Also, all of the kids meals comes with 2 sides. Usually there is a fruit or veggie choice (carrot sticks, apples, grapes) and a dessert (cookie, brownie, applesauce). You could also pick fries, though for a 1 year old, we never did. Most times, I would feed her the entree (usually chicken nuggets or a hamburger, but we found a turkey and cheese sandwich at the Starlight Cafe) and the fruit, but save the veggie or applesauce for a snack later. The kids meals have a lot of food for a reasonable price. At the San Angel Inn in Mexico, we ordered her a cheese quesadilla that came with veggies and rice. It was WAY more food than a 1 year old could eat, which meant my husband and I ate off her plate, too! Of course, we ordered from the menu as well, and 3 entrees between 2 adults and 1 little one is a lot of food!
|Piper at Portobello our first night|
One of the perks about traveling with infants and toddlers is that there is NO charge for sharing your food with your child under 3. Even the buffets don't charge for children under 3 (1 of Jenn's 5 reasons)! Piper ate off my plate at the 50's Prime Time Cafe (as well as several other places) and she loved it! Most of the time we didn't need to order her a separate meal because so many restaurants have huge portions. But, when she had her own meal, she had plenty to eat and usually leftovers for later snacking. Doesn't that make you want to take your little ones to Disney? It sure did for me!
See ya real soon!