Hundreds of Plant-Based Dining Options Coming to Disney Parks

Disney is known for it’s vast array of snack and meal options– drawing attention from around the globe.

Well now, they’re branching even further out to give more choices to those with dietary restrictions.

Several restaurants at Walt Disney World and Disneyland are rolling out new plant-based options. These new menu selections are made without animal meat, dairy, eggs or honey.

With this new initiative comes new branding too. Disney will be adding a new leaf emblem to special menu items in order to let guests know which options fit with their diets:

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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 roughly 400 plant-based dishes.

Steamed Asian Dumplings from Le Cellier at Epcot – plant-based meat dumplings, served with bok choy, Chinese long beans, red peppers and radish in an Asian broth.

Shiriki Noodle Salad from Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen at Magic Kingdom Park – Salad made with noodles, edamame beans, mushrooms, green mango and cucumber, tossed with a sweet chili sauce.

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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.

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Chili-Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu Bowl from Satu’li Canteen at Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Crispy tofu, seasoned with chili-spice and topped with a crunchy vegetable slaw, boba balls and your choice of base and sauce.

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Plant-Based Cashew Cheescake from California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

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Disneyland will begin rolling out their new plant-based options in Spring 2020.

Here’s a preview:

While the U.S. parks are getting hundreds of options, Disney says international parks and Disney Cruise Line will begin to offer more and more plant-based options over time.

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