My 11 yo daughter was diagnosed with Celiac Disease a little over a year ago, and as anyone with this diagnosis knows, finding safe things to eat when going out to restaurants can be a challenge. I'm happy to report that our experience at Disney was fantastic. I want to share some of the things we learned from our recent trip. First, after making any reservations at any Full Service restaurants, contact firstname.lastname@example.org . There you can tell them any specific dietary needs and at every restaurant a manager will come to your table to review options. At the buffets, a chef will take you around the table and point out what you can and cannot have. At the Cape May Cafe, the chef made a special sauteed plate of non breaded shrimp just for my daughter without us asking and it tasted even better than what was at the buffet table. If you eat at a counter service restaurant, let the cashier know you have an allergy before you order anything and she will call over a manager who will assume responsibility for the order. It may take an extra 10-15 min to get your food as it is all special made. The following are the table service restaurants we ate at for dinner and the experiences we had. Cape May Cafe-Buffet style, plenty to choose from, the chef took her around the buffet and made special items for her as above. Boma-the best restaurant I've been to at WDW. Again the chef came out and showed her all the things she could eat. Plenty of choices. Les Chefs de France-waiter was very knowledgable about menu. She enjoyed the escargot and beef tenderloin. Beaches and Cream- able to make burger with gluten free bun and fries. Teppan Edo- They had gluten free soy sauce. The tepinyaki chef made my daughters meal first at the table before cooking everybody elses. The bottom line. Eating gluten free in Table service restaurants is a breeze. I'm told any restaurant should be able to accomodate any dietary need. Just let them know in advance. Counter service is a bit more challenging, but here is what we experienced: MK Cosmic Rays has gluten free buns for burgers,hot dogs, and chicken sandwiches. Also rotisserie chicken. All the counter service placces have gluten free fries Pinocchio Village Haus- Amy's gluten free cheese pizza Pecos Bill's-gluten free burgers Main St Bakery-Gluten free brownie and cookies Epcot Boulangerie Patisserie-nothing gluten free Crepes des Chefs de France- nothing gluten free Liberty Inn- gluten free burgers and chicken tenders and brownies Sunshine Seasons Food Fair-turkey sandwich on gluten free bun AK- Flame Tree BBQ-excellent ribs Restaurantasaurus-gluten free burgers Disney Studios- Backlot Express- gluten free burgers and chicken tenders Pizza Planet-Amy's gluten free cheese pizza The only place they were a bit clueless was at the Marketplace at the Beach Club Resort where we stayed, but even there they sold prepackaged gluten free brownies and cookies. If there are any other gluten questions someone has, please feel free to contact me.