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  • I have an 11 year old who wants to eat off the kids menus at Walt Disney World. Will we encounter any problems going against the "9 years and younger" rule? Thanks Shannon
  • - Asked by Shannon from Oregon on 1/16/2008
  • Your daughter can order from the kids menu's. My 13 year old ordered from the kids menus sometimes, when nothing appealed to her on the adult menu.  The portions were the perfect size. She is not a big eater, and it was enough for her.  That also works the other way. If you had an 8 year old that wanted to order steak from the adult menu, that is okay too. It only impacts the customer, if they are on the Dining Plan and have a child pass. Then they must order from the child menu when available.  No worries!!!  Have a fantastic trip!!! Heather M.
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