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Last updated 10/26/17

What’s vegan at the Disney World Resorts?

All Star Resorts

Quick Service
End Zone Food Court (Sports)
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request)
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Vegetable Pizza (vegan cheese occasionally available), Vegetable Burger*
Lunch/Dinner served 11:00am-Midnight
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Intermission Food Court (Music)
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request)
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Vegetable Burger*
Lunch/Dinner served 11:00am-Midnight
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

World Premiere Food Court (Movies)
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request)
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Vegetable Burger*
Lunch/Dinner served 11:00am-Midnight
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

 

Animal Kingdom Lodge

Quick Service
The Mara
Breakfast Vegan Option: Breakfast Quinoa, Steel Cut Oatmeal, Vegan Waffles (upon request), Tofu Scramble (upon request)
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Mixed Tomato Flatbread without cheese, Falafel Burger* without yogurt,
Lunch/Dinner served 11:00am-1:30am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Table Service
Boma
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request) Various Potatoes, Fresh Fruit, occasionally Tofu Scramble (upon request), Grilled Vegetables, Bagels
Breakfast buffet 7:30am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$20-$25

Dinner Vegan Option: Various Dips, Couscous, Tabouleh, Cooked Vegetables, Rice, Salads, Breads
Dinner buffet 4:30pm-9:30pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$35-$45

Jiko
Vegan Option: Tofu Entree, Vegetable Entrees, Desserts
Jiko Vegan Menu as of June 2016
Opens at 5:30pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted – Signature Dining
$25-$50

Sanaa
Vegan Option: Harvest-Roasted Okra, Cashew and Tomato Stew, Lentil Dahl, Chickpea Wat, Indian Style Bread Service, Tofutti Ice Cream
Lunch served 11:30am-3:00pm
Dinner served 5:00pm-9:30pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$15-$30

 

Art of Animation

Quick Service
Landscape of Flavor
Breakfast Vegan Option: Erin McKenna baked goods, Vegan Waffles (upon request), Seitan Scramble
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Vegetable Burger*, Build-Your-Own Salad/Wrap, Build-Your-Own Pasta, Sorbet
Lunch/Dinner served 11:00am-Midnight
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

 

BoardWalk

Quick Service
Ample Hills Creamery
Vegan Option: Lemon Sky Sorbet
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$10

BoardWalk Bakery
Vegan Option: Silk Yogurt and Milk, Erin McKenna Cupcakes
Opens at 6:30am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$10

Table Service
Flying Fish Cafe 
Vegan Option: Vegetarian Menu available
Opens at 5:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted – Signature Dining
$15-$40

Trattoria Al Forno
Breakfast Vegan Option: Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Vegan Waffles (upon request)
Breakfast served 7:30am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$15

Dinner Vegan Option: Pizza without cheese (ask about a vegan cheese), Chef created pasta, Erin McKenna Cupcakes, Sorbet
Dinner served 5:00pm-10:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$15-$30

 

Caribbean Beach

Quick Service
Old Port Royale
Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request), Smoothies*
Breakfast served 6:30am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Vegetable Wrap(without feta), Penne Pasta, Black Bean Burger*, Caribbean Salad with Tofu*
Lunch/Dinner starts 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

 

Contemporary

Quick Service
Contempo Cafe
Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request), Fruit
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Table Service
California Grill

Vegan Option: Mushroom Flatbread (without cheese), Truffle-Scented Tofu Sushi Roll, Coconut-Vegetable Curry, Vegan Unplugged – Vegan Menu available
Opens at 5:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted – Signature Dining
$20-$40

Chef Mickey’s
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request), Fresh Fruit, Various Potatoes, Scrambled Tofu, Grits*, Oatmeal*
Breakfast buffet 7:00am-11:30am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$30-$40

Wave … of American Flavor
Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Harvest Salad, Vegetarian Menu Available
Lunch served 12:00pm-2:00pm
Dinner starts 5:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$15-$30

 

Coronado Springs

Quick Service
Pepper Market

Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request), Fresh Fruit,
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Vegetable Burger*, Tacos*, Vegetarain Pita*
Lunch/Dinner starts 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

 

Dolphin

Table Service
Fresh Mediterranean Market
Breakfast Vegan Option: Paleo Cereal, Paleo Crunch (contains honey), Vegan Omelette, Fresh Juice
Breakfast served 6:30am-10:35am
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$5-$15

