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Table Service (TS) Menu Questions [prices and allergy info]
Does anyone know if the new menus with notations about allergens are being used?
Also, I've noticed conflicting menu prices between WDW website and allears. Specifically, the Insalade Pollo at Via Napoli. Allears says it's $26. WDW website says $18. Quite a difference there! Which should I plan for?
Allears could be giving a seasonal price. I myself, for budgeting purposes, would go with the higher price only to make sure I have enough. I'd rather get a check with a price lower than what I budgeted than over it.
I'm with CinderAbby. We always budget for the higher price. If we look at a menu and there are 3 things that we could possibly order, we always budget for the higher price. So if the three items were $18, $26 and $32, we would budget for the $32 so that we could order any of the items and not worry about not having enough set aside.
Thanks for reposting that article. I knew I read it somewhere, but couldn't remember where. Hopefully, by the time we are there in September they will be available. I'll try to remember to take pictures of the menus to post.
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