Vegetarian Food at Magic Kingdom

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Written By Carlos Braga

Do you know where to find vegetarian food in Magic Kingdom? If not, don't worry, we'll tell you everything here!

We know that Disney restaurants have meat dishes for the most part. This can pose a problem for those who are vegetarians.

However, there are some options of restaurants at the Magic Kingdom with vegetarian dishes.

If you plan to visit the park soon, you should print this guide to plan your meals.

For this, read on!

Where to find vegetarian food in Magic Kingdom

Unlike Epcot, the Magic Kingdom It already has more vegetarian food options.

After all, it's a matter of math: most of Disney's 140+ restaurants are in the park, so it's obvious that some will have good dining options. vegetarian dishes.

Below, we will list a few options for you to plan. Check it out below!

Pinocchio Village Haus

Pinocchio Village Haus is located in the Magic Kingdom in a very privileged position.

If you're lucky enough to get a table by the window, you'll get a first-hand view of the It's a Small World attraction boat rides.

In other words: in addition to the meal, you get entertainment “for free”.

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Pinocchio_Village_Haus_Magic_Kingdom

Vegetarian food options here are excellent. Seriously: the dishes are so good that anyone would love them.

The best alternative is flatbread (the famous flatbread). There are many options for fillings (some with meat), but our favorites are margherita (mozzarella cheese, tomato and basil, for $11.99 dollars) and gourmet cheese (tomato sauce, cheddar, mozzarella, provolone and parmesan cheese, for $11.99 dollars).

In addition to the flatbreads, the menu has an option of penne pasta with marinara ($$7.29).

For desserts, the restaurant also has some vegetarian options. For example: Italian sweet bengal ice cream, unsweetened lemon sorbet and Greek yogurt.

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe is a restaurant with many, many options for meat foods. However, that said, it also has four excellent alternatives for vegetarian dishes in menu.

The first of these is the Southwest-style veggie cheeseburger.

It's a veggie burger with cheese, served alongside vegan jack with jalapeño peppers, toasted bread and vegan avocado aioli. The price is $12.49 dollars.

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pecos-bill-tall-tale-inn-cafe

The second option is the Southwest style room, which is really, really good. It consists of a mix of green leaves with bean salsa and roasted corn, in addition to a crispy tortilla and tomato ($$10.99).

Third option: bowl of vegetarian rice, with black beans and roasted vegetables ($$9.99).

Finally, my favorite option: the vegetarian nachos, served with tortilla chips with Mexican cheese, zucchini and pumpkin ($$9.49).

Columbia Harbor House

Located in Liberty Park, the Columbia Harbor House is one of the most famous Magic Kingdom restaurants.

It is quite large and full of interesting food options, although most use some type of meat among their ingredients.

However, the menu of the place has an excellent vegetarian option: the lighthouse sandwich.

Vegan Lighthouse Sandwich - Columbia Harbor House
Vegan Lighthouse Sandwich – Columbia Harbor House

It costs $$10.69 and comes with hummus with tomato and broccoli salad served on multigrain toasted bread with a side of potato.

The other option inside the restaurant is to opt for the menu of soups and side dishes to assemble your meal.

For example, it is possible to assemble a very good meal with just the side dishes: rice with vegetables ($2.99 dollars), green beans and carrots ($2.99 dollars), corn cakes ($3.99 dollars) and French fries ($4, 49 dollars). There is still macaroni and cheese ($$3.29) and vegetarian chili ($$6.49) among all the options.

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Cosmic Rays Starlight Cafe

One of the most famous establishments in the Magic Kingdom (more precisely in the area Tomorrowland) and the Cosmic Rays Starlight Cafe.

The place is well known for its delicious hamburgers, famous on the Internet.

But that's not all Cosmic Ray has on the menu. There are some vegetarian options too.

The most famous is the vegetarian Sloppy Joe.

Cosmic Rays Starlight Cafe - Vegetarian Food Vegan Sloppy Joe
Cosmic Rays Starlight Cafe – Vegetarian Food Vegan Sloppy Joe

It consists of pieces of vegetable meat, served around a Sloppy Joel sauce with diced onion, yellow mustard, ketchup, garlic and brown sugar. The food is served with french fries and costs $12.99 dollars.