Lunch Vegan Option: Create-Your-Own Salad
Lunch served 11:30am-2:00pm
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$10-$20

The Fountain
Vegan Option: Black Bean Burger*
Opens 11:00am
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$10-$20

 

Fort Wilderness

Table Service
Hoop-De-Doo Musical Revue
Vegan Option: Grilled Vegetables, Pasta Marinera
Dining Style: Table Service/Show
Offered During: Dinner

Trails End
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request), Fresh Fruit, Potatoes
Breakfast buffet 7:30am-11:25am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$15-$20

Lunch Vegan Option: Grilled Portobello Burger without Cheese
Lunch served 11:30am-2:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$15

Dinner Vegan Option: Buffet: Salads, Baked Potato. Chef TJ accommodates vegans with multiple courses: Tofu with grilled vegetables, Samosas, Soup, Salads, Nachos, Dessert. He works Monday-Friday dinners only.
Dinner buffet 4:30pm-9:30pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$20-$25

 

Grand Floridian

Quick Service
Gasparilla Island Grill
Breakast Vegan Option: Tofu Scramble, Avocado Toast/Bagel (vegan cream cheese available), Grits*, Silk Yogurt
Open 24 hours, Lunch/Dinner begins 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Vegan Burger, Vegan Chick’n Sandwich, Create your own salad
Open 24 hours, Lunch/Dinner begins 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Table Service
1900 Park Fare
Vegan Option: Salad, Fruit, Vegetables, Accommodating Chef
Dinner served 4:00pm-9:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$30-$45

Citricos
Vegan Option: Quinoa and Ratatouille
Dinner served 5:30pm-10:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted – Signature Dining
$20-$50

Narcoosse’s
Vegan Option: Vegetarian Menu – Seared Tofu dish
Dinner served 5:30pm-10:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted – Signature Dining
$20-$50

 

Old Key West Resort

Quick Service
Good’s Food to Go
Vegan Option: Vegetable Burger*
Lunch starts 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Table Service
Olivia’s Cafe
Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Salad, Miss Vickie’s Veggie Burger*
Lunch served 11:30am-4:55pm
Dinner served 5:00pm-10:00pm
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$10-$20

 

Polynesian

Quick Service
Captain Cook’s
Breakfast Vegan option: Vegan Waffle (upon request), Vegan Tonga Toast (upon request)
Open 24 hours
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Kona Island
Vegan Option: Vegetable Rainbow Roll
Lunch begins at 12:00pm
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$0-$15

Pineapple Lanai
Vegan option: Pineapple Dole Whip
Opens 10:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Table Service
Kona Cafe, Breakfast
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles, Tofu Scramble, Vegan Tonga Toast (upon request), Vegan Pancakes, Potatoes, Fruit
Breakfast served 7:30am-11:15am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$5-$20

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Pan Asian Noodles (swap noodles for rice noodles), Kona Salad without Blue Cheese, Vegetable Nigiri without sauce
Lunch served 12:00pm-2:45pm
Dinner served 5:00pm-10:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$20

Ohana
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles, Breakfast Potatoes, Fruit
Breakfast buffet 7:30am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$20-$30

Bar
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto & Tiki Terrace
Vegan Option: Vegetable Sushi Upon Request
Opens at 4:00pm
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$5-$15

Tambu Lounge
Vegan option: Crisp Breads and Dips*
Opens at 1:00pm
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$5-$15

 

Pop Century

Quick Service
Everything Pop Food Court
Breakfast Vegan Option: Erin McKenna Baked Goods, Vegan Waffles (upon request), Fruit, Potatoes
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Vegetable Burger*, Flatbread without cheese, Vegetable Sandwich, Pasta with vegan cheese,
Lunch begins 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

 

