A Chick’n Sandwich at Liberty Inn

This post reflects our experience from September of 2016.

Do you ever have those days where you really just want french fries? No? Maybe it was just because I was pregnant at the time and really craving something salty and warm. While wandering World Showcase in Disney World’s Epcot we were searching for lunch. I was determined to get myself some french fries so I ran over to Liberty Inn.

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Liberty Inn features American food in the widely diverse World Showcase in Epcot. This restaurant features meals you find pretty much all over Disney World, but for those not looking to try Moroccan food it can be a good option. There is plenty of indoor and outdoor seating here. One of the key features of Liberty Inn is that they offer a Gardein Chick’n Breast meal. The Freshly Grilled Vegetarian “Chick’n” Breast is on the menu and is vegan without a mayo based sauce on the breast. It includes a corn salsa, guacamole, lettuce and tomato.  When we went I wasn’t looking to have this, if you’d like to see our review of it previously check it out here.

I had seen people get the Gardein Chick’n Breast on sandwiches here, and since I wanted french fries that was the ideal situation. I walked up to the cast member and began asking her about my options with this. She suggested I order the Grilled Chicken with Bacon and sub the real meat for the Gardein and remove the bacon and cheese. This sandwich now had avocado and is on a brioche bun, so you should be able to keep the avocado and swap the bun. The buns here occasionally have honey, so if this is something you avoid be sure to check the allergy binder and see what your bread options are.

Vegan Chick’n Sandwich

After a couple minutes of waiting, my sandwich arrived and it was as expected, a Gardein Chick’n Breast with lettuce, tomato and bread and some french fries. I went over to the condiments counter and got some BBQ sauce for it to give it some life.

Vegan Chick’n Sandwich

The sandwich was okay, the fries were kind of cold. The chick’n breast didn’t have a ton of flavor, so the BBQ sauce helped. It was a pretty cheap meal, about $12, and it kept me pretty full for a while. If you’re looking for something quick and simple this is a pretty solid option.

Pro tip: our friends over at Philly Vegans have upgraded this meal by grabbing a baguette from Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in France and building their own sandwich with the Freshly Grilled Vegetarian “Chick’n” Breast entree in Liberty Inn. This is a good way to avoid that honey/bun situation.

Would we go back?
Yeah, it’s not great but it’s easy!


Corey & Melissa

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!

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