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Last updated 11/21/21
This update reflects the only current open restaurants during the COVID-19 reopening.

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What’s vegan at the Disney World Resorts?

Disney’s All Star Movies

Quick Service

World Premiere Food Court

Breakfast: Chipotle Seitan and Vegetable Sauté, Overnight Oats, Plant-based Mickey-shaped Waffles
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Plant-based Barbecue Burger
$0-$15

Disney’s All Star Music

Quick Service

Intermission Food Court

Breakfast: Chipotle Seitan and Vegetable Sauté, Overnight Oats, Plant-based Mickey-shaped Waffles
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Impossible Barbecued Market Burger
$0-$15

Disney’s All Star Sports – Re-Opening December 9th

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Quick Service

Maji Pool Bar

All Day: Berbere Black-eyed Peas Harvest Salad*, Crunchy Vegetable Slaw*
$0-$15

The Mara

Breakfast: Steel-Cut Oatmeal, fruit
$0-$15

Table Service

Boma — Flavors of Africa

Breakfast: Vegan Waffles (upon request) Various Potatoes, Fresh Fruit, occasionally Tofu Scramble (upon request), Grilled Vegetables, Bagels
$20-$45

Dinner: Various Dips, Couscous, Tabouleh, Cooked Vegetables, Rice, Salads, Breads, Lentil Stew
$35-$45

Jiko — The Cooking Place – NOT OPEN

Appetizer: Tomato Salad
Entree: Egyptian Kushari, West African Koki Corn
Dessert: Coconut Milk Panna Cotta
$25-$50

Sanaa

Breakfast: Enriching Grains and Fruit, Steel-Cut Oats
$5-$15

Lunch
Appetizer: Samosas, Salad Sampler, Indian Style Bread Service (must specify vegan for bread service)
Entree: Potjie Inspired- Cilantro-Coconut Vegetables, Aloo Masala, Chickpea Wat, Quinoa Vegetable Tabbouleh Salad
Dessert: Kheer
$15-$30

Dinner
Appetizer: Samosas, Salad Sampler, Indian Style Bread Service (must specify vegan for bread service)
Entree: Potjie Inspired- Cilantro-Coconut Vegetables, Aloo Masala, Chickpea Wat, African-inspired Biryani
Dessert: Kheer
$15-$30

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Disney’s Art of Animation

Quick Service

Landscape of Flavor

Breakfast: Plant-based Character-shaped Waffles, Chipotle Seitan Scramble, Fresh Fruit
$5-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Plant-based BBQ Burger
$5-$15

Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Quick Service

Beach Club Marketplace

Breakfast: Plant-based Mickey-shaped Waffles, Various Fruit, Plant-based and Gluten Friendly Brownie
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Grilled Vegetable and Hummus Sandwich, Plant-based Chili, Plant-based and Gluten Friendly Brownie
$0-$15

Hurricane Hanna’s

All Day: Fresh Seasonal Fruit, Hummus and Pita Chips, Uncrustables
$0-$15

Table Service

Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

Appetizer: Plant Based Chili and Cheese Tots, Bowl of Chili
Entree: Plant Based Burger
Dessert: Tofutti, So Delicious, and Rice Dream Vegan Ice Cream, Cookie Fries
$15-$25

Cape May Cafe – Currently no characters

Breakfast: Vegan omelet upon request, Yogurt, Hot Breakfast Platter can be made plant-based, Vegan/Gluten Free Mickey Waffles
$25-$35

Dinner: Breads and Spreads can be plant-based, Seasonal Harvest Salad, Portobello Steak or Tofu Platter, Plant-based Tiramisù (Chef TJ is here)
$40-$55

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Disney’s BoardWalk Resort

Quick Service

BoardWalk Bakery

Breakfast: Off Menu Vegan Muffins, Fruit
$0-$10

Lunch/Dinner: “The Veggie” Sandwich with Chips
$0-$15

BoardWalk Ice Cream

All Day: Tofutti Vanilla and Chocolate, Coconut Reddi Wip available if you ask, vegan sauces: chocolate, peanut butter, marshmallow, pineapple, strawberry, Vegan Milk Shakes
$0-$15

Leaping Horse Libations

Lunch/Dinner: Power Bowl*, Mickey Pretzel
$0-$15

Table Service

Flying Fish Cafe – NOT OPEN

Dinner: Vegetarian Menu available
$15-$40

Trattoria Al Forno

Breakfast: Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Vegan Waffles, Avocado Toast, Oatmeal, Breakfast Potatoes
$10-$20

