This is the BEST Disney Park for Vegan Table Service Food!
Updated: Jul 29, 2021
Calling all Disney World vegans! Roll up and find out which Disney World Park has the best vegan food at their table service restaurants!
Since 2019, when Disney World announced they would be adding plant-based options across hundreds of their restaurants, we have seen a HUGE amount of vegan food come to the Disney Parks. There are now so many options to choose from, but just which park offers the best plant-based dishes at their table service restaurants?
The winner is...
This Disney World park has a large amount of table service restaurants and a surprisingly good amount of tasty vegan options!
Let's look at the best vegan foods you will find in Magic Kingdom at the table service restaurants!
The Best Table Service Restaurants in Magic Kingdom for Vegan Food
Here are the best table service restaurants in Magic Kingdom and the vegan food you can order there!
Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen
This dining location is one of the best restaurants for vegans in all the Disney World Parks. This Jungle Cruise themed eatery offers Asian cuisine and has lots of delicious vegan options!
Choose from the Falls Family Falafel appetizer, the Curried Vegetable Crew Stew or the spicy
Perkins Thai Noodles as your entree and the Panna-Connie's Congo Lime Delight dessert, which is a Lime 'Panna Cotta' served with Mango-Lime Sorbet and Fresh Fruit. The perfect, refreshing way to end your meal!
With so much awesome plant-based food to choose from at this restaurant you will leave happy and full!
The Crystal Palace
This Main Street restaurant offers a set menu where you can enjoy three courses. To start with is a Seasonal Salad made with mixed greens, cucumber, tomato, carrot, pickled onion, candied pecans and red pepper-dijon vinaigrette. The main is the star of the show! The Southern-fried Cauliflower is a great entree and comes with a hot maple drizzle, roasted potatoes and vegetables. To end the meal you are served a delightful strawberry shortcake.
Liberty Tree Tavern
At this colonial themed restaurant you can dine on the All-You-Care-To-Enjoy Plant-Based Tavern Keeper's Feast! You are served three courses and you can order more of the foods you like the most! A winner all around!
Start with the Declaration Salad before enjoying the Impossible Meatloaf which comes with mashed potatoes, vegetables and mushroom gravy, then finish up with a warm apple cake with caramel and whipped topping. Come here with a big appetite!
Cinderella's Royal Table
This signature dining location is perfect for a special occasion as you get to dine inside Cinderella Castle!
The vegan options here are the Castle Salad to start with, which is made from mixed greens, toasted pumpkin seeds, riesling-marinated golden raisins, pink lady apples and a maple-balsamic vinaigrette. For the main you are served a Chickpea Panisse, which comes with a tomato jam, roasted carrots, chermoula-spiced garbanzos and chive powder. End the meal with Coffee Pots de Crème, which is coffee-infused coconut custard, passion fruit gelée, and crumbled chocolate-espresso beans. Yum!
A great meal in a beautiful setting. What more could you ask for?
The Plaza is a hidden gem restaurant! This is also one of the only places in Disney World where you can get a vegan milkshake! It is worth a visit for that alone!
This restaurant recently updated its menu and now serves a chili appetizer, a Chili Impossible Burger entree and the famous Dark Chocolate-Banana Bread Pudding with Soy Milk Frozen Dessert!
The Best Table Service Restaurants Near To Magic Kingdom For Vegan Food
Another reason why Magic Kingdom comes out on top is that there are also lots of amazing table service restaurants in close proximity to this park at the Disney hotels around Seven Seas Lagoon.
You can easily visit these resorts using the monorail or Disney Boats. Two resorts are even within walking distance from Magic Kingdom! A 5 minute walk away is the Contemporary Resort and a 15 minute walk away is the Grand Floridian Resort!
You can stop by one of these restaurants for breakfast before your park day, pop out for a break and enjoy lunch in a relaxed resort setting or stop by for dinner after you leave Magic Kingdom for the day.
Let's look at the best vegan food you will find near Magic Kingdom.
