Food is great here. I have gluten, dairy, and seafood allergies and they can easily accommodate for. I love to get the Killyngbryst. They also have an appetizer buffet where most of the offerings are gluten free, but I tend to shy away given my other allergies (there is seafood on it). For dessert they have rice milk frozen dessert and can bring you a plate of Enjoy Life cookies. Nice way to end a tasty meal. Overall its a fun experience. I have eaten here multiple times without issues.
Food wasn't great, but I didn't get sick. By the time the chef came to take my order the rest of my group had already finished their plates from the buffet. Felt a little left out and like a burden. Although there were several "dessert" options on the menu, most were not available. Cream pudding, frozen cream pudding or raspberry sherbet.
Great experience. They have a lot of nice gluten free entrees. It’s a three course menu. Appetizers typically come from a buffet bar, but so asked to speak to a chef. Appetizers are listed on the allergy menu, so he ran down the list of gf items, asked me what so wanted, and made me a very generous plate in the back. It was really a lot of food and I got everything I asked for. I had the Norwegian meatballs and potatoes and the meatballs literally melted in my mouth. The rice cream was a delicious dessert. As is everything at Disney, my food cane out marked as allergy. All staff were on top of everything the minute I said I had Celiacs.
So good. Almost every item on The Taste of Norway buffet was safe. I think just the shrimp salad was off limits. I had Swedish meatballs and they were very good. Everyone else gets a dessert sampler, you get to pick what you want. I had the rice cream which is just a spectacular rice pudding. Our friend's kids loved the interaction with the princesses. I great place for kids and adults.