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    Bringing snacks into the park

    My girls, ages 4 and 3, may have a hard time with the different food, particularly my 4 year old. Are the cast members at the gate (or those checking bags) pretty strict about letting you bring food in? I will feel better if I can bring in some things I know she will eat in the way of snacks. If not, I see her shaking her head at a lot of things because it looks different. I've done a lot of research and know that some Western type food (chicken nuggets) can be found in Disneyland, but she can't eat that every day for 4 days.

    Have you brought food into the parks before?

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    Re: Bringing snacks into the park

    We used to take just small candy snacks into the park a few years ago, but I'm not sure if they've changed their rules about outside food.




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    Re: Bringing snacks into the park

    Yes as long as it isnt canned or glass they dont care. youre "supposed" to eat it in the picnic area but no one will care if you have a homemade meal in the park, i suggest eating it on tom sawyer island on the picnic tables


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    Re: Bringing snacks into the park

    Most of the food inside the parks is catered to western pallets. Nuggets, Pizza, Fries, Burgers, Pasta, Fried Chicken, sandwiches and Hot dogs are all available through out both the parks. Believe it or not but Restaurant Hokusai and Restaurant Sakura are the only ones on site to my knowledge that serve Japanese food. Quite a bit of Chinese food can also be found. So I'm not sure you need to be too worried.

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    Re: Bringing snacks into the park

    I see people eating food they've brought in all the time--usually while they're sitting on the ground waiting for the parade.

    I have never, ever, seen anyone sitting at the picnic tables to the left of the front gate.
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    Re: Bringing snacks into the park

    Its amazing how much leniency you'll get when you mention a medical condition ( allergic to peanut oil, allergic to soy, allergic to water and oxygen, etc. ) and the need to import certain foods that don't trigger a medical reaction. No one wants litigation and it's easier to just nod and let you through than split hairs over what's allergenic and what isn't. They deal in volume and a reasonable explanation like that is usually a green light to let you through.

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