Disney Parks Have a Ton of New Vegan Options, With More to Come

For vegan Disney lovers, the happiest place on Earth just got a little happier.

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Disney is now offering a robust selection of vegan options at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. Planning a trip to a Disney resort can be financial and logistical chaos for anyone, but for park goers who maintain a plant-based diet, it can be especially challenging.

There are plenty of ways to navigate the trying process of buying a ticket and lodging without breaking the bank, and now vegan Disney enthusiasts have one less thing to worry about.

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The quick-service locations, sit-down restaurants and resort hotels now offer over 400 vegan dishes. You’ll see each vegan menu item marked with a green leaf, so it’s super easy to quickly scan and figure out which options are right for you.

Some menus have a dedicated “plant-based” section, and you can check out menus ahead of time on the Disney World and Disneyland websites. However, keep in mind, dining in at Disney is expensive regardless of your dietary restrictions. So, you probably won’t save much money by eating vegan during your vacation.

As far as vegan options go, we aren’t talking about the sadly commonplace “dry salad with croutons” entrée. For example, one of the highlighted items at Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen at the Magic Kingdom is the Shiriki Noodle Salad, noodle salad with edamame, mushrooms, green mango, cucumber and a sweet chili sauce.

If that’s a little rich for your blood, there are plenty of standard burgers and comfort food options available as well. They even have vegan desserts, like the plant-based Cashew Cheesecake. Even if you are paying Disney prices, the variety in the selection is remarkably good.

Disney started rolling out the vegan menu at the beginning of October 2019, so keep an eye on upcoming dishes, seasonal promotions and menu changes in the coming months. Even if you aren’t vegan, magical things happen at Disney — it never hurts to try something new.

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Oliver Pretl-Drummond

Oliver Pretl-Drummond is a copywriter, memoirist and Scorpio living in Baltimore, MD. Primed by years of recreational research spirals, they've helped Slickdeals document hundreds of arcane store policies and hidden coupon tricks for the greater good of deal hunters everywhere. They spend their days seeking and sharing killer deals on budget travel, sound systems, home goods and tech. By night, their free time is reserved for making bass music while consuming exotic caffeinated beverages with their partner and growing family of yucca plants.

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