Dining in Disney World is much more than theme park food and fried, carb-heavy meals. In fact, Disney employs a whole team of chefs and culinary artists who create a variety of meals including grab and go, quick-service, simple table-service, and more elaborate, top-tier dining.
Through it all, Disney prides itself on being able to accommodate almost any dietary restriction – some of which don’t even require advanced notice. You may remember back in September 2018 that Disney added allergy-friendly menu items to their mobile ordering app.
They’ve now made available a plant-based cuisine guide, which will make it easier for guests to find items that are not made with animal meat or any other animal products. Most items on the list contain no animal meat, but a leaf indicates items that contain no animal products at all.
At this point, the plant-based cuisine guide is only available in Magic Kingdom. It is broken down by land and then by restaurant.
On Main Street USA: Tony’s Town Square, Casey’s Corner, The Crystal Palace, and The Plaza Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor offer plant-based options.
In Adventureland: Sunshine Tree Terrace, Tortuga Tavern, Skipper Canteen, and Aloha Isle
In Frontierland: Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café and Westward Ho
In Liberty Square: Liberty Tree Tavern, The Diamond Horseshoe, Columbia Habour House, Liberty Square Market, and Sleepy Hollow
In Tomorrowland: Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café and Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies
In Fantasyland (which has the most options): Cinderella’s Royal Table, Pinocchio Villa Haus, Be Our Guest Restaurant, The Friar’s Nook, Gaston’s Tavern, Prince Eric’s Village Market, Cheshire Café, and Storybook Treats.
On the list is a variety of foods as well including chips and hummus, soft-service ice cream, salads, noodles, burgers, pasta, beverages, fruits and veggies, pretzels, and of course Dole Whip. Some popular foods are also safe like the fried Twinkie and the Cheshire Cattail.
If you want one of these handy guides for your trip to Magic Kingdom, just stop by any dining location, a Guest Experience Team kiosk, or Guest Relations in either City Hall or Liberty Square ticket office.
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