Dinner
Appetizer: Roma Tomato Bruschetta
Entree: Plant-based Rigatoni Bolognese, Pizza without cheese (ask about a vegan cheese)
Dessert: Affogato al Caffè, Sorbet
$15-$30

Bar/Lounge

AbracadaBar

All Evening: Abra Fries (no parmesan or aioli), Margarita Flatbread with vegan cheese
$10-$20

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Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Quick Service

Banana Cabana

All Day: Impossible™ Market Burger
$0-$20

Centertown Market

Breakfast: Plant-based Harvest Breakfast, Steel-cut Oatmeal, Avocado Toast, Vegan Mickey Waffles
Lunch/Dinner: Impossible™ Market Burger, Plant-based Fried Yucca Bowl, Vegan Tacos Upon Request
$0-$20

Spyglass Grill – NOT OPEN

Breakfast: Oatmeal, Breakfast Yuca Hash
Lunch/Dinner: Vegan Black Bean Caribbean Taco Trio, Chipotle Seitan Yuca Bowl
$0-$15

Table Service

Sebastian’s Bistro

Appetizer: House-baked Rolls with Guava Butter and Caramelized Onion Jam, The Spice Necklace Salad
Entree: Taste of the Caribbean – Impossible Kabob, Fried Jerk Tofu, Impossible Sausage with Cilantro Rice & Beans, Vegetable Curry
Dessert: Coconut-Pineapple Bread Pudding
$15-$30

Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Quick Service

Contempo Cafe

Breakfast: Breakfast Tofu Bowl, Oatmeal, Waffles upon request, Breakfast Potatoes
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Grilled Tofu Bowl, Kale Power Greens Salad
$0-$15

Table Service

California Grill

Hand-Rolled Sushi: Plant-based Forbidden Roll
Entree: Plant-based Pasta (Handmade Pasta, Vegetables from the Hearth, Seasonal Offerings)
Dessert: Plant-based Blueberry Donut
$20-$60

Chef Mickey’s

Breakfast: Vegan Waffles, Fresh Fruit, Potatoes, Scrambled Tofu, Oatmeal
$35-$50

Dinner: Seasonal Composed Plant-based Salad, Farro Wheat Fried Rice, Tofu Bowl, Chocolate-Raspberry Tart
$50-$65

Steakhouse 71

Breakfast: Seasonal Fruit Plate, Allergy Mickey Waffles, Avocado Toast (this is assuming the toast is the same as when it was The Wave)
$15-$30

Lunch/Dinner
Appetizer:
Steakhouse 71 Onion Rings, Baby Iceberg Wedge Salad (with modifications), Sourdough instead of Brioche and vegan butter for Bread Service Appetizer
Entree: Vegetable “Wellington”, Plant-based Steakhouse 71 Stack Burger
Dessert: Apple Tart Tatin
$15-$40

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Disney’s Coronado Springs

Quick Service

El Mercado de Coronado – NOT OPEN

Breakfast: Vegan Waffles (upon request), Vegan Breakfast Pizza
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Beyond Burger
$0-$15

Table Service

Maya Grill

Appetizer: Chips and Salsa, Guacamole
Entree: Plant-based Chicken Enchiladas
$10-30

Toledo– Tapas, Steak & Seafood

Appetizer: ‘Pan con Tomate’ Tomato Bread
Entree: Brick Oven Cauliflower
Sides: Blistered Shishito Peppers, Brussles Sprouts, Braised Gigante Beans
Dessert: Chocolate-Avocado Mousse
$15-40

Bar/Lounge

Three Bridges Bar & Grill

Spreadable, Dippable, Shareable: Pan con Tomate, Roasted Corn Dip, House-Made Guacamole
Salads: Villa del Lago Salad
Entrees: Poke Bowl (without shrimp/salmon)
Dessert: Sorbet
Kids Entree: Impossible “Meatballs” (need to confirm plant-based)
$10-30

Rix Sports Bar & Grill

Breakfast: Modified Bruschetta, Fruit Cup, Breakfast Potatoes
$5-15

Lunch/Dinner: Guacamole and Chips, Watchos (sub meat and cheese for guacamole and pico), Beyond Burger available
$10-30

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

Quick Service

P&J’s Southern Take Out

Breakfast: Oatmeal, Fruit, Vegan Waffles, Potato Barrels
$0-15

Lunch/Dinner: Fort Wilderness Vegetable Burger (Beyond Burger), Fort Wilderness Garden Salad
$0-$15

