If you are planning a trip to Disney World and you are a vegan, or travellling with someone who is vegan, many questions pop into your head. Where can we eat? Will it be difficult? What are the best restaurants for vegan options? I am here to answer them all!
Here are the answers to the most Googled questions about being vegan at Disney World!
Are There Vegan Options at Disney World?
Yes! In fact there are hundreds!
In 2019 Disney announced they would be added plant-based options to hundreds of restaurants at Disney World.
Now nearly all restaurants at Disney World will have at least one vegan option!
Disney also introduced the green leaf symbol to highlight which dishes are plant-based so finding vegan food is now easier than ever!
Check out my Vegan WDW page to download your FREE PDF files that contain every single vegan option available in the Disney World Parks, Disney World Resorts and Disney Springs!
How to Eat Vegan at Disney World?
Just look out for the green leaf symbol (the one in the photo at the top of the page)! Disney introduced this symbol to their menus to make it easier to find plant-based options.
Any dish with the green leaf symbol is free from meat, fish, dairy, eggs and honey.
Disney chefs are also accommodating so if there is a dish you would like to modify to make it vegan please feel free to ask!
Where to Eat Vegan at Disney World?
Luckily you can eat almost anywhere! Almost all restaurants and snack locations will have vegan options. Disney menus will have the green leaf symbol to easily identify plant-based dishes.
Some restaurants at Disney World that aren't owned by Disney may have vegan options but they may not be easily marked on the menu. If this is the case please ask your server what can be made vegan. They will check with the chef and let you know!
Vegan at Disney World Magic Kingdom
Some of the best restaurants for vegan food in Magic Kingdom are:
Jungle Navigation Skipper
The Crystal Palace
Liberty Tree Tavern
Cinderella Royal Table
Columbia Harbour House
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe
Don't forget snacks! Visit Aloha Isle, Sunshine Tree Terrace and Storybook Treats for different flavours of Dole Whip, visit The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor for vegan ice cream and peanut butter sauce and try the Insta-worthy Mickey Pretzel or famous Disney World popcorn as they are both vegan!
Vegan Disney World Epcot
Best options in EPCOT include:
Rose & Crown Dining Room
Spice Road Table
Regal Eagle Smokehouse
For snacks try the kakigori from Kabuki Cafe, seasonal sorbet in a waffle cone from L'Artisan des Glaces and the Cookies 'n' Cream Mousse from Sunshine Seasons!
Find out the best vegan food options in EPCOT currently!
Vegan Disney World Hollywood Studios
Some of the best restaurants for vegan food in Hollywood Studios are:
Sci-Fi Dine-In Theatre
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
Woody's Lunch Box
Rosie's All-American Cafe
The snacks to try in this park include the Blue and Green Milk from Milk Stand, the Buttered Blue Grains from Kat Saka's Kettle, Tofutti Ice Cream from Hollywood Scoops and the Andoan Fruit with Muja Sauce from Ronto Roasters.
Find out the very best vegan foods currently at Hollywood Studios!
Vegan Food Disney World Animal Kingdom
Some of the best options are:
Yak and Yeti Restaurant
Flame Tree Barbecue
For snacks stop by Tamu Tamu Refreshments for Dole Whip, Dino-Bite Snacks from dairy-free ice cream in a waffle cone and Pongu Pongu for the Night Blossom drink! (Be sure to check the boba balls are vegan because suppliers can change).
Vegan Disney World Resorts
The best restaurants for vegans at the Disney World resorts are:
Sanaa at Animal Kingdom Lodge
California Grill at the Contemporary Resort
Narcoossee's at the Grand Floridian Resort
Ohana at the Polynesian Village Resort
Citricos at the Grand Floridian Resort
Topolino's Terrace at the Riviera Resort
Boma at Animal Kingdom Lodge
Sebastian's Bistro at Caribbean Beach Resort.
Vegan Disney World Disney Springs
Disney Springs is a large dining, shopping and entertainment complex. Not all the restaurants at Disney Springs are owned by Disney so they may not have the green leaf symbol or clearly label what the vegan options are. Please speak to your server or the chef and they will be able to let you know what dishes are vegan or can be modified to be made vegan.
Some of the best options at Disney Springs are:
Blaze Fast Fire'd Pizza
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar
Erin McKenna Bakery NYC
Also don't miss out on the Purple Glazed Vegan Ube Doughnut from Everglazed Doughnuts and Cold Brew, Peanut Butter Cold Brew from Gideon's and Dole Whip from Marketplace Snacks.
Erin McKenna Bakery NYC is a fully vegan and gluten-free bakery so all the sweet treats here are available to enjoy!
Check out the best vegan meals at Disney Springs!
Vegan Disney World Food and Wine Festival
The EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival takes place each year from August - November. Over 20 stalls serve up delicious foods and beverages from all around the world. This is a foodies paradise!
Luckily each year more and more plant-based options are added!
Each stall has its own menu on display and vegan options will have the green leaf symbol clearly marked. There are usually a few extra dishes that can be made vegan with some simple modifications.
Visiting Disney World during this festival gives you even more vegan options to try!
Best Vegan Disney World
Some of the best vegan options at Disney World are:
Lighthouse Sandwich from Columbia Harbour House in Magic Kingdom
Loaded Slaw Dog from Casey's Corner in Magic Kingdom
Perkin's Thai Noodles from Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen in Magic Kingdom
Impossible Meatloaf from Liberty Tree Tavern in Magic Kingdom
BBQ Jackfruit Burger from Regal Eagle Smokehouse in EPCOT
Vegan Fish and Chips from Rose & Crown Pub in EPCOT
Pomegranate-Chili Crispy Cauliflower from Spice Road Table in EPCOT
Vegan Poutine from Le Cellier in EPCOT
Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread from Docking Bay 7 in Hollywood Studios
Zuchii Wrap from Ronto Roasters in Hollywood Studios
Toasted Lobster Roll from Rosie's All American Cafe in Hollywood Studios
Totchos from Woody's Lunch Box in Hollywood Studios
Chili Spiced Tofu Bowl from Satu'li Canteen in Animal Kingdom
Impossible Burger from House of Blues in Disney Springs
Boma Buffet from Boma at Animal Kingdom Lodge
Bread Service from Sanaa at Animal Kingdom Lodge
Taste of the Caribbean Set Menu from Sebastian's Bistro at Caribbean Beach Resort
Plant-Based Blueberry Doughnuts from California Grill at the Contemporary Resort
Plant-Based Loco Moco from Kona Cafe at the Polynesian Village Resort
Plant-Based Tonga Toast from Kona Cafe at the Polynesian Village Resort
Ohana Breakfast and Dinner Platters at Ohana at the Polynesian Village Resort
Grilled Vegetable Skewer from Primo Piatto at the Riviera Resort
Wild Mushroom Scramble from Topolino's Terrace at the Riviera Resort
Pepper Jack 'Cheese' Fritatta from Whispering Canyon Cafe at Wilderness Lodge
Plant-Based Barbecue Skillet from Whispering Canyon Cafe at Wilderness Lodge
To find out a full list of every vegan option currently available at Disney World check out my Guide to Vegan Options Currently Available at Walt Disney World.
Vegan Dinner Disney World
If you are looking for a fantastic restaurant to enjoy dinner in here are some of the best choices:
Cinderella's Royal Table in Magic Kingdom
Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen in Magic Kingdom
Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater in Hollywood Studios
Le Cellier in EPCOT
Spice Road Table in EPCOT
Tiffins Restaurant in Animal Kingdom
Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Animal Kingdom