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11 Best Vegan Eats at Disney World

Explore a whole new world of grilled cheese, fish & chips, carrot cake, and more!

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Explore a whole new world of grilled cheese, fish & chips, carrot cake, and more!

It’s not just the rides that make Walt Disney World the Most Magical Place on Earth—the vegan dishes seal the deal! Transport yourself to a plant-based wonderland with this short list of our favorite selection of vegan dishes found at Disney World’s four theme parks! From herbed kefta to loaded slaw dogs, Disney has you covered.

Toasted Cheddar Sandwich

Woody’s Lunch Box

Hollywood Studios

Head to Woody’s Lunch Box in Hollywood Studio’s Toy Story Land. This whimsical, toy-themed quick-service restaurant offers several delicious plant-based dishes, including the vegan-by-default Toasted Cheddar Sandwich. This melty, stretchy grilled cheese is served on toasted sourdough bread with a side of crispy tater tots, making it the most nostalgic, delicious dish at Disney!

Vegan grilled cheese from Disney

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Fish & Chips

Rose and Crown


Enjoy the soft breeze off of EPCOT’s World Showcase lake as you dine on hot, crispy plant-based fish & chips al fresco! This charming English-themed restaurant is the United Kingdom pavilion’s premier dining experiencing, providing several fantastic vegan offerings. Our favorite is the plant-based Fish & Chips, which is served warm with fries, tartar sauce, and minty mushy peas! Not on the menu? Just ask for it!

Vegan fish and chips from Disney

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Carrot Cake

Space 220


Brace yourself for an out-of-this-world experience atop Space 220, a space-tourism-themed restaurant in EPCOT’s Future World East. Along with some imaginative beverage options, we recommend indulging in Space 220’s fantastic plant-based Carrot Cake crafted with cream cheese, candied walnuts, and toasted pepitas.

Vegan Carrot Cake from Disney World

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread

Docking Bay 7

Hollywood Studios

Fuel up in Galaxy’s Edge at the Docking Bay 7 for a mind-blowing kefta experience that will leave you thinking, “… that’s vegan?” These Mediterranean-spiced plant-based meatballs are served with herbed hummus, tomato-cucumber relish, and pillowy pita bread. The Felucian Kefta is a Hollywood Studios non-negotiable.

Vegan food in bowl from Disney

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Chili-Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu Bowl

Satu’li Canteen

Animal Kingdom

Participate in an out-of-body experience at Pandora’s Satu’li Canteen with their Chili-Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu Bowl. This wonderfully flavorful dish comes with crispy-fried tofu seasoned with chili spice, topped with crunchy vegetable slaw and boba balls. It’s served with your choice of base and sauce. Vegan bases include rice & black beans or a red potato & sweet potato hash. The vegan sauce option is a charred green onion vinaigrette! Sit on the patio to look out to the floating Valley of Mo’ara!

Tofu bowl from Disney World

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Dole Whip

Sunshine Tree Terrace

Magic Kingdom

Cool off with a refreshing pineapple Dole Whip float, which comes prepared totally vegan! Although the Sunshine Tree Terrace location in Adventureland is probably the most recognizable location to snag a Pineapple Dole Whip with Pineapple Juice, you can also enjoy other locations with additional flavors elsewhere at Disney: Aloha Isle at Magic Kingdom (Raspberry), Storybook Treats at Magic Kingdom (Lime), Trilo-Bites at Animal Kingdom (Orange), Refreshment Outpost at EPCOT (Watermelon), and more!

Person holding Dole Whip drink from Disney

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Norwegian Kringla

Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe


Satisfy your hunger with a delightfully sweet Kringla (aka malted sweet pretzel). Both of the Kringla offerings—chocolate and almond flavors—are totally vegan! The chocolate option is striped with droolworthy white and dark chocolate, while the almond selection comes loaded with sweet frosting and almond slices galore! Pair with a hot coffee for the full Norwegian experience.

Person holding vegan Kringla from Disney

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Falls Family Falafel

Jungle Skipper Canteen

Magic Kingdom

Calling all chickpea lovers for this triple-threat appetizer at Magic Kingdom’s Jungle Skipper Canteen! Enjoy a spread of edamame hummus, topped with toasted pumpkin seeds and herbed falafel blended with chickpeas, garlic, onions, and lemon juice. At Jungle Skipper Canteen you can also enjoy a plant-based main (Curried Vegetable Crew Stew) and dessert (Panna-Connie’s Congo Lime Delight).

Vegan falafel on hummus from Disney

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Plant-Based Loaded Slaw Dog

Casey’s Corner

Magic Kingdom

Batter up with one of two vegan hot dog options at the Magic Kingdom Main Street mainstay, Casey’s Corner. Go classic with a vegan dog on a potato bun, or get the good stuff with their Loaded Slaw Dog (served with a plant-based sausage, slaw, BBQ aioli, and corn relish!). Both options come with fries or a mandarin orange.

Vegan hot dog from Disney World

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Pomegranate-Chili Crispy Cauliflower

Spice Road


This tapas-style Moroccan restaurant offers so many plant-based options! Alongside house-made hummus fries and dolmas, their Pomegranate-Chili Crispy Cauliflower small plate shines! These crispy, hot, sweet bites are packed with flavor and served with plant-based red pepper aleppo sauce. Think Beyond Orange Chicken but veggie-forward. Enjoy lakeside with iced mint tea to fully take in the views!

Vegan cauliflower in dish from Disney

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Shepherd’s Pie

The Hollywood Brown Derby

Hollywood Studios

Embrace Hollywood fine dining with a plant-forward take on shepherd’s pie at The Hollywood Brown Derby at Hollywood Studios. The Brown Derby carefully layers roasted garlic mashed potatoes, mushrooms, peas, lentils, and chickpeas with carrot romesco on this carefully plated dish. Enjoy with a side of house bread with vegan butter and indulge in their plant-based dessert offering—Chocolate-Coconut Cake with Hazelnut Creme.

Vegan shepherd's pie from Disney World

Photo by Allison van Tilborgh

Allison van Tilborgh

Allison van Tilborgh

Allison is a digital media consultant, writer, and aspiring vegan-feminist scholar living in the Orlando, Florida area. She’s the founder of The Sanford Vegan, a vegan media brand, through which she connected with VegOut. As an early reader of VegOut Magazine, she dreamed of one day putting her own writing on the national stage (spoiler alert: that dream came true!). Allison loves experimenting with plant-based cooking and reading up on the latest trends in veganism and animal rights scholarship.

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