Chuck Wagon

Dinner: Currently no options
$0-$15

Meadow Snack Bar

All Day: Fort Wilderness Garden Salad (without chicken), Mickey Pretzel
$0-$15

Table Service

Hoop-De-Doo Musical Revue – NOT OPEN

Dinner: NEW vegan platter: Vegan Mac and Cheese, Baked Beans, Corn, Fried Green Tomatoes, BBQ Jackfruit, Vegan Sausage
Dessert: Strawberry Shortcake
Dinner Show
$35-$70

Trails End

Breakfast: Pastry Basket, Just Eggs, Seitan Bacon, Potato Barrels, Mickey Waffles and Table Syrup, Lemon Blueberry Trifle
$20-30

Dinner: Oven Fresh Bread Basket, Chopped Salad, Beyond Italian Sausage, Gardein Chick’n, BBQ Jackfruit, Fingerling Potatoes, Green Beans Corn on the Cob and Chipotle BBQ Sauce, Sundae for dessert
$25-$35

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Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Quick Service

Gasparilla Island Grill

Breakfast: Oatmeal, Mickey Waffles upon request, Potato Barrels, Fruit Cup
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Impossible Burger
Kids Option: Uncrustables
$0-$15

Table Service

1900 Park Fare – NOT OPEN

Breakfast: Tofu Scramble, Oatmeal, Stewed Tomatoes, Bagel, Potato Barrels, Seasonal Fruit
Dinner: Salad, Fruit, Vegetables, Accommodating Chef (Mac and cheese, pizza, stir fry and more), Orange Chocolate Cake
$30-$45

Citricos

Appetizer: Wild Mushrooms Arancini
Entree: House Made Rigatoni (Bolognese, Seasonal Vegetables, Roasted Hen of the Woods Mushrooms and “Egg Yolk”)
Enhancements: Smoked Cauliflower
$20-$50

Garden View Tea Room – NOT OPEN

All Day: Bedfordshire Tea: Finger Sandwiches with vegan cream cheese, Erin McKenna’s Tea Cakes, Fruit Salad
$35-$200

Narcoosse’s

Appetizer: BBQ Crispy Eggplant
Entree: Sweet Potato Gnocchi
Dessert: Southern-style Plant-based Carrot Cake
$20-$50

Grand Floridian Cafe

Breakfast/Lunch: Mickey Waffles, Avocado Toast, Impossible Burger, Miso Glazed Tofu
$10-$30

Dinner
Appetizer:
Grilled Romaine Market Salad
Entree: Impossible Burger, Miso Glazed Tofu
Dessert: Apple Crisp
$20-$50

Victoria & Albert’s NOT OPEN

Dinner: 7 or 10 Course options available
$185-$250

Disney’s Old Key West Resort

Quick Service

Good’s Food to Go

Breakfast: Oatmeal*, Coffee
$0-$10

Lunch/Dinner: Power Salad
Kids Option: Uncrustables
$0-$15

Gurgling Suitcase

Lunch/Dinner: Miss Vickie’s Veggie Burger (need to confirm)
$0-$15

Table Service

Olivia’s Cafe

Breakfast: Papa’s Hash, Oatmeal, Vegan Mickey Waffles upon request, Fruit
$0-$20

Brunch: Miss Vickie’s Veggie Burger
$5-$20

Lunch
Appetizer: Seasonal Market Salad
Entree: Miss Vickie’s Veggie Burger
Dessert: Tropical Chocolate Tart
Kids Option: Elbow Pasta*
$15-$35

Dinner
Appetizer: Seasonal Market Salad
Entree: West Indian Tofu and Coconut Curry
Dessert: Tropical Chocolate Tart
Kids Option: Elbow Pasta*
$15-$35

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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Quick Service

Capt. Cook’s

Breakfast: Vegan Waffle (upon request), Vegan Tonga Toast (upon request) Power Breakfast Bowl
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Roasted Red Pepper & Arugula Burger, Pan Asian Noodles and Vegetables with Tofu, Superfoods Salad
Kids Option: Uncrustables
$0-$15

