Do you — or does a member of your Disney World traveling party — follow a vegetarian or plant-based diet? If so, then you’ll definitely want to know about a new resource in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.
Magic Kingdom dining locations are now carrying the “Disney Plant-Based Cuisine” guide to assist guests on the search for vegetarian and plant-based menu items!
The guide is noted as being published for Spring 2019, with a note encouraging guests to “spring into our delicious assortment of meatless menu items!” So we expect to see new editions accordingly.
Note the bottom left corner of the picture above, which has a key for designating items that do not contain animal meat, dairy, eggs, or honey.
Offerings in the tri-fold pamphlet are divvied up by Land.
You can click any of the images to enlarge for easier reading.
Something to note: a DFB Reader informed that Twinkies are not vegetarian. However, you’ll notice that the Fried Twinkie is listed as a vegetarian option at Friar’s Nook. So, just a reminder that it’s always best to double check things to be sure.
Though we’ve noticed the changing dining landscape with offerings such as the Vegan Brat at Friar’s Nook and the Falls Family Falafel at the Jungle Skipper Canteen as they’ve hit the scene, this effort to organize information so it is easily accessible to interested guests will likely be a very welcome resource for many!
We spotted the guide out in the open at the map kiosk in Liberty Square, but it is also available at dining locations around the park. For instance, we received one by request at Columbia Harbour House.
So, if you don’t spot one on your own, simply ask a Food & Beverage or Guest Relations Cast Member!
Note: in speaking with Cast Members, they only knew the guide to be currently available in Magic Kingdom. But we’ll be on the lookout for the plant-based guide in other parks and will keep you posted!
What do you think of this new dining resource? Please let us know with a comment!