Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Hi MP!! My older 2 kids ages 11 and 13 are small eaters but considered adults on DDP. Is it possible for them to share a meal and have it count as 1 credit? Thanks!
- - Asked by Lea from Connecticut on 2/13/2014
- Hi Lea! Thanks for the great question. Most restaurants won't have a problem with guests sharing meals. Just clear it with your server first, and it should be fine. It's often hard with younger kids and the adult menus, but do not fear. Disney restaurants are most accommodating! The Disney Dining Plan is an ideal way to have your kids try new things. We would often ask for sauces on the side or different side orders (fries always seem to work) and it has never been a problem. And, if all else fails, check out the kids menu. They will make larger portions for your children as well.
Hope this helps Lea! Write back with any other questions!
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