Oasis Bar and Grill NOT OPEN

All Day: Oasis Salad*, Orange Tofu and Fresh Asian Vegetable
$0-$15

Kona Island – NOT OPEN

Lunch/Dinner: Vegetable Rainbow Roll
$0-$15

Pineapple Lanai

All Day: Pineapple Dole Whip, Lime Soft Serve, Raspberry Soft Serve (fruit flavors other than pineapple are subject to change)
$0-$15

Table Service

Kona Cafe

Breakfast: Vegan Tonga Toast (upon request, shared fryer), Potatoes, Fruit, Just Egg Scramble, Beyond Sausages, Vegan Loco Moco
$5-$20

Lunch/Dinner
Entree: Vegetable Dashi Bowl
Dessert: Coconut Tapioca with Fresh Fruit
$15-$30

Ohana

Breakfast: Seasonal Fruit, Vegan Egg, Beyond Sausages, Ula Kahiki (fried potatoes), Allergy Waffles, Cinnamon Sugar Donut
$20-$40

Dinner
Starters: Rolls, Hummus with Wonton Chips, Mixed Greens Salads
Main Dish: ‘Ohana Noodles, Roasted Broccolini, Pineapple-Barbecued Jack Fruit, Polynesian-inspired Chimichurri “Chicken”, “Sausage”
Dessert: Doughnut with Coconut Milk Frozen Dessert
$30-$50

Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show NOT OPEN

Dinner: Soba Noodle Salad, Salad with Ginger-Lime Dressing, Pineapple, Jasmine Rice with Vegetables and Tofu, Brownie
First seating 5:15, second seating 8:15
$40-$70

Bar/ Lounge

Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto & Tiki Terrace – NOT OPEN

All Evening: Vegetable Sushi Rainbow Roll, Tofu Lettuce Cups
$5-$15

Tambu Lounge

All Evening: Vegetable Roll (upon request)
$5-$15

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Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Quick Service

Everything Pop Food Court

Breakfast: Plant-based Mickey Waffle, Chipotle Seitan Scramble
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Plant-based BBQ Burger
$0-$15

Port Orleans Riverside

Quick Service

Riverside Mill Food Court

Breakfast: Plant-based Mickey Waffle, Chipotle Seitan and Vegetable Sauté, Overnight Oats
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Impossible™ Barbecued Market Burger
$0-$15

Port Orleans French Quarter– Re-opening October 28

Disney’s Riviera Resort

Quick Service

Primo Piatto

Breakfast: Plant-Based Egg Platter, Almond Milk Overnight Oats with Fruit, Uncrustables
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Grilled Vegetable Skewer
Kids Option: Kids’ Pasta with Sauce
$5-$15

Table Service

Topolino’s Terrace — Flavors of the Riviera

Breakfast: Wild Mushroom Scramble, Vegan Mickey Waffles available
$20-$50

Dinner
Appetizer:
Olives Marinées, Beets Barigoule
Entree: Vegetarian Cassoulet (King Trumpet Mushrooms, Plant-based Sausage, Tarbais Beans)
Dessert: Fruits of the Forest
$35-$65

Bars/Lounges

Bar Riva

All Day: Grilled Vegetable Skewer, Fresh Seasonal Fruit
$5-$15

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Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa

Quick Service

The Artist Palette

Breakfast: Harvest Breakfast Sandwich, Oatmeal, Vegan Waffles upon request
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Plant-based Gyro, Enjoy Life Cookies
$0-$15

The Paddock Grill

Breakfast: Fruit Cup
$0-$15

Table Service

The Turf Club – NOT OPEN

Vegan Option: Carrot Gnocchi, Maple-Bourbon Brussels Sprouts with House-made Apple Butter, Chocolate Fruit Tart
Dinner served 5:00pm-10:00pm
$15-$30

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Quick Service

Geyser Point Bar & Grill

Lounge: Edamame, Beyond Burger (not on menu) Fruit Plate
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Portobello Salad can be modified
$5-$15

Roaring Fork

Breakfast: Oatmeal, Vegan Mickey Waffles upon request
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Zesty Slaw Burger
Kids Option: Uncrustables
$5-$15

Table Service

Whispering Canyon Cafe

Entree: Pepper Jack “Cheese Frittata”, Vegan Mickey Waffles upon request
Shareable Favorites: “Jacked Up” Avocado Toast
$15-$30

Lunch
Shareable Favorites:
“Jacked Up” Avocado Toast
Entree: Seared Impossible Burger, All-You-Care-To-Enjoy Skillet with vegan chicken, sausage and jackfruit
$15-$45

