Product Reviews, Restaurant Reviews and Recipes: All GLUTEN FREE!
Another day and another park, with even more characters! At the Animal Kingdom, the newest Disney Park they offer a Breakfast buffet which includes character meet-and-greets. This time it is set in the Tusker House restaurant and features Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Mickey Mouse and Goofy all in safari inspired outfits. And similarly to other buffet experiences, they contiuually loop the restaurant so that you have the opportunity to meet and have photos with them, whilst eating the never-ending breakfast.
Located in three separate dining rooms but serviced by the same central buffet area, this restaurant is a popular choice for all meals. The Breakfast starts with juice or breakfast smoothie, and hot drinks (tea and coffee) before you head to the open plan buffet which is really eight different counters and a central area as well. Of course, it had been noted that I had food allergies so the Chef headed over to our table and went thorough the different elements of the buffet and what I could enjoy and what I must avoid.
The Chef was quick to highlight that one counter was reserved for GLUTEN FREE items only including bread, bagels, muffins and cookies.
And he was keen to advise on special dishes he could make up for me as required. It was a nice surprise to know that the sausage patties were gluten free (unlike the breakfast buffet at Crystal Palace) and of course, they also had the special Mickey Waffles which were Gluten Free and Egg Free.
A good hearty breakfast with plentiful maple bacon, fruits and yogurt as well Gluten Free alternatives for me. A magical start to the day at Animal Kingdom…
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This information was correct as at publishing in February 2017.