California Grill at the Contemporary Resort
California Grill sits on the top floor of the Contemporary Resort and has wonderful views over Magic Kingdom. This is a great signature dining restaurant to visit for a special occasion. Book a table at sunset for maximum effect!
On the menu is so vegan sushi called the Forbidden Roll, which is made with forbidden black rice, shiitake mushrooms, pickled mango and a smoked paprika aïoli. The main is a Plant-Based Pasta made with in season vegetables. The star of the show is the Plant-Based Blueberry Doughnut. This dessert is raved about! It is made with a baked Plant-Based doughnut, blueberry “fauxyo”, blueberry gin jam and a pistachio crumble.
Incredible foods, high end service and stunning views await you at California Grill!
The Wave...of American Flavors at the Contemporary Resort
This hidden gem restaurant has some fantastic vegan options for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
On the breakfast menu is a vegan classic: Avocado Toast. It is a really good avocado toast! A seasonal fruit plate and oatmeal are also available.
For lunch and dinner be sure to order the Cauliflower Taco. This is an awesome dish not to be missed! You can also get a Tikka Masala curry and a Carrot Cake with cashew cream cheese icing for dessert. You won't be disappointed if you eat here!
Narcoossee's at the Grand Floridian Resort
Narcoossee's is a signature dining restaurant at the Grand Floridian Resort. There are three courses of vegan options here. To start with is the Barbecued Crispy Eggplant, which is served with wilted spinach, fried chickpeas and a charred onion vinaigrette. The entree is Sweet Potato Gnocchi. To end the meal order the Southern-style Carrot Cake which comes with pineapple popping boba, praline croquant, salted caramel and candied pecan-coconut milk frozen dessert.
Grand Floridian Cafe at the Grand Floridian Resort
If you are looking to have a relaxing meal in the olde worlde charm of the Grand Floridian Resort be sure to book a table at the Grand Floridian Cafe.
This restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The breakfast and lunch menus are the same and offer an Avocado Toast, an Impossible Burger and a Miso Glazed Tofu dish (on the menu it is listed as Miso Glazed Salmon. Swap the salmon to tofu to make this dish vegan).
For dinner the appetizer is a Grilled Romaine Market Salad, the entree is an Impossible Burger or the Miso Glazed Tofu and the dessert is an Apple Crisp with a Coconut-Based Frozen Dessert on the side.
Ohana at the Polynesian Village Resort
One of the most beloved restaurants at Disney World is Ohana at the Polynesian Village Resort.
The Plant-Based Breakfast Skillet offers you seasonal fruit, plant-based eggs, plant-based sausage, fried potatoes, plant-based Mickey waffles and a cinnamon sugar doughnut.
The new vegan options in the Plant-Based Dinner Skillet hasn't been released yet, ahead of Ohana's grand reopening on July 9th, but previously on offer was chips and dips, a salad, the famous Ohana noodles, stir fry, pulled jackfruit, Beyond sausage and sweet and sour 'Chicken'. We can expect to see a similar menu when Ohana reopens!
Be sure to book your reservations for Ohana as soon as you can as it is one of the hardest to get, it is that good!
Kona Cafe at the Polynesian Village Resort
If you are looking for a unique breakfast option be sure to stop by Kona Cafe on your way to Magic Kingdom one morning.
Here you can have the classic Polynesian dish, Loco Moco. Kona Cafe served a plant-based version of this breakfast meal, which is made from plant-based eggs, plant-based sausage, coconut milk, rice and pico de gallo.
Another iconic Kona Cafe item is the Tonga Toast, which can be made vegan on request. This fan favourite dish is made from a banana-stuffed french toast that has been rolled in cinnamon sugar and deep-fried and is served with a strawberry compote.
If you are looking for lighter options oatmeal served with apples and a fruit cup are also on the breakfast menu.
For lunch and dinner the vegan option is a Vegetable Bowl, which is made from a jasmine broth, glass noodle, pineapple tofu and umami tomato.
