Sunday, January 11, 2015

The Three Broomsticks Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Menu

Stopping by the Three Broomsticks on my way from London's Diagon Alley to Hogsmeade village and Hogwarts, I knew I had to stop by the Three Broomsticks for a bit of refreshment after the long train ride.

For those of you you who have no clue what I'm talking about, stick with me. The Three Broomsticks is a restaurant/pub featured in Harry Potter's Wizarding World that was brought to life in 2011 at Universal's Islands of Adventure (for further Harry Potter cannon explanation, try Google!). 

Upon visiting for a quick lunch, I discovered that the restaurant has a dedicated allergy binder covering both gluten-free a dairy-free options as well as the other major 8 (and some additional) allergens. 

The Three Broomsticks is open for breakfast from the park opening until 10:30 am and then serves lunch/dinner fare through the park closing. 

For my full review and additional information, click here.

Dairy Free


Gluten and Dairy Free

After data crunching the menus, here's the list of items that appear on both the gluten-free and dairy-free menus as safe fare:
  • Chicken platter
  • Baked potato
  • Split pea soup
  • Salads (dressings not dairy free)
  • Corn 
  • English breakfast (no scone/croissant)
  • American breakfast (no bread)
  • Continental breakfast 
For my full review and additional information, click here.

Disclaimer: Menus are based upon the information I have at the time of the review and do not reflect changes in ingredients or availability of items. Please contact the restaurant directly for up-to-date information and feel free to to contact me with any questions or comments. 


  1. Anthony Z.May 11, 2015

    But what about drinks such as Butterbeer? We're going this September and my wife has Celiac and would be devastated if she can't partake.

    1. Don't fret Anthony! I've got a post devoted entirely to drinks here:

  2. AnonymousMay 12, 2015

    Ah, wonderful! I didn't dig deep enough on here to check. That's great news! It's getting a little easier these days for someone with Celiac and that's a relief.

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    1. I'm so glad that this post is helpful Laura! I also was amazed that they had safe options. I hope you enjoy your next visit! :)

  4. I am planning a trip to universal for my family and my son is dairy free.... if your menu is still accurate and the kid's fingers are dairy free you will have made my week!!!

    1. I hope that's still the case! I hope someday to go back so I can make sure my posts are up to date. My friend Sarah from Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free at WDW had a great experience a year ago and the chef came up to talk with her:


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