Port Orleans

Quick Service
Riverside Mill Food Court – Riverside
Breakfast Vegan Option: Vegan Waffles (upon request), Fruit, Bagels, Smart Balance Butter
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Create-Your-Own Salad, Create-Your-Own Pasta, Vegetable Burger*, Vegetable Wrap
Lunch begins 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory – French Quarter
Breakfast Vegan Option:Beignets (speak with chef), Vegan Waffles (upon request), Fruit, Bagels, Smart Balance Butter
Breakfast served 6:00am-11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner Vegan Option: Beignets (speak with chef), Create-Your-Own Salad, Create-Your-Own Pasta, Vegetable Wrap, Plant-Based Burger (Beyond Meat Beyond Burger), vegan cheese available
Lunch begins 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Table Service
Boatwright’s Dining Hall – Riverside
Vegan Option: Garden District Jambalaya, Sorbet
Dinner served 5:00pm-10:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$15-$30

 

 

Saratoga Springs Resort

Quick Service
Paddock Grill
Vegan Option: Roasted Vegetable Sandwich* without cheese
Lunch begins 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$0-$15

Table Service
The Turf Club
Vegan Option: Chef accommodates vegans appropriately
Dinner served 5:00pm-10:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$15-$30

 

Swan

Quick Service
Splash Pool bar
Vegan option: Vegetarian Sub*, Lara and Cliff bars, Fruit Salad
Opens at 11:00am
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$0-$15

Table Service
Il Mulino
Vegan option: Various salads, Pappardelle with Tomato Basil Sauce, Pizza without cheese,
Dinner served 5:00pm-11:00pm
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$10-$40

Kimonos
Vegan Option: Salad, Edamame, Vegetarian Summer Roll
Dinner served 5:30pm-Midnight
Dining Plans Not Accepted
$10-$25

Wilderness Lodge

Quick Service
Roaring Fork
Vegan Option: Build your own salad
Lunch starts 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$5-$15

Table Service
Whispering Canyon Cafe
Vegan Option: Organic Mixed Greens (without cheese), Skillet-Fired Red Quinoa Cakes without Cucumber Yogurt
Lunch served 11:45am-2:30pm
Dinner served 5:00pm-10:00pm
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$15-$30

Bar
Territory Lounge
Evening Vegan Option: Marinated Olives and Marcona Almonds, Land Greens Salad, Potato Wedge Fries, Caprese Flatbread* (without ricotta)
Dinner served 4:30pm-Midnight
Dining Plan Not Accepted
$5-$35

 

Yacht & Beach Club

Table Service

Ale & Compass Restaurant (OPENS NOVEMBER 26!!)
Breakfast Vegan Option: Breakfast Protein Bowl (Tofu Scramble with Quinoa, Sweet Potatoes, Chard and Kale, Vegan Sausage, Chocolate-Avocado Toast, and Carrot-Ginger Dressing)
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$25

Lunch Vegan Option: Protein Bowl (Vegan Italian Sausage, Quinoa, Sweet Potatoes, and Broccoli Rabe with Roasted Cherry Tomato Sauce), Grilled Plant-based “Bacon Cheeseburger” (Caramelized Onions and Mushrooms, Lettuce, Tomato, and Chipotle-Mayonnaise)** Mayo might not be vegan
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$25

Dinner Vegan Option: Protein Bowl (Vegan Italian Sausage, Quinoa, Sweet Potatoes, and Broccoli Rabe with Roasted Cherry Tomato Sauce)
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$25


Beaches and Cream
Vegan Option: Beaches Veggie Burger* without cream sauce, Tofutti and Rice Dream Vegan Ice Cream
Lunch begins 11:00am
Some Dining Plans Accepted
$10-$25

 

*Item may not be vegan. Vegetable burgers will often need swapped with a Gardenburger® Malibu Patty. Remember to always ask your server or a chef if the item is vegan. Disney World restaurants are constantly changing ingredients and suppliers.

If you have experienced a vegan option at any resort restaurant let us know so we can add it to our database.

67 thoughts

  1. My wife and I went to ‘Ohana for breakfast and had a terrific experience. The chef came to our table to give us our options and we were served a platter of vegan Mickey Waffles, amazing fried potatoes and sauteed vegetables. One of the best experiences and we had at a Disney restaurant. On another morning we ate next door at Kona Cafe and I was delighted to find out that they could make me vegan Tonga Toast! We will definitely return to both of these restaurants on our next trip.

  2. At Coronado Springs Pepper Market, it took a bit of waiting for a knowledgeable chef, but my daughter was finally able to get a vegan burger and fries. And hummus and sorbets are available at Cafe Rix next door.

