We live by way too many amusement parks in Southern California. You have Disneyland, The San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, Sea World, Six Flags and Legoland.
So we go every so often and I wanted to share what I have found.
They do a good job of offering GF food.
When you arrive, check in at Guest Services and ask for their gluten free dietary guide. This is what your options are as of today.
Burger Stop & Castle Burger - Hamburger with GF Bun and French Fries
Fun Town Hot Dog - Hot Dog with GF Bun and French Fries
Fun Town Market - Chicken Stir Fry without the sauce
Garden Restaurant - Tuna salad, turkey, roast beef
Granny's Apple Fries - Apple Fries
Knights' Table - Chicken without the sauce, corn on the cobb, salad
Ristorante Brickolini - GF pasta with marinara sauce
Sir Scoops A Lot - Sorbet
The Market - GF grab-n-go snacks
Upper Deck Sports Cafe - Hamburger
One of the snacks we have picked up at the stand is Oogie's Popcorn. They have butter flavor, cheddar and spicy. GF kettle corn is GF and made in Colorado.
Hope this helps in planning your next trip to Legoland. Again, be very specific about your allergies and always talk to the people and verify your food is GF. Be cautious about cross contamination.
Have a fun trip,
The Un-Gluten Guy