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Legoland California
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We may be heading there soon and I noticed on their website that they have a lot of gluten-free options. However, I'm wondering about cc. Anyone go recently who can share their experience?

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The last time I went there was about 10 years ago. We wern't worried about gluten-free at that time. I remember that back then, they had info for "special diets". We were just happy they had lots of fruit cups (not just pizza).

We loved it!

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I'm getting ready to go to the one in Florida and it looks even better in California.

http://california.legoland.com/en/plan/dietary_guide/

Oh, now I actually READ your post. Nope, no info about CC. :lol:

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It would be great if the OP can do a follow up post. Following up is very important to help others in our celiac community.

We went there a year ago and we did not get CC'd. I spoke to the manager at the hamburger place and told them our "allergy" (I always say allergy so they take it seriously) is severe and that we will get very sick if our food isn't handled carefully. They have a gluten free bun. It didn't taste good at all, but it was edible and filling.

The gluten free options are primarily junk food. At Disneyland they have a ton of healthy options including salmon salad and things like that. Legoland is pretty much burgers and fries. They do have a gluten free pasta but that would scare me in terms of CC so I wouldn't eat that. They also have the barbecued chicken with no sauce but of course the salad is wilted iceberg lettuce.

So basically you will eat food there that will fill you up but it's not exactly going to be healthy or taste all that great.

The apple fries are gluten free and those are YUMMY!

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