The other option on the menu is the Greek salad, made with tomato relish, banana pepper, feta cheese and kalamata olives, with a Greek vinaigrette dressing. It costs $9.99 dollars.

Be our Guest

The Be Our Guest It is, without a doubt, the most famous restaurant in the Magic Kingdom.

It is decorated based on the castle from the movie Beauty and the Beast and has a coolest event for fans of the long: the chance to meet Beauty and the Beast to take pictures and win autographs of the characters.

Therefore, it is a very popular restaurant.

Disney recommends, for example, that you book your reservation there at least 180 days in advance.

As it could not be otherwise, being an extremely popular option, the event's menu has some good vegetarian options.

There are two vegetarian soups, for example. The first is French onion, which costs $$7.99, while the second is potato and leek ($$5.99).

Be our Guest - Vegetarian Food
Be our Guest – Vegetarian Food

Among the main dishes is the vegetarian quiche (it is a quiche of mushrooms, zucchini, peppers, onions and chives, accompanied by baby lettuce and champagne vinaigrette). The price is $12.99 dollars.

Another option is the quinoa salad, consisting of cooled green beans, potato, olives, grilled peppers, tomato and golden beetroot. The value is $12.99 dollars.

The desserts have many vegetarian options: there are several cakes and cupcakes with different flavors, each costing about $4.99 dollars.

Is it hard to find vegetarian food at the Magic Kingdom?

Well, yes it is. It's a little difficult, although it's easier than at Epcot, for example. The Magic Kingdom has more restaurants and there is always at least one vegetarian option in most of them.

Of course, it's not enough and it could be much better, but you can walk around the park without giving up your eating habits.

Another option, if you prefer to prepare your own food, is to send deliver some groceries from supermarkets to your Disney hotel and prepare the dishes in advance. Another alternative is to go to the markets themselves to buy the ingredients.

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About the Author Carlos Braga:

Unparalleled experience in Orlando and Disney! As a former Universal Orlando team member and a passionate devotee of the magic of Disney, I have become a true Orlando travel expert. Before becoming a renowned travel consultant dedicated to Orlando, I had already made hundreds of visits to the parks, cultivating my knowledge and passion mainly over the last 7 years as a consultant and specialist in Disney travel.

My journey into this enchanted world began in 1995, when I took my first trip to Orlando. Since then, my love for Disney and the city has only grown. In 2023, we celebrate the sixth anniversary of 'Partiu Disney Parks', consolidating our role as one of the main sources of information about Disney and Orlando Parks.

During these six years of existence, we have continued to offer quality and updated content, being the reliable source for all those looking for essential information to plan their trip to Disney and Orlando. With my vast experience and passion for this magical destination, I am here to guide you every step of the way towards the most incredible Orlando and Disney experience!

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I hope again that this post helped you in your research for your trip to Disney or Orlando.

As a way to help us keep the blog going, we just ask you to help us by sharing this publication and subscribing to our social networks as Facebook, Instagram or Youtube channel.

In addition to helping us, we are sure that there you will find hundreds of useful posts for your trip!

About the Author Carlos Braga:

Unparalleled experience in Orlando and Disney! As a former Universal Orlando team member and a passionate devotee of the magic of Disney, I have become a true Orlando travel expert. Before becoming a renowned travel consultant dedicated to Orlando, I had already made hundreds of visits to the parks, cultivating my knowledge and passion mainly over the last 7 years as a consultant and specialist in Disney travel.

My journey into this enchanted world began in 1995, when I took my first trip to Orlando. Since then, my love for Disney and the city has only grown. In 2023, we celebrate the sixth anniversary of 'Partiu Disney Parks', consolidating our role as one of the main sources of information about Disney and Orlando Parks.

During these six years of existence, we have continued to offer quality and updated content, being the reliable source for all those looking for essential information to plan their trip to Disney and Orlando. With my vast experience and passion for this magical destination, I am here to guide you every step of the way towards the most incredible Orlando and Disney experience!

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