Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Jun 1, 2015
    Monica from ON Asked

    I saw in an earlier post from 2008 that a 10-year old could order from the children's menu. Is this still the case. We will be bringing our grandson to WDW for the first time in July, but he is a very light (and fussy) eater.

    Hello Monica,

    Thank you for visiting us at the Disney Parks Moms Panel, we are here to help with your Walt Disney World vacation questions and happy to do so.

    Rest assured Walt Disney World is very accommodating to their Guests. Many of us Disney Parks Moms Panelist have children whose spectrum of culinary exploration does not go any further than chicken nuggets and fries. I can speak from experience, my spaghetti loving daughter, who no longer is considered a child at Walt Disney World, has never had a problem ordering from a child's menu. I have, also, requested adult portions, keeping in mind the cost of the dish would be adjusted accordingly. My advice is, if your grandson sees something on the child's menu, which will satisfy the rumbly in his tumbly, then order away. 

    If I can be of any further pixie dusted assistance feel free to ask and may your upcoming stay at Walt Disney World be filled with many magical and memorable moments.

    Amy M*o*
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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Virginia

I am a believer in following your dreams and making them come true. As a mom and ballet instructor, I guide my family and students to pursue their dreams and see where it takes them. I love Disney Parks because of the inspiring imagination and endless dreams. I will never be too old for Walt Disney World! Learn More About Amy

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