New Plant-Based Eating Options Are Now At Disney Parks
You asked and Disney listened as hundreds of new Plant-Based eating options are now at Disney Parks. Disney has always led the way when it comes to dining options to meet every dietary need and beginning this week, even more, plant-based choices will be coming to both Walt Disney World as well as the Disneyland Resort.
Disney now has incorporated new menu options into ALL of their major quick and table service restaurants and are now serving up plant-based options at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort – along with a new plant-based menu icon coming to Disney dining. Now you can choose from hundreds of sweet and savory creations, including many brand-new dishes destined to become fan favorites!
Disney has always been at the forefront when it comes to looking for ways to bring more flavor, innovation, and creativity to the Disney dining experience – and Guest feedback is first on the menu as they evolve their menus and develop new dishes. Guests have embraced all of the new plant-based offerings at the Disney Parks around the globe, inspiring Disney to expand their menu and introduce a new menu icon, a green leaf, that makes it easier than ever for all guests to find these creations during their visit.
These fun and flavorful options are made from plant-based ingredients like vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes – and are made without animal meat, dairy, eggs or honey. From comfort-food classics to exciting new dishes for the adventurer in all of us, everyone will find something to delight their tastebuds.
On October 1 at quick-service locations and October 3 at table service locations, Walt Disney World Resort will launch the plant-based menu icon and introduce new options at our theme parks and resort hotels. Now when you are craving tasty plant-powered snacks and treats during your visit, you will be able to choose from more than 400 craveable dishes!
- Steamed Asian Dumplings from Le Cellier at Epcot® – These plant-based meat dumplings are served with bok choy, Chinese long beans, red peppers and radish in a delicious and fragrant Asian broth.
- Shiriki Noodle Salad from Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen at Magic Kingdom® Park – This refreshing salad is made with noodles, edamame beans, mushrooms, green mango, and cucumber, tossed with a sweet chili sauce.
- Felucian Garden Spread from Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (Disney’s Hollywood Studios® at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland® Park at the Disneyland Resort) – Made with plant-based “kefta,” herb hummus, tomato-cucumber relish and pita, this is the perfect bite for a visit to a galaxy far, far away.
- Chili-Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu Bowl from Satu’li Canteen at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park – This taste of Pandora features crispy tofu, seasoned with chili-spice and topped with a crunchy vegetable slaw, boba balls and a choice of base and sauce.
- Plant-Based Cashew Cheesecake from California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort – Just one of many scrumptious plant-based desserts available at Walt Disney World Resort.
Like you, I can’t wait to discover and rediscover the hundreds of delectable plant-based options at the parks and resort hotels. Whether they’re visiting Magic Kingdom Park, tasting your way across the globe at Epcot’s World Showcase, or grabbing a bite in a galaxy far, far away, they’re sure to find a plant-powered dish to enjoy.
And if you’re a Disneyland fan not to worry, Disney has you covered – the menu icon and many new plant-based options will be coming in 2020, so you too can savor exciting new flavors. Across the world, Disney is already serving up delicious plant-based cuisine, including Risotto-style Spelt with Mushrooms at Disneyland Paris,
Pan-fried Vegetables with Plant-based Dumplings at Hong Kong Disneyland, or Caramel Mix Nuts Banana Cake at Shanghai Disney Resort. When sailing the high seas with Disney Cruise Line there are bites to find, from a Plant-Based Chili Dog and Plant-Based Eggs to Chocolate Truffle Cake. Which of the new plant-based eating options that are coming to the Disney Parks are you looking forward to trying first?