They give you a little allergen list/menu and ask if you also need to see a chef. I said no. When the waited came, he was a little curt, but they were busy. I asked if I could get some GF waffles and he said ok. He seemed annoyed. I was able to eat safely, but don't expect to be treated kindly here. Honestly, I've only ever been treated nicely one time at any Disney buffet. I think the general consensus is, if you have an allergy why did you come to a buffet. Point taken. You could probably do much better at the quick service at the hotel, unless your kids want to see Mickey and Donald.