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    Ordering Dinner Question

    I have a question regarding dinner menus. I am going to WDW with my mom and she REALLY wants to go to the Sci-Fi Drive in for dinner one night. We already made our PS, but I looked at the menu on All Ears Net and realized there is nothing on the dinner menu that I would eat (I'm VERY particular on with my food.)

    My question is, would I be allowed to order of the kids menu or off the lunch menu at dinnertime? Or can I ask for something custom?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch
    I have a question regarding dinner menus. I am going to WDW with my mom and she REALLY wants to go to the Sci-Fi Drive in for dinner one night. We already made our PS, but I looked at the menu on All Ears Net and realized there is nothing on the dinner menu that I would eat (I'm VERY particular on with my food.)

    My question is, would I be allowed to order of the kids menu or off the lunch menu at dinnertime? Or can I ask for something custom?

    I don't see why not. It's your money. I know they say that the food is for "kids", but my wife always orders kid's meals from the park fast food places. She is very thin and doesn't eat much ever. Me on the other hand . . . !!!

    As far as lunch for dinner, DK! If you ask what's the worst thing they're going to say?
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    I'm very particular about food too, and I've not had any problems at any of the restraunts getting them to work with me. (If the server goes above and beyond, I be sure to tip accordingly though!)
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    I agree. Many restaurants will do whatever they can to make you happy.

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