There’s no excuse not to dine like a King at Magic Kingdom – even if you’re vegan. There’s everything from magical meals to Disney-themed nibbles, and some of the most famous snacks are surprisingly vegan, too. You’ve got the much raved-about Dole Whip in Adventure land, a creamy and refreshing pineapple-flavoured sorbet which attracts long queues of fans. Tofutti and Rice Dream ice-cream which you can grab from the Main Street Plaza Ice-Cream Parlour before watching the parades. And, the famous Mickey Mouse waffles and pretzels which are safe for you to snack on, too. If you’re after a big meal, try the famous ratatouille at the Be Our Guest restaurant in Fantasyland, the vegan pasta at the Lady & The Tramp-style Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, or the vegetarian chilli at Columbia Harbour House.
Top tip: Look out for the hidden Lady and the Tramp paw prints just outside Tony’s Town Square Restaurant.
The World Showcase section of Epcot boasts 11 pavilions full of food and drink from countries around the world including Japan, Germany, Canada and even the UK. So, of course, there are plenty of international vegan dishes for you to choose from. Top options include the vegetable roll at Katsura Grill in Japan, the guacamole con totopos at La Cantina de San Angel in Mexico, and the delectable vegetarian platter or falafel wrap in Morocco. When it comes to the sweet stuff, you can swap honey for a maple syrup fix at the Canada pavilion with maple sugar candies and maple cookies on offer, or grab some dairy-free dark chocolate from the Germany pavilion. If you’re planning to visit Disney in September and October, don’t miss the Epcot Food and Wine Festival for even more vegan treats to try, like vegan Moussaka and vegan Korean BBQ. It’s one of the biggest food festivals in the world and free to attend with your park ticket.
There’s no shortage of starry snacks and movie-themed meal options at Hollywood Studios. You’ve got the grilled vegetable pizza at Toy Story Pizza Planet, the pho noodle bowl at Hollywood Brown Derby and veggie burgers at the Sunset Market Ranch area. You can’t wander around an entire movie-themed park without grabbing some popcorn, either. And, you’ll be pleased to hear that the caramel and even butter flavoured popcorn are both vegan, so you can munch away while you’re watching Fantasmic. If you’re after a healthier snack, you can pick up some fruit, veggies and hummus from the Anaheim Produce cart – they even have pickles, too.
Animal Kingdom has a wide range of African and American-inspired snacks and there’s even a dedicated food stall, Mr. Kamal's Vegetarian Cart, which has plenty of vegan options – you’ll find it on the path between Kilimanjaro Safari and Expedition Everest. Here, you can feast on mini samosas, Asian noodle salad and hummus with pita bread and vegetables, plus they do a great falafel sandwich. Gardens Kiosk is another fab vegan spot with snacks including rice chips, vegan granola bars, cupcakes, cookies and donuts. And, if you’re looking for something a bit more substantial, try the vegan pizza at Pizzafari, the chickpea wat or chana tikki at the African-Indian restaurant Sanaa, or tuck into a whole buffet spread at Tusker House which offers over 20 vegan options like tofu and tabbouleh.
Not only can you take your own snacks into the park, Walt Disney World are really accommodating for vegans or any dietary requirements. So if you have a restaurant reservation, you can call ahead to see what options they have – and often they’ll whip up something especially for you.
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