg and canola oil- otherwise top allergen free)
Here’s what we ate for lunch!
Top 8 friendly kids meal was a burger with fruit.
And then top 8 friendly for me was a chicken salad sandwich! (Soy free, gluten free, dairy free, nut free, peanut free, egg free, fish/shellfish free) We were both happy to eat safe and yummy food- the salad was quite filling which I was thankful for (some salads are just sad but this one had quite a few toppings). I received olive oil on the side.
The husband is working with less allergens and he had a soy free, dairy free, gluten free, fish free meal. This does have an almond based mayo and a dairy free cheese (violife) that is coconut based.
He had the burger with a lettuce bun and a loaded baked potato! He did wish they had the bun they have at Burger kitchen though.
Recommended Food Allergy Options at Legoland DINNER
- Ny strip steak
- Pulled pork
- Burger with house salad and vegetables
- Diaya pizza with gluten free crust
- Gluten free pasta