Dinner:
Appetizer: Maple-Chipotle Barbecue-braised Jackfruit Dip
Entree: All-You-Care-To-Enjoy Skillet with vegan chicken, beef tips, sausage and jackfruit, Pan-Fired Red Quinoa Cakes
Dessert: Rice Milk Panna Cotta
$15-$45

Artist Point – Story Book Dining with Snow White – NOT OPEN

Appetizer: Mushroom Bao Bun, Vegan Meat, Soup
Entree: Chick’n with vegetables
Dessert: Brownie, Strudel, Pudding
$30-$60

Bar/Lounge

Territory Lounge

All evening: House-made Potato Chips with Chimichurri Dip (request vegan)
$5-$15

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

Quick Service

The Market at Ale & Compass

Breakfast: Vegan Mickey Waffles upon request, Potato Barrels
$0-$15

Lunch/Dinner: Uncrustables
$10-$25

Hurricane Hanna’s

All Day: Fresh Seasonal Fruit, Hummus and Pita Chips, Uncrustables
$0-$15

Table Service

Ale & Compass Restaurant

Breakfast: Breakfast Protein Bowl (Tofu Scramble with Quinoa, Sweet Potatoes, Chard and Kale, Vegan Sausage, Chocolate-Avocado Toast, and Carrot-Ginger Dressing)
$10-$25

Dinner
Appetizer: Roasted ‘Buffalo-style’ Cauliflower (Must specify vegan), Ale & Compass Salad
Entree: Protein Bowl (Vegan Italian Sausage, Quinoa, Sweet Potatoes, and Broccoli Rabe with Roasted Cherry Tomato Sauce), Off menu vegan burger
Dessert: Mango Torte Spiced Lemon Pound Cake
$15-$45

Lounge: Roasted ‘Buffalo-style’ Cauliflower (Must specify vegan)
$8-$20

Yachtsman Steakhouse – Reopening August 5th

Entree: Sweet Potato and Seasonal Mushroom Dumplings
$20-$50

Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel

Quick Service

Fuel

Vegan Option: Vegan Protein Bowl, Bahn Mi, Fruit Salad
$5-$15

Table Service

Fresh Mediterranean Market

Breakfast Vegan Option: Paleo Cereal, Paleo Crunch (contains honey), Vegan Omelette, Fresh Juice
Breakfast served 6:30am-10:35am
$5-$15

Lunch Vegan Option: Create-Your-Own Salad, Hummus*, Vegan Wrap,
Lunch served 11:30am-2:00pm
$10-$20

The Fountain

Vegan Option: Veggie Patty Melt (needs modifications, speak with chef)
Kids Option: PB&J
Opens 11:00am
$10-$20

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Walt Disney World Swan Hotel

Quick Service
Splash Pool bar

Vegan option: Vegetarian Sub*, Lara and Cliff bars, Fruit Salad
Opens at 11:00am
$0-$15

Java

Vegan Option: Vegan Protein Bowl, Bahn Mi, Fruit Salad
$5-$15

Table Service

Il Mulino

Vegan option: Various salads, pasta 
Dinner served 5:00pm-11:00pm
$10-$40

Kimonos

Vegan Option: Salad, Edamame, Vegetarian Summer Roll
Dinner served 5:30pm-Midnight
$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.

115 thoughts

  1. I just finished a fabulous meal at the Beach Club’s Cape May Cafe! My omnivore family booked the reservation months ago and after reading the horror stories online about their lack of vegan options I prepared for the worst.
    My fears quickly vanished after chef Seth visited the table to discuss my meal.
    He brought out a fresh salad, pesto veggie pasta dish, and tofu scramble. They were all delicious and I was very full when he brought out the mini cupcakes for dessert from Erin McKenna’s bakery in Disney Springs.

    PS: I took photos of each course that I’d like to share if you are interested.

    1. We would love that! Our friends and contributors to the blog, Matt and Bridget, went there in November and had an awful experience. Including the chef offering some steamed carrots! If you’d like to write a little about your experience we can share it on here. Just email me the write up and photos whenever. Veganwdw@gmail.com
      Thanks!
      Melissa

  2. 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.

  3. 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!

    1. To be specific, the contempo cafe has vegan cheese available for pizza. We even got a side of it to put on some pasta.

  4. 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.

  5. 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!

  6. 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.

  7. 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. <3

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

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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!

  13. 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!

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. 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!!!!

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

      1. Well you were right. I had waffles again at All Star Sports, and they were fantastic.

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