Vegan Disney World’s Favorite Dishes of 2016

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.

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Vegan Snacks at Mr. Kamal’s

This review reflects our experience from October 2015.

Have you ever noticed that some days in Disney you’re just so hungry? No matter how big your breakfast was or you’re just craving that mid afternoon snack, you just want more food! Luckily, finding vegan snacks in Disney World is so easy and there are even a few unique items you can find. One of our favorite places for a snack is Mr. Kamal’s in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Image from MealTrip.com

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A New Menu at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

This review reflects our experience in October of 2015.

Dining as a vegan in Disney’s Magic Kingdom can sometimes be hard. Previously our only options for quick service was veggie burgers and if you’re lucky you can get the quinoa from Be Our Guest. In October 2015 Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in Frontierland revamped their menu and removed the veggie burger!

Image from WDWforGrownUps
Image from WDWforGrownUps

Pecos Bill’s new menu features more of a tex mex style and now has a Roasted Vegetable Rice Bowl. The vegetable bowl is also available on the kids menu! The new item includes roasted zucchini, squash, black beans and a cilantro rice. The cilantro rice is not vegan as it contains cheese. You can request plain white rice with your bowl instead to make it vegan.  Continue reading

Iron Chef Morimoto’s Restaurant in Disney Springs

This review reflects our experience in October of 2015.

Recently there has been a huge change in Walt Disney World. What was once known as Downtown Disney has been reimagined into Disney Springs. Disney Springs features more restaurants and retail locations than in the past. One of the biggest changes is the new section named The Landing. The Landing features many restaurants including the newest from Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, Morimoto Asia.

Morimoto Asia Interior
Morimoto Asia Interior

We were so excited to try Morimoto Asia because of all the great things we had heard within the few days of it being open. Morimoto Asia features pan-Asian cuisine and several vegetable dishes. The restaurant is two stories with a sushi restaurant upstairs and the main restaurant downstairs. Morimoto Asia featured beautifully designed furniture, chandeliers and black and white photos covering one wall. One part we didn’t love was ducks hanging in the open kitchen, luckily our table didn’t face that so we didn’t have to see them all dinner. While we were there Chef Morimoto was walking around the restaurant, we hoped to get a photo with him but he ended up spending the rest of the time working in the sushi bar. Continue reading