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Last updated 08/25/23
This update reflects the only current open restaurants during the COVID-19 reopening.


What’s vegan in the Magic Kingdom?

Kiosks, Carts and Walk Ups

Aloha Isle, Adventureland

All Day: Pineapple Dole Soft Serve and Dole Whip Float (no swirl, vanilla is not vegan), Pineapple and Raspberry Swirl, Pineapple Spear

Sunshine Tree Terrace, Adventureland

All Day: Orange Dole Soft Serve and Dole Orange Float (specify both without vanilla), Strawberry Dole Whip

Liberty Square Market, Liberty Square

All Day: Snacks, Fruit


Main Street Bakery – Starbucks, Main Street USA

All Day: Coffee, Non-Dairy Milk available

Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, Main Street USA

All Day: Vegan Vanilla Ice Cream available, Peanut Butter Sauce is vegan

Storybook Treats, Fantasyland

All Day: Lemon Soft Serve

The Lunching Pad, Tomorrowland

All Day: Mickey Pretzel without cheese

Energy Bytes, Tomorrowland

All Day: Watermelon Cooler (no pop rocks), Pina Colada (no pop rocks)

Joffrey’s Revive, Tomorrowland

All Day: Coffee stand with Almond and Oat Milk, most syrups are vegan


Quick Service

Friar’s Nook, Fantasyland

Lunch: Plant-based Brat and Tater Bites
Kids Option: Uncrustables

Pinocchio Village Haus, Fantasyland

Lunch/Dinner: Plant-based “Cheese” Pizza
Kids Option: Order Milk Allergy Cheese Pizza and speak to coordinator to get vegan crust

Columbia Harbour House, Liberty Square

Lunch/Dinner: Plant-based Crab Cake Sandwich, Green beans, Fries
Kids Option: Uncrustables

Casey’s Corner, Main Street USA

Lunch/Dinner: Plant-based Chicago-style Dog, Plant-based Dog

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe, Tomorrowland

Lunch/Dinner: Patty Melt
Kids Option: (easy to modify Patty Melt for kids)

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, Frontierland

Lunch/Dinner: Veggie Rice Bowl, The Sun Bonnet Trio Strawberry Salad
Kids Option: Kids Veggie Rice Bowl, Uncrustables


Table Service

Jungle Skipper Canteen, Adventureland

Appetizer: Fall’s Family Falafel
Entree: Curried Vegetable Crew Stew, Skipper Dan’s Dan Dan Noodles* modified vegan
Dessert: Panna-Connie’s Congo Lime Delight
Kids Option: Congo Connie’s Coconut-Curry Concoction

Liberty Tree Tavern, Liberty Square

Appetizer: Declaration Salad
Entree: Revolutionary Impossible Meatloaf
Dessert: Johnny Appleseed’s Warm Apple Cake, Sorbet

Diamond Horseshoe, Liberty Square

Appetizer: Declaration Salad
Entree: Revolutionary Impossible Meatloaf
Dessert: Johnny Appleseed’s Warm Apple Cake, Sorbet

Cinderella’s Royal Table, Fantasyland

Entree: Royal Avocado Toast


Entree: Parisian Gnocchi
Dessert: Coffee Pots de Crème

Be Our Guest, Fantasyland

Appetizer: Mixed Field Greens
Entree: Vadouvan Spiced Vegetables
Dessert: Vanilla Cake with Lemon Curd


Crystal Palace, Main Street USA

Breakfast: Oatmeal, Fruit, Mickey Waffles (via chef), vegan egg frittata with salsa, spiced cake

Lunch/Dinner: *unsure*

Plaza Restaurant, Main Street USA

Appetizer: Salad
Entree: Chili-Impossible™ Burger
Dessert: Dark Chocolate-Banana Bread Pudding with Soy Milk Frozen Dessert

Tony’s Town Square, Main Street USA

Appetizer: Garden Salad
Entree: Spaghetti and Mushroom Meatballs
Dessert: Italian Strawberry Shortcake


*Item may not be vegan. Remember to always ask your server or a chef if the item is vegan. Disney World restaurants are constantly changing ingredients and suppliers.


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    1. Can you supply more information about this? Everything else I have seen, and based on the ingredients, notes that they are vegan.

    1. FYI Plaza Restaurant no longer has bangers and mash! They have impossible burger with vegan chili. No vegan wedge salad either. They still have the vegan bread pudding though!

  1. Be our guest no longer serves the quinoa salad for lunch, and it’s incredibly hard to order something vegan. The self-service menu does not contain any options and cannot be modified to accommodate vegans. I would not recommend be our guest if you’re vegan and looking to stop somewhere for lunch.

    1. Do you know if you can sit and not eat with a group at Be Our Guest? I’m the only vegan in the group so I’d be fine grabbing something nearby after the others eat. It seems like a fun place for the kids so I don’t want them to miss out.

      1. I have never been asked this before but since it’s not a buffet, I would assume you can come in to join your party.

  2. Hi there. I am heading to Disney world in September and I have used your website to help guide my food options in the past and have found it really helpful. Thank you for all the work you did to put this list together. I noticed that you do not list sleepy hollow as one of the food venues at Magic Kingdom. I know that they serve mickey waffles and was wondering if you know whether they could make them vegan there or not.

  3. Be our guest has 2 main-ish options, the quinoa salad and potato leek soup (and of course French fries). They did not offer things that are not on the menu so VERY limited. Kind of worth it for the pictures inside, they have the rose room as a seating option which is cool. Also Joffreys coffee has almond milk that you can get with the espresso drinks hot and cold (ice cappuccino is pre blended with dairy though**) and is a brand found commonly in the parks and hotels/motels.

    1. Sorry I was fed wrong information potato leek soup is NOT vegan it has cream, some staff are better than others and will give you wrong info. Chef will accommodate still upon request but again….you run the risk of accidentally eating dairy and very likely limited options seasonally. Best to call ahead if possible and ask for allergen menu.

    2. At be our guest they gave me a big salad with roasted potatoes, green beans, tomatoes, olives, spring greens, peppers and vinaigrette

  4. Fyi at harbor house the cashier told me the green beans and carrots are already made, so they cant take out the butter

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