  3. Recently, we ate at the Gasparilla Island Grill (counter service) at The Grand Floridian Resort. They have a salad with grilled vegan “chick’n.” The salad was really great though because they put your choice of greens and veggies into a big (clean) bowl and mix with dressing before adding the chick’n. I got spring mix with mushrooms, garbanzo beans, peas, roasted red peppers, cranberries, shredded carrot, and cucumber. lots of choices! The chef said the orange mandarin sesame dressing is vegan and it was delicious!

    1. Hi Kinsey! According to Babycakes website they have food at Pop Century. We have found that most places just carry their mini cupcakes now, however you can find their donuts and some other treats in Animal Kingdom. 🙂
      Melissa

  4. The Art of Animation resort has a bunch of foods to snack on too: vanilla/chocolate Silk, Odwalla bars, a fruit smoothie station, & a fruit salad station!

  5. Hi! This korming I had quinoa at the Mara! It was made with water and it had a bit of cinnamon. It was great. Also, i ate lunch at Makkrash (?) in Morroco and i asked the waiter for vegan options and he ordered me the vegetable couscous prepared with olive oil. It was also amazing and so was their hummus! Btw i had a bit of popcorn and it tasted just like butter! To end the day, i had a lemon sorbet in France!

    1. Oh cool I will definitely add the Quinoa to our list! And we LOVE Marrakesh, the hummus is so good. The popcorn has a butter topping but it is not real dairy, it’s pretty good. Sounds like you had a filling trip to Disney World! Love to see this, thanks for commenting.

      Melissa

  6. Thank you so much for this great website!!!!! I am taking my family to Disneyworld for about a week and was really worried about what I can eat with my vegan diet, but now I know it will be great!!!!!

  7. We also had a great experience at Citricos in the Grand Floridian last year – the chef came out right away and made me a grilled vegetable concoction that was wonderful.

  8. Chef Johnny made us Vegan Tonga Toast and potatoes at Kona Cafe this morning!! Amazing. Best breakfast ever (even before we were Vegan!). He even brought us earthbalance and fresh cut strawberries. Compliments to the chef and many thanks!! We will definitely be back!

    We also ate at Sanaa 2 nights before and it was so nice to see a separate Vegan menu. Made meal time much more relaxing not having to worry about what would be Vegan.

    Thank you for posting all these Disney options for Vegans!!! Made our vacation that much better!

  9. I am in the UK and its mind blowing to find a website that tells me about vegan dining at WDW. Hats off to Vegan Disney World and to all the contributors. It will make my trip in August a lot more easier and take the worry away for feeding my 8 yr old and my 5yr old (going to be 6 at Disney). Maybe I will order her a surprise NYC cake.

    1. You should definitely order a surprise cake! The girls at Erin McKenna are all very nice and helpful too! So glad we could help you with your planning and be sure to let us know about your experience. 🙂

  10. A word of warning re: Pop Century…

    The tofu dish is NOT vegan as-is; the tofu marinade contains dairy-based pesto. I was able to get the dish without it, however, be advised that you may have a long wait. When I tried to double-check ingredients, the chef on duty wouldn’t respond to pages. By the time I finally got my food, almost an hour had passed.

    And it’s DISGUSTING. The veggies are severely overcooked into an unidentifiable reddish sludge. If my blood sugar hadn’t been dangerously low at the time, I would have sent it back (something I have only done when restaurants have tried to serve me something I can’t eat).

    Such a waste of ingredients…for once, a veganizable option with actual protein in it, and it’s nearly inedible.

    The veggie burger wasn’t vegan (even though the “vegan items” list said it would be) and I don’t think the buns are either (they were the super-cheap kind that tend to have whey as a filler), so I wouldn’t count on those.

    I am due back at Pop in a month (I can’t afford a resort with better food) and won’t even bother trying to eat there. Not worth it!

    1. That’s awful about your experience. I have not personally dined there and have had several vegans mention the tofu dish. I’ll be adding a warning to it. Also overcooked veggies and red sludge sound incredibly disgusting.
      Typically the veggie burgers are not vegan and you have to request a separate patty that is offered. Most places carry a Malibu Gardenburger patty which is vegan. Was that the case or did they not offer any suggestions?
      Thank you so much for this comment. We can not be there all the time so we like to keep as up to date as possible through others experiences as well. Please let us know (if you dare to try to eat there again) if anything changes on your next trip.

