A guide to the Best Disney Restaurants for Vegans.
Over the past few years, I have been able to try a wide range of restaurants at Disney World. This guide to Best Disney Restaurants for Vegans includes my favorite restaurants over the years. I have found that the restaurants on the list have always been very accommodating and create some amazing vegan dishes.
Ale & Compass
Located at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, Ale & Compass offers some amazing vegan options. Whether you are dining for breakfast or dinner, you’ll be delighted with the vegan options!
On my last visit, I was able to check out both the vegan breakfast and dinner options. For breakfast, the Breakfast Protein Bowl with tofu is completely vegan. Before my trip, I had read that the chocolate-avocado toast wasn’t vegan. I asked my server and he double checked with the chef. I always ask and double check even if an item was vegan on a previous trip. Disney is always changing things.
I really enjoyed the breakfast bowl. It was filling, hearty and delicious. Perfect fuel for the parks!
For dinner, I ordered the Vegan Protein Bowl, which was already vegan. This bowl was a very well balanced vegan dinner option. I really loved the tomato sauce with the broccoli rabe and sweet potatoes.
Le Cellier Steakhouse
You are probably thinking that it’s strange that I’ve include a steakhouse on my Best Disney Restaurants for Vegans guide. Well, Le Cellier offers some of the best vegan food. While there isn’t anything vegan directly on the menu, Le Cellier offers a few vegan options off the menu.
On my last visit, I had an incredible vegetable risotto. It was one of the best risottos that I’ve had at a restaurant.
They also serve vegan butter with the bread. I loved the multi-grain roll.
I feel like Tiffins doesn’t get as much love as it deserves. I have ate at Tiffins twice now and both times were a wonderful experience. On my last visit the server brought out the chef to go over the vegan options from the allergy menu. My family got the Rivers of Light Dinning Package. The dining package included an appetizer, entree and dessert.
Everything was amazing. The food at Tiffins is truly a work of art. I started with a modified version of the Roasted Beets and Burrata. Instead of burrata, the chef added a few more roasted beets.
For my entree, I ordered a slightly modified version of the Autumn Vegetable Harvest. This was so good.
For dessert, I got the tapioca pudding. This dessert was light and refreshing. I loved the citrus punch of the dessert.
Located in Animal Kingdom, Tusker House offers a character buffet style meal. The buffet has a plethora of vegan options. I’m a big fan of the food; however, I must say that it can get very loud inside the restaurant. I definitely always get two plates of food here. Since it’s a character meal, it is a little pricer. If you have children, I would highly recommend this character meal!
be our guest
Be Our Guest offers a vegan option right on the menu. The Layered Ratatouille is completely vegan. The Layered Ratatouille was good; not the best thing that I’ve had at Disney, but overall a satisfying vegan dinner option. If you want to dine at Be Our Guest, I highly recommend making dinning reservations as soon as you can. The reservations fill up fast!
Jiko- The cooking place
It is hard to pick a favorite, but Jiko is probably one of my favorite restaurants at Disney. If you are looking for an upscale restaurant, Jiko is for you. Jiko offers a vegetarian and vegan menu. Everything that I’ve ordered here has been incredible.
If you are wine drinker, be sure to check out their amazing South African wine collections. It is one of the best collections of South African wines in the world. Also a fun event to do is the Jiko Wine Tasting. Every Wednesday they offer a guided wine tasting. Be sure to make reservations in advance! I did the wine tasting a few years ago and I had an amazing time learning about the history of South African wine.
The hollywood brown derby
If you are looking for a filling vegan meal, head over to The Hollywood Brown Derby at Hollywood Studios and order the Vegetarian Pho. The pho also comes with tofu springs rolls. It is so much food!
Before your meal, they serve bread and a side of olive oil and balsamic vinegar instead of butter.
I think that a meal prepared by Chef TJ is on every vegan’s bucket list. If you haven’t heard of Chef TJ before, he works at Trail’s End and creates the most elaborate multi-course vegan meals. Come hungry! Chef TJ prepares so much amazing vegan food!
This guide to Best Disney Restaurants for Vegans doesn’t include all of the vegan options at Disney restaurants. There are still a few restaurants that I haven’t had the chance to try yet. This guide highlights some of the best vegan options that I have found at Disney World.
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