We've looked at the Best Disney World Park for Vegan Quick Service Food but which park is the worst?
Disney World is now a vegan paradise but not all options are created equal!
Which Disney Park is the worst for vegan quick service options?
Where will you have less choice and struggle to find good plant-based quick service food?
The winner (or loser!) is...
Magic Kingdom is a park with lots of quick service restaurants but not many good vegan meals.
Let's take a look at the vegan options to avoid in Magic Kingdom and the best of the worst vegan foods you can find.
THE WORST VEGAN QUICK SERVICE OPTIONS AT MAGIC KINGDOM
Let's take a look at some of the quick service restaurants in Magic Kingdom and why their vegan food food options are the worst out of all the Disney World Parks.
Pinocchio's Village Haus
This Italian themed quick service restaurant serves up uninspiring, basic, theme park food. The vegan option here is the Plant-Based 'Cheese' Pizza. You can never go wrong with pizza right? Wrong! This is one to skip over. There are much superior vegan offerings in Magic Kingdom so put this on your list to avoid!
Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe
At Cosmic Ray's you can order an Impossible Burger. Unfortunately it is very basic. It comes with standard burger toppings but nothing interesting. This meal is not particularly appetising and there is just nothing special about it. You can find much better burgers elsewhere in Disney World and better vegan food in Magic Kingdom.
Tomorrowland Terrace currently has a menu featuring items from the awesome Columbia Harbour House but none of their vegan options! Instead they have a new dish, the Harbour Salad. It is made with mixed greens, chickpeas, apples, candied walnuts, onion and a vinaigrette. It is nothing to write home about and it is super sad that the awesome vegan options from Columbia Harbour House haven't been put on the menu here!
THE BEST OF THE WORST!
It is not all bad news! These are the best quick service restaurants in Magic Kingdom for vegan options!
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe is one of the best quick service restaurants for vegans in Magic Kingdom. Here you will find the veggie rice bowl. This is the probably the most popular vegan option in Magic Kingdom currently. This bowl is made from yellow rice topped with grilled peppers and onion, black beans, lettuce, tomato and salsa.
The Friar's Nook
The Friar's Nook serves a Plant-Based Bratwurst and is one of the only places you can currently get a hot dog in Magic Kingdom. This dish is well rated and comes with sauerkraut (be sure to add some mustard too!). You also get a side of tots. If you are wanting a hot dog whilst Casey's is still closed then this is your spot!
Columbia Harbour House
Columbia Harbour House is my personal favourite quick service restaurant in Magic Kingdom. On the menu here is the Lighthouse Sandwich. This delicious sandwich is made from hummus and a tomato and broccoli slaw and comes with house-made chips. This is a really great sandwich to have on a hot day and it a unique offering. There is also a plant-based chilli on the menu. Unfortunately Columbia Harbour House is still temporarily closed so I cannot wait for its grand reopening!
This iconic Magic Kingdom location has two plant-based hot dogs on the menu. The 'Sausage' dog is your standard hot dog made with a plant-based sausage. The Loaded Slaw Dog is what you should come here for! It is a hot dog filled with a plant-based sausage and topped with a picked slaw, a roasted corn relish and a barbecue vegan aioli. Unfortunately Casey's is also still currently closed! Hopefully this popular quick service restaurant will open again soon!
There are some good options to be found in Magic Kingdom but overall it is the least impressive Disney World park for vegan quick service food. Even the best options in Magic Kingdom are surpassed by the other vegan meals available in the other Disney Parks.
Parks such as Animal Kingdom don't have as many quick service locations as Magic Kingdom, and therefore not as many options, but the vegan choices there are great!
Be sure to read my previous blog post we looked at the Best Disney Park for Quick Service Options to find out which park that is and just what the best plant-based options are!
What do you think about the vegan options in Magic Kingdom? Which quick service restaurants will you visit? And which ones will you avoid?
And be sure to visit my Vegan WDW page for all my blog posts about vegan Disney World, link to my Disney World vegan guides and articles about the best vegan food at Disney World and where to find it!
Also check out my Guide to Vegan Options In Magic Kingdom to find out every single vegan option in this park or 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!