      Best,
      Melissa

      1. I know, it was vile. I’ve heard of other plant-eaters liking the veggies (!!!), but maybe I was just unlucky enough to eat it on two really bad nights (had to go back the second time due to being denied service at one of the parks).

        They only had one kind of veggie burger and it wasn’t the Malibu. They weren’t very helpful about it, either – just a blunt “no”.

        I’m not even going to try eating there again. It’s not worth the frustration, the long waits, and the noise level.

  11. I feel your pain. ….the only thing we could get when we were there was a pre-made snack container with falafel chips, veggies, and hummus. It was good, but more meal options would be nice. I was also able to get soy milk for coffee, but they needed to know I was allergic to dairy prior to giving it to me…. little lies never hurt right? It is sad that you have to be allergic to something to get healthy options from Pop Century though.

  12. The chef at Coronado Springs’ Pepper Market was very accommodating. They make a great veggie empanada with black beans & rice. Excellent

  13. The tofu scramble at chef mic key’s is divine. Chef says oatmeal and grits are vegan. Grits were so good I still can’t believe there was no butter in there. The chef made me a plate of vegan Mickey waffles and brought out REAL MAPLE SYRUP!! Apparently most places have it upon request so make sure to ask for it.

  14. We spent last week at the Caribbean Beach resort. The vegetable quinoa wrap at the Old Port Royale food court (the Deli section) is vegan if you ask to leave the feta off of it; also, ask for the wedge salad side rather than the jerk-spiced chips. You can get penne with marinara sauce at the Pasta & Pizza section; just ask for it without meatballs or sausage. It’s filling after a long day at the parks but a bit dull.

    I didn’t see any portobello mushroom sandwich or Caribbean salad with tofu offerings at any of the food court sections.

  15. My kids & I dined at The Crystal Palace for lunch & I was BLOWN AWAY!! The chef took me on a tour of the buffet & went over EVERY item – what it was made with & how it was prepared. I tried everything!! The chef also advised that gf/vegan rolls & earth balance would be delivered to my table ASAP! For dessert (always my favorite 😉) they offer Enjoy Life chocolate chip cookies & Tofutti ice cream. I was able to make my own ice cream sandwiches!!
    Planet Hollywood for dinner was a knockout! Veggie fajitas were amazing & when I advised the server I was vegan she quickly let me know that the fiesta rice was prepared with animal stock & would switch mine to jasmine rice.
    Erin McKennas was our next stop. Oh, my!!! The soft serve was good, chocolate chip cookies & thin mint cookies were AWESOME!! My daughter had a pink cupcake (vanilla?) and it was average – but she ate the whole thing (of course!)
    I can’t that the writers of this site enough! We all know how challenging it can be to eat vegan – sites like this make travel enjoyable & easy.
    THANK YOU!! THANK YOU!! THANK YOU!!

  16. We just ate at Sanaa and they no longer have a separate vegan menu. When we told them we were vegan they initially gave us an allergy menu (chock full of meat options), along with the regular menu. There were a few things on the regular menu that were vegan, but I didn’t see the samosas – I guess they no longer have them there, or they might be seasonal. The food was still great, though, and our waiter was very helpful. We’re trying Jiko on Tuesday, so I’ll report back!

      1. Jiko still had the separate vegan menu, and it was DELICIOUS! Our waiter said that they might be phasing out the seiten in the coming months. He also told us the chef is planning on introducing tamales to the vegan menu starting next week.

      2. We also went to Trail’s End, but unfortunately we didn’t get Chef TJ. The food was okay, but nothing special, and the dessert was fruit and coconut ice cream. I think if I hadn’t been hoping for an exceptional meal it would have been above average, but as it was we left disappointed.

  17. I recently stayed at Animal Kingdom Lodge and had some success adding vegan protein to breakfast and dinner options by talking to the chef on duty. I was able to add chopped falafel on top of the Mara Salad, and substitute a side of fried falafel with vegan waffles. At Boma, my sister and I custom-ordered an African-spiced tofu dish to supplement the vegan options on the buffet.

