2016 has come to an end, we want to thank you all for following along with us for another year! As this year comes to an end, it means it’s time for Vegan Disney World’s favorite dishes of 2016. So let’s take a quick trip into our favorite things we ate this year.
As we come to the end of another year we have put together our favorite foods of 2015. This year we decided to include more than just meals. So let’s follow Stacey J and start our journey!
Seared Tofu Ratatouille from Citricos – Citricos is a Signature Restaurant at the the Grand Floridian Resort and Spa. This dish features zucchini noodles, lentils, fresh vegetables and seared tofu with a tomato sauce. This is one the freshest meals we’ve had on property. Continue reading →
This review reflects our experience from October 2015.
Looking for a down-home meal in the Wilderness? Head on out to Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground and feast at Trail’s End. Trail’s End offers a buffet full of comfort foods and a hidden gem in the kitchen. There are few chefs in Disney World who you will hear recommended among other guests and Chef TJ is one of them. Chef TJ has worked in several Disney restaurants and is currently working dinners most nights at Trail’s End. If you have any special dietary needs, whether it be vegan or an allergy, Chef TJ is the one who will be creating your meal. If you are looking for a Chef TJ meal you will need to go for dinner as lunch is not a buffet.
When you check in to your reservation be sure to note that you are vegan with your host and they will add a note to your card for your server. Once you are seated they will often go grab Chef TJ. He also serves diners in the Hoop-De-Doo Musical Revue so sometimes this may take a bit longer. If you have any specifics you don’t like or are allergic to you will note it to him when he first stops by and then the meal begins. Continue reading →
This review reflects our experience in May of 2015.
If a unique resort and large vegan meal is something you’re looking for in Disney World then head on over to Fort Wilderness. Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground features tent camping, cabins and three dining experiences. Here you will find Mickey’s Backyard BBQ, Hoop-De-Doo Musical Revue and Trail’s End. Trail’s End is a buffet restaurant that features classic American comfort foods like baked potatoes, fried chicken and mac and cheese. I’m sure you’re wondering what a vegan would be able to eat there, you’ll see soon enough.
Fort Wilderness can be difficult to get to for some people. We often take a boat from Magic Kingdom to Fort Wilderness, as it drops you off right near the restaurants. You can take a bus but you will need to take an internal shuttle to get to the dining area. The boats are relatively quick, 20 minutes from Magic Kingdom to Fort Wilderness, but they only arrive every half hour or so. This resort has tons to explore and do, if you arrive very early for your reservation you will not be bored. Continue reading →
People often head outside of the parks for table service meals. There are tons of restaurants located in the resorts and Downtown Disney. Many people may be the lone vegan or are a non-vegan themselves traveling with vegans and want to know where they should eat so everyone can enjoy their meal. We have selected some of the most vegan friendly and non-vegan favorite restaurants in this list.
Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC is a quick service bakery that features allergy free treats. Here you can find gluten free and vegan bagels, donuts, cupcakes and just about anything else. We highly recommend stopping by here if you are looking for quick sweet treat, whether you need allergy friendly treats or not. Continue reading →