Nearly all Disney operated quick service and table service restaurants now offer allergy-friendly menus - read on for details.
Stopped in for a snack and to enjoy the view of Small World in the air conditioning. Very quick service even though the restaurant looked busy, and got a table overlooking the ride.
Split a chicken nugget and fry basket which was ok. Lots of dipping options due to the many salad dressings available at the napkin station. Ordered the chocolate gelato for our six year old -skip it! Comes pre-packaged, and is too hard frozen for a plastic spoon. Also tastes very dark chocolate, not to our child's tastes. Also ordered bottled water which did not come out very cold, but two cups of ice remedied that.
Every time we've been, there isn't much of a crowd which is nice. They have a rather diverse menu which again is nice. According to my parents, the atmosphere hasn't changed since it opened. It's kind of quaint and has cute stained glass windows. Overall, not a bad place to have a quick dinner/lunch.
This is a good quick service restaurant.
The food quality & atmosphere are OK.
I would recommend it for a quick, filling meal.
The food here is good especially the salads, but I do enjoy all the details in theis restuarant like the stained glass and the murals. It's also fun if you cna grab a table overlooking 'It's a Small World.'
Pinocchio Village Haus is a large counter service restaurant at the Magic Kingdom, located in Fantasyland.