Due to A.J.’s seafood allergies, we weren’t able to sample the award-winning shrimp and grits that earned The King and Prince Resort the “People’s Choice” award at the 2012 Wild Shrimp Festival on St. Simons Island. Shrimp and grits is just one of the southern dishes your family can enjoy at the resort.
See our video review of Fall Family Fun at the King and Prince Resort for more on the beaches, pools and bikes we enjoyed.
Can you also find healthy foods your children will love at the resort restaurants?
Does anyone in your family have food allergies like A.J. that make eating out complicated?
What if you’d like to cook your own food while you’re staying at the King and Prince?
Interviews with King and Prince Resort Dining Staff
Disclosure: The King and Prince Beach and Golf Resort provided complimentary
accomodations and activities for my family to review.
All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Very cool you can grill your own food – and right by the pool! Looks like a really nice place, great vlog interview!
Great post. No food allergies for us (thank goodness) but we do have a picky eater and we always tend to look at the menu before we go in to eat somewhere to make sure they have something he would eat.
I also have a shellfish allergy, so I have not been able to eat shrimp without getting really sick since I was pregnant. 🙁 But this resort does look amazing, even shrimp-less!
Looks like a fabulous restaurant but i hate that you couldn’t try the Shrimp and Grits! I’m a southern girl so that is one of my favs!
The shrimp and grits look yummy! We haven’t come across any allergies with our 2 year old yet, but I doubt he’d want to try the seafood anyway. He’s a bit picky!!