  18. At the Mara at AKL-I have been able to get a good tofu scramble, vegan waffles, quinoa, chakalaka, and plantains for breakfast. Jiko was a disappointment. Tofu was a big block unseasoned… Ick. Have eaten at Trails End several times and only twice was it good, the other times were down right awful.
    We have a reservation in September and have plans for Mediterranean Market, Captains grill and California Grill, hoping to find some new items. I do hate that I have to say that I have an allergy to meat, dairy and egg. I don’t know why they can’t use the word vegan. When I ask they say ” do I have an allergy or just not wanting to eat it” this makes me wonder if they are not as careful if it is not an allergy.

  19. I finally had a vegan waffle at Trattoria Al Forno, which I’m sure is the same vegan waffle they serve everywhere. I was really disappointed with the flavor and texture. It was more like tempura than a waffle. I don’t plan on ever ordering one again unless I can be convinced this was an outlier.

  20. I had a great burger at All Star Sports, but when I asked at the dessert counter about a vegan milkshake, no one knew what I was talking about.

  21. My family stayed at the Floridian and stopped at the Grand Floridian cafe for dinner. We looked for the vegetarian melange after seeing it on this list, but it wasn’t on the menu. However, our server heard we were vegan and brought out chef Nick, a terribly nice guy, who offered to revise their miso glazed salmon dish for us by replacing the salmon with tofu. It was excellent, would 100% have it again!!!!

  22. Was just at Artist Point for my birthday dinner. I told them I’m vegan in advance but still have a pretty awful experience. They gave me a salad with no dressing (just lettuce and tomatoes, dry) and the eggplant felt like they had just taken the dish and whatever wasn’t vegan, they just removed. Super dry and bland.

    1. I’ve never had a good experience at the Artist Point, but the Roaring Fork at the wilderness was super nice and helped a lot. They made us a black bean burger, and asked how many and what meals we would be eating with them so they could arrange stuff for when we came. Not sure if the new restaurant offers the same.

  23. FYI. as of December 2016 Jiko has a combined vegan/vegetarian menu. None of the appetizers are marked vegan, but they said a couple could be modified for vegans. Two of three entrees were vegan as is, and the tofu dosh could be made vegan. There’s an enhancement (Senegalese Benachin) which is marked vegetarian but the chef said it’s vegan.

  24. Just back from a great December trip.

    AKL: (1) Had breakfast at the Mara every morning. The steel-cut oatmeal is wonderful, and the vegan waffles are excellent. The allergy chefs were all awesome, as is the entire staff there. (2) The Mara also made me a special vegan flatbread sort of thing for lunch one day. Absolutely excellent! (3) Picked up the vegan menu at Jiko, since it changes all the time. There were zero vegan appetizers and the entrees didn’t interest me enough to go there. (4) No vegan menu anymore at Sanaa, and I suspect the only vegan food there is quite spicy. Not to my taste. Passed on that, even though I love the venue.

    GF: We had lunch at the Grand Floridian Cafe–just walked up and got seated almost immediately. Our server’s (Goldie’s) daughter is vegan, and she knew exactly what to suggest–the salmon dish, only with tofu instead. Yes, they’ll make it for lunch as well as dinner. To say that it was delicious is really not enough. It was awesome. My sister and I both cleaned our plates and decided immediately that we’d have to go back at least once during the trip, which we did, and had the same dish for dinner one night. Two different chefs, slightly different versions, but both excellent. The night we had dinner there, the chef also made sure to serve us vegan rolls and a vegan spread that really tasted so much like butter I was a bit hesitant to eat it! Kudos to the Grand Floridian Cafe, the servers and chefs alike!

  25. We had dinner in May 2016 at the Rose and Crown at Epcot and the waitress and chef were super helpful. They made us a delicious vegan curry, and a special vegan desert. Made the night!

    We also had lunch at Chef De France, in 2015 the chef came out and made us a special vegan meal that was AMAZING! and they offer sorbet for desert with berries. In 2016, the new chef seemed to be having a really bad day, as the waiter didn’t want to go and talk to the chef and offered different options on how they could change stuff on the menu. So we had the vegetarian lasagna without cheese. The noodles weren’t vegan but the veggies were soo good and l didn’t get ill from the pasta which has happened to me before at Tony’s Town Square.

