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Best Vegan Options Currently at Walt Disney World

Disney World has so many amazing options for vegans!


Since reopening in July 2020 a number of restaurants have been welcoming guests back. Here is a list of the best restaurants and food options for vegans that are currently available at the Disney World Parks, Disney Springs and the Disney Resorts.


Bon appetit!



Magic Kingdom


Aloha Isle for Dole Whip!


Pecos Bills Tall Tale Inn and Café for the Vegetable Rice Bowl.


Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper’s Canteen for Fall's Family Falafel, Perkins Thai Noodles, Curried Vegetable Crew Stew and Panna-Connie's Congo Lime Delight. (So much to choose from!)


Liberty Tree Tavern for the Impossible Meatloaf.


The Plaza Restaurant for the Dark Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding dessert and vegan milkshakes!


Cinderella's Royal Table for the Chickpea Panisse.




EPCOT


L'Artisan des Glaces for seasonal sorbets in a waffle cone.


Regal Eagle Smokehouse for the Plant-Based BBQ Burger or the Power Green Salad with Jackfruit.


Sunshine Seasons for the Cookies and Cream Mousse Cup.


Rose & Crown Dining Room for vegan fish & chips, savory Impossible Hot Pot, vegan Bangers and Mash.


Spice Road Table for the Mediterranean Vegetable Platter.




Hollywood Studios


Milk Stand for the Green and Blue Milk.


ABC Commissary for the Curry Rice Bowl.


Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo for the Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread.


Rosie's All-American Diner for the Toasted 'Lobster' Roll.


Mama Melrose’s Italiano Ristorante for the Polenta Cake, Mushrooms and Herbed Cauliflower.


Sci-Fi Dine-In Theatre for the Flying Saucer Impossible Burger and the Cookie Shake.




Animal Kingdom


Satu’li Canteen for the Chili Spiced Tofu with a Charred Onion Vinaigrette and Black Beans and Rice or Sweet Potato Hash


Flame Tree Barbecue for the Hot Link Smokehouse Sausage.


Yaki and Yeti Restaurant for the Roasted Vegetable Bowl, Vegetable Lo Mein with Tofu or the Beyond Burger.


Tiiffins Restaurant for the Tinga Taco, North African Spiced Tofu and Passiona Fruit Tapioca Creme.




Disney Springs


Erin McKenna's Bakery NYC for everything! This entire bakery is vegan and gluten-free!


Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza to build your own pizza! Choose any toppings you like, vegan cheese and vegan chorizo are available!


D-Luxe Burger for the Pacific Island Burger.


Frontera Cocina for the Garlicky Mushroom and Eggplant Tacos (specify vegan when ordering).


City Works Eatery & Pour House for the Fried Pickle and Kung Pao Cauliflower.




Disney Resorts


Topolino’s Terrace at the Riviera Resort for the Wild Mushroom Scramble at one of the only character dining experiences at Disney World for breakfast.


Grand Floridian Café at the Grand Floridian Resort for Avocado Toast for breakfast and the Grilled Romaine Market Salad for dinner.


Roaring Fork at Wilderness Lodge for the Zesty Slaw Burger.


Narcoossee’s at the Grand Floridian Resort for the Barbecued Crispy Eggplant, Endive and Pear Salad, Crispy Organic Tofu, Sweet Potato Gnocchi and Carrot Cake!


Sanaa at Animal Kingdom Lodge for the famous Bread Service (specify vegan when ordering), Biriyani, Samosas, Salad Sampler and Potje Inspired Harvest and Kheer.


The Wave...of American Flavors at the Contemporary Resort for Avocado Toast for breakfast.


Whispering Canyon Café at Wilderness Lodge for the Pepper Jack 'Cheese' Frittata for breakfast or the Plant-Based Barbecue Skillet for lunch and dinner.


Kona Café at the Polynesian Village Resort for the Plant-Based Loco Moco for a Polynesian breakfast.


Ale & Compass Restaurant at the Yacht Club Resort for the Breakfast Protein Bowl.




So much delicious food! What dishes do you want to try? Let me know in the comments below or on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter!



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