Vegetarian Dining in Disney World
Vegetarians find eating in WDW to be easy and plentiful. If you don’t see an option on the menu, just ask your server or the counter-service cast member for assistance. Often, they’ll readily give you a list of items that aren’t noted on the menu.
For example, here’s a Vegetarian menu from La Hacienda de San Angel:
Vegetarian Meal Reviews
Favorite restaurants for vegetarians
Teppan Edo (veggies and noodles), Yak and Yeti counter service (ask for sweet and sour vegetables), ‘Ohana (vegetarian plate), Chef Mickey’s (buffet), Crystal Palace (buffet), La Hacienda de San Angel (Cheese Empanadas, Veggie Enchiladas, Veggie Tacos, Spinach Salad), Hoop-Dee-Doo (grilled vegetable platter or pasta dish), Flying Fish (vegetarian Bento Box), California Grill (roasted beet and goat cheese salad), Liberty Square Market (baked potato).
Reader Jean: Yak and Yeti in Asia has Vegetable Lo Mein on menu to which you can add Tofu. However, they will substitute Tofu for any meat dish on menu. I’ve had Bourbon Tofu, Sweet ‘n Sour Tofu, Honey Tofu and Miso glazed Tofu (instead of the Salmon) which was fantastic! Also the Maple Tamarind chicken made with Tofu instead is really good. For an appy, the wok-fried green beans are vegan. You can get some of these at their quick service next door because they share same kitchen.
Reader Gay B.: Best Meal of our trip was in Epcot’s Mexico pavilion at La Hacienda de San Angel. The restaurant has a separate vegetarian menu and the food was delicious; we both ate Enchalades de Vegetales.
France, Boulangerie Patisserie — great grab and go sandwiches, quiche and goodies, also like the cheese tray with a baguette
Morocco, Tangierine Cafe — good option for counter service usually, but was just okay this trip
Italy, Via Napoli pizza window — “pizza was cardboard”
Future World, Sunshine Seasons — not as good of a selection of vegetarian options as in previous visits
Second best meal: Sci-Fi Dine-In at Disney’s Hollywood Studios — great veggie burger, unusual and very tasty, unexpectedly good
Animal Kingdom, Pizzafari — okay pizza and pretty good salad
Magic Kingdom, Cosmic Ray’s — usual veggie burgers and toppings bar, but was so crowded our food was cold by the time we found someplace to eat it
Main Street Bakery — Starbucks coffee and pastries, happy adults!
Old Key West, Olivia’s — was out of veggie burgers and only option was pasta. Food was okay but not as good as previous visits
Polynesian, Kona Cafe — wonderful coffees and muffins and scones, also very delicious kid friendly hot chocolate with real whipped cream
For more information, visit our Special Diets Resources Page.
For more Disney dining information, including details on dining discounts, restaurants, dining plans, menus, and more, visit our Disney Dining Reference Page.