Pinocchio Village Haus Flatbread

This review reflects our experience from February 2018. 

Looking for quick service in Magic Kingdom can seem pretty bland, lots of chicken tenders and burgers on all the menus. Once you do some research you can find there is more options that you wouldn’t expect. One of those options can be found at Pinocchio’s Village Haus in Fantasyland.

Pinocchio’s Village Haus

When looking at the menu you see various flatbreads, chicken tenders and other non-vegan friendly items. We approached the cast member and asked to see the allergy menu, which is always a safe start for what we may be able to have.

Pinocchio Allergy Menu

I mentioned being vegan and getting a vegan flatbread since there is a milk allergy friendly option. She knew exactly what I was looking for and started to place our order. I requested two vegan Caprese Flatbreads, you can also just get plain cheese.

Menu Board

Once we placed our order the cast member gave us a pager and our receipt. We went to find a table and waited for the buzzer to go off which would let us know that our food was ready. After about 15 minutes our buzzer went off and I went to retrieve our flatbreads from where we had ordered.

Buzzer and allergy receipt
The pizzas smelled great, we were ready to dig in! The allergy friendly/vegan flatbreads are on a different crust, which makes them a bit smaller than the other flatbreads we saw. We were both surprised to see actual fresh basil on the pizzas, and the vegan cheese used here is Daiya mozzarella.
Vegan Caprese Flatbread
Vegan Caprese Flatbread

The pizza itself was pretty good. There were several flavors in the pizza that really made it a tasty dish. The fresh basil and balsamic really impressed us for a Disney pizza. Our only issue with the pizza was that it wasn’t very filling. There are fries here so if you are hungrier we suggest getting those as a side as well. This is another great quick service option if you’re spending the day at Magic Kingdom, although Pecos Bill’s will always be our favorite.

Now, remember, Pinocchio: be a good boy. And always let your conscience be your guide.


Would we go back?
For sure, we’ll never turn down pizza!

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!

9 thoughts

  1. I went today and they no longer have the caprese option, just the cheese, still super good though!

  2. Ordered the vegan caprese flatbread today and they no longer carry the balsamic glaze! 🙁 Such a bummer because that makes it caprese instead of just margarita.

  3. Last time we were in WDW they said the Milk allergy-friendly crust and the Egg allergy-friendly crust were different so no crust was actually vegan, but the cheese is. That was in 2016 though so maybe that has changed?

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