    Speaking of, worst experience, Tony’s Town Square. I’ve tried there a couple of times because l thought maybe it was just an off day and l’d give them another chance but the last time was the worst. Everyone in the party had dietary needs. So we told the waiter and the chef actually refused to come out, (we felt bad for the waiter). They put seeds in the salad even though we said one person couldn’t eat seeds. Then we just got pasta with marinara sauce, before l was even half way through my stomach started to get upset. I was then in the washroom for 40min, it then cascaded through the party with each of us spending time in the washroom taking a good hour and a half out of our evening. After l returned to the table, we informed the waiter that we were all taking ill. He just said oh sorry, and we were charged full price for the meal. Sorry Tony’s but never again!

    Animal Kingdom breakfast buffet at Boma was really good. The chef came out and took us around to show us what we could and couldn’t eat, they then made us a a huge plate of tofu scrambled with veggies that they brought to the table, it was soo good!

  26. Just back from a great trip to the World. I’ve posted about great meals I had in December, but we tried some new places this time, and I’m posting reviews for all of them.

    This is for Olivia’s at Old Key West. If you take the boat from Disney Springs to OKW, it lets you off right at Olivia’s. My husband and I walked over from Saratoga Springs, where we were staying, and decided to stay at OKW for lunch. The veggie burger (and bun) were vegan (I had them check), and it was really really good. Served with avocado and some other items–a great big satisfying meal. They also made me a lovely vegan salad. I don’t know about dessert, because we were both too full for any more food! You might need a reservation there, but the day we had lunch, the place was pretty empty, so no reservation was necessary. The hostess did tell me that you must have a reservation for breakfast, though.

  27. I’m curious to hear if anyone has tried Ohana for dinner? I’m supposed to go in June and honestly have NO IDEA what to expect.

  28. We’re at the Boardwalk today, and the ESPN Club has a vegan Asian Stir Fry, you just have to get it without fried wonton strips.

  29. Just spoke to a chef at art of animation and the vegetable burger has egg in
    He offered me a vegan pizza 🍕 instead

  30. I ate at the Hoop-De-Doo Revue during my recent Disney trip, & Chef TJ made me bbq potatoes & vegan salad in addition to the grilled vegetable plate. It was all amazing. ❤

  31. Just ate breakfast at Boma. The server got one of the chefs for me, who pointed out the few things that were vegan on the buffet. Interestingly, the potatoes and plantains she said are fried with everything else, so they come into contact with meat :/ (I had been hoping to fill up on potatoes). Anyway, she made me vegan Mickey waffles and a really great scrambled tofu with spinach, mushrooms, diced peppers, etc, and also a bowl of pap (without butter) covered in chakalaka. She also brought me two vegan cookies, and two tiny vegan cupcakes. I was so full at the end of it – certainly worth the money. Real bummer about the potatoes though.

  32. I had dinner at Trattoria Al Forno a few weeks ago and I was offered an off-menu vegan risotto instead of regular spaghetti and it was super creamy and delish! For desert, the Zepolli was also vegan and they brought out two completely vegan dipping sauces as well, a chocolate and a raspberry. I would highly recommend both dishes!

  33. The Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory – French Quarter has the Beyond Burger available upon request. They may say “veggie or vegan burger” but insist on the Beyond Burger, ask to speak to a chef if necessary. They also have vegan cheese to put on it.

    Kona Cafe and Kona Island no longer have the Rainbow Sushi, instead, they have the Vegetable Nigiri, just get it without the sauce.

  34. The family and I are currently staying at All-Star Movies. We spoke with the chef and they have the following vegan options:

    *Pizza with vegan cheese and meatless crumbles and chicken strips
    *Pasta without marinara
    *Veggie Burger
    *Tofutti ice cream (vanilla & chocolate)
    *Rice Dream ice cream (vanilla)

    We have experienced nothing but very accommodating attitudes when we ask about vegan options anywhere on Disney property.

    1. **Please do not** order the pizza option at All-Star Movies. We were super excited to order it once we found out they had it. It cost us about $24 which is expensive but I figured everything is here. When we got it it was literally 4 pieces of bread with vegan cheese and pico de gallo. Ummm no that doesn’t fly, I’ll be taking my $24 back thank you!

  35. The chef at Art of Animation just told me that their pizza crusts have egg in them, I can’t imagine there is a different crust at Pop Century right next door.

    Crappy news at 2 minutes to midnight after racing here from Epcot.

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