Vegan Disney World’s Favorite Dishes of 2014

As the year is coming to an end we thought we would share our top 5 favorite meals from Disney World during 2014. There are so many great vegan dishes offered in Disney World so this was hard to pick just 5. So let’s dive right in!


5. Coral Reef’s Marinated Grilled Vegetables and Vegetarian Chick’n Breast
Crispy Gardein Chick’n Breast over a bed of black rice, gilled vegetables and a tomato vinaigrette. This dish is great for lunch and dinner and will keep you full! If you like crunchy, breaded faux meat with tangy vinaigrette this is the dish for you.


4. Tokyo Dining’s Vegetable Sushi
A roll of veggie sushi with seaweed salad, white rice and steamed vegetables. This is a light meal full of fresh vegetables. Honorable mention from Tokyo Dining is the great view of World Showcase if you get a table near the window.


3. Tusker House Buffet
So many choices! You don’t have to feel like a burden to a chef when you’re eating here because 75% of the buffet is already vegan. Samosas, couscous, tofu and much much more.

Beauty shot of Tonga Toast
2. Kona Cafe’s Tonga Toast
Deep-fried sourdough stuffed with bananas, rolled in cinnamon sugar and covered in maple syrup. I don’t think we need to explain much more. My mouth is watering just because of the picture. Make sure to request it to be made with soy milk to keep it vegan. All of the food we ate

1. Trails End Buffet via Chef TJ
This meat and comfort food heavy buffet seems like an unlikely spot to find a delicious vegan meal, but there is a hidden gem hiding in the kitchen. Chef TJ is known among Disney loving vegans for his multi-course gourmet vegan meals. You will not leave hungry, in fact you may gain a few pounds from the experience, and it is so worth it. Spring rolls, spicy buns, soup and crispy tofu to name a few items you’ll enjoy when you visit Chef TJ.

We hope you enjoyed our best of 2014 dishes. We look forward to the new dishes of 2015 and thank you for supporting our blog!

Corey & Melissa

What were your favorite Disney meals in 2014? Tell us in the comments.

Author: Melissa Kramer

Back in 2014 I created Vegan Disney World after going to Walt Disney World several times and finding no resource for vegan options. Corey and I began this blog from our trips and have now moved closer to the mouse to eat around the parks on a weekly basis. Since the blog started we have cruised on Disney Cruise Line, gone to Tokyo Disneyland and to Disneyland in California!

5 thoughts

    1. Hi Krista! The Tonga Toast can be made vegan by using soy milk instead. You just have to get a chef willing to make it for you. Hope you can get it next time!

  1. This website so wonderful! We are going to Disney in March, so I’m super excited to try these dishes. I was worried about having to eat a boring salads for the whole trip, but I’m so pleasantly surprised at the options! Thank you!

  2. Meals by Chef TJ at Trail’s End was definitely one of my favorites! I also really liked the falafel burger at Grand Floridian Cafe.

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