Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We will be arriving at WDW on Christmas. I have had weightloss surgery. On the dinning plan, can I share a meal or do i have a o order my own? I would hate to waste food.
- - Asked by Pamela from New York on 12/20/2013
- Hi Pamela! What a magical Christmas you'll have this year!
The Disney Dining Plan does give you a lot of food for your money, so even those of us who haven't had weight-loss surgery often feel like we can't eat all the food provided. At the counter-service locations, it's generally not a problem for guests to share a meal. At buffets, fixed-price, or
all-you-can-eat meals, sharing of meals is not permitted, whether you are on the
Dining Plan or paying out-of-pocket. At table-service restaurants, the official
Disney policy prohibits sharing meals on the Dining Plan. However, sometimes
guests report that they have been allowed to share a meal and pay with only one
table-service credit. I recommend that you tell your server that you're unable to eat a large meal due to your surgery and ask if you could
share a meal with another member of your party instead. Disney wants its guests to be happy, and the cast
members try very hard to be accommodating.
Come visit us again at the Moms Panel if you have more questions! We're
happy to help!
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