Whispering Canyon Cafe at Wilderness Lodge
For fans of barbecue you will not want to miss a visit to Whispering Canyon! This restaurant is famous for its skillets full of barbecue classics and there is a vegan skillet!
Be sure to visit at dinner time to try this out. The plant-based skillet contains maple-chipotle barbecued jackfruit, spicy 'sausage', mustard-glazed beefless tips, herb-brushed chick'n, roasted potatoes, oven-roasted carrots, sautéed green beans and charred peppers.
At dinner you can also order the Maple-Chipotle Barbecue-braised Jackfruit Dip appetizer and the Pan-fired Red Quinoa Cakes as an entree (which are super popular!)
For dessert on the menu is a Rice Milk Panna Cotta served with marionberries and strawberries.
Whispering Canyon also has vegan options at breakfast and lunch.
At breakfast time don't miss out on the Pepper Jack 'Cheese' Frittata which comes with peppers, onions, spicy sausage and breakfast potatoes. Such a great breakfast dish!
On the lunch menu is a Seared Impossible Burger which comes in a brioche bun and is topped with a spicy aïoli, Pepper Jack 'cheese', bibb Lettuce, tomato, caramelized onions, and a side of sweet potato fries.
Character Dining Near Magic Kingdom
There are also three Character Dining Meals in the Disney resorts near Magic Kingdom with vegan options!
Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary Resort
This iconic character dining location has vegan options for both breakfast and dinner! Here you can also see Mickey and his pals whilst you dine!
For breakfast enjoy Tofu Scramble, Plant-Based Mickey Waffles and Fruit Salad.
At dinner dine on a Seasonal Plant-Based Salad, Farro Fried Rice, a Tofu Bowl, a Vegetable Plate and a Chocolate Raspberry Tart.
These meals are all-you-care-to-enjoy so you can order more of the foods you like the most!
1900 Park Fare at the Grand Floridian Resort - Temporarily Closed
At this charming restaurant you can dine with Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine and the Ugly Stepsisters at dinner and Alice in Wonderland characters for breakfast.
Previously these meals were buffets, which are great for vegans as you can eat as much of the items you enjoy as you like! At the moment no buffet restaurants are open or have reopened as family-style dining. It will be interesting to see what form 1900 Park Fare comes back as.
Previously the vegan options were:
Zoodles with Roasted Vegetables
Orange Chocolate Cake
If you speak to the chef they have been known to make something off-menu for you!
Storybook Dining at Artist Point with Snow White at Wilderness Lodge - Temporarily Closed
If you are a fan of the Disney classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs this is a character dining meal that cannot be missed! See Snow White, Dopey, Grumpy and meet the Evil Queen!
The interior is made to look like a German forest and is whimsical! This is such an immersive character dining experience with a unique menu and one to add to your 'must do' list!
This restaurant is temporarily closed but the vegan options prior to closing were:
Wicked Summer Roll
Herbed Portobello Mushrooms
Rotten Apple Chocolate Dessert
There are just so many amazing table service vegan options in Magic Kingdom, and the surrounding resorts, to enjoy which is what makes it the best Disney World Park for vegans looking for a table service meal!
Don't forget that any time you see the green leaf symbol on a Disney menu that means the dish is plant-based and therefore suitable for vegans!
Be sure to check out my posts to find out Which Disney Park Has The Best Quick Service Vegan Options and the worst so you know exactly where to eat, and where to avoid, on your next Disney World trip!
Head to my Vegan WDW page to find out all the best vegan food in Magic Kingdom as well as the other Disney World Parks, Disney Springs and Disney World Resorts! You will also find links to all my blog posts about everything vegan at Disney World and links to my handy vegan guides to Disney World!
This was just a taste of the vegan options available at Magic Kingdom! If you want to know all the vegan foods at Magic Kingdom check out my Guide to Vegan Options at Magic Kingdom or take a look at my Guide To Which Vegan Options are Currently Available at Disney World which is a 45 page list of every vegan option in every Disney World Park, the Disney World Resorts and Disney Springs!