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Headed to Disney World and want to eat your way around the world, but not sure what is vegan? Here’s a complete vegan Epcot guide (including the Food & Wine Festival)!
My favorite way to travel is exploring off the beaten path locations, finding the exciting side to “boring” places, and traveling like the locals. However, there are a few places that get me acting like a damn fool. Like I’ve never set outside of my backyard before and Disney World is one of them. Admitting that I love Disney World may make me seem like less of a world traveler to some but there’s a lot of nostalgia for me there. I grew up going here almost every year and it’ll never stop feeling special to me. I’ve now been a few times as a vegan and I’m happy to report it is not difficult! Here is a complete vegan Epcot guide (including the Food & Wine Festival vegan options).
Vegan Epcot Guide
As we all know, the world is changing. Veganism is on the rise and Disney World is not one to be left in the dust. The vegan Epcot options are on the rise too. You’ll find plenty of vegan snack options, quick-service options, and options at sit-down restaurants.
Vegan Epcot Snacks
Name of Establishment: L’Artisan des Glaces Location: France Vegan Option: Sorbet and waffle cone (rotating flavors) Cost: $
Name of Establishment: Joffrey’s Coffee Location: Future World & World Showcase Vegan Option: Coffee (almond milk available) Cost: $
Name of Establishment: Starbucks Location: World Showcase Vegan Option: Coffee (non-dairy milk available) Cost: $
Name of Establishment: The Land Cart Location: Future World Vegan Option: Hummus with pretzels, fruit, and veggies Cost: $
Name of Establishment: Choza de Margarita Location: Mexico Vegan Option: Guacamole & Chips Cost: $
Name of Establishment: Trinken Beer Cart Location: Germany Vegan Option: Jumbo Pretzels Cost: $
Name of Establishment: Kabuki Cafe Location: Japan Vegan Option: Kakigori (leave off sweet milk topping) and Edamame Cost: $
Name of Establishment: Fire and Drum Tavern Location: America Vegan Option: Popcorn Cost: $
Vegan Epcot Quick Service
Name of Establishment: Sunshine Seasons Location: Future World Vegan Option: Vegan korma with Gardein Meatless Chik’n, Vegetable Sushi, Jackfruit Gyro, variety of vegan snacks, vegan dessert offered often but not always, vegan breakfast wrap in mornings Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: La Cantina de San Angel Location: Mexico Vegan Option: Coffee (almond milk available) Cost: $$
Name of Establishment: Regal Eagle Location: America Vegan Option: BBQ burger Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: Katsura Grill Location: Japan Vegan Option: Edamame, steamed rice, and vegetable sushi roll Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: Tangierine Cafe Location: Morocco Vegan Option: Vegetable platter (pita is vegan sometimes and not at other times – ask to see ingredients) Cost: $-$$
Vegan Epcot Restaurants
Name of Establishment: Coral Reef Restaurant Location: Future World Vegan Option: Mushroom lobster-style salad, grilled garden vegetable skewer, Bailey’s almond and Jack Daniel’s mousse, vegan rolls, rotating soups. Earth balance butter available Cost: $-$$$
Name of Establishment: Garden Grill Location: Future World Vegan Option: Breakfast skillet (tator tots, vegan wrap and Mickey waffles), lunch skillet (vegan loaf, rice, green beans, corn, fries, salad and rolls) and shortcake with fruit. Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: La Hacienda de San Angel Location: Mexico Vegan Option: Guacamole and chips, vegetable tacos (leave off the cheese), Vegetable Enchilada (leave off the cheese) Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: San Angel Inn Location: Mexico Vegan Option: Vegetable tacos and enchiladas (ask to be made vegan), chips, salsa, refried beans Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: Akershus Royal Banquet Hall Location: Norway Vegan Option: Breakfast – Tofu scramble, vegan waffles (request vegan ones specifically), potatoes, fruit; Lunch – Raspeballer Scandinavian potato dumpling, fresh fruit, salad Cost: $-$$$
Name of Establishment: Biergarten Location: Germany Vegan Option: tomato salad, green bean salad, beet salad, cabbage, fresh pickles, pretzels, potato wedges, rice with peas, sauteed veggies and red cabbage, Enjoy Life chocolate Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: Via Napoli Location: Italy Vegan Option: Vegan margarita pizza, salad, spaghetti marinara Cost: $-$$$
Name of Establishment: Teppan Edo Location: Japan Vegan Option: Yasai fresh grilled veggies (ask for steamed rice) and Edamame Cost: $-$$$
Name of Establishment: Tokyo Dining Location: Japan Vegan Option: Veggie sushi, seaweed salad, and edamame Cost: $-$$$
Name of Establishment: Restaurant Marrakesh Location: Morocco Vegan Option: Mediterranean appetizer for two, couscous with veggies (leave off butter) Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: Spice Road Table Location: Morocco Vegan Option: Hummus and olives, rice-stuffed grape leaves, vegetable platter Cost: $-$$
Name of Establishment: Rose and Crown Location: United Kingdom Vegan Option: Vegan fish and chips, tofu masala curry, vegan bangers and mash, savory hot pot, coconut rice pudding, mushy peas Cost: $-$$$
Name of Establishment: Le Cellier Location: Canada Vegan Option: Steamed Asian-style dumplings (Impossible meat), watermelon salad, maple whiskey-glazed brussel sprouts, black forest trifle Cost: $-$$$
Vegan Epcot Food & Wine Festival
The Epcot International Food + Wine Festival is an annual event typically from September to mid-November. While the Food + Wine Festival is a must-visit at some point, there are plenty of other great times to choose when planning when to visit Disney.
Throughout Epcot, you’ll find stations themed around different countries and other themes.
Given the number of booths and offerings, there are not that many vegan options. However, I tried every choice except one and I thought I was going to burst so there are definitely enough vegan options at the festival to fill you up!
This is the only booth that I didn’t try as I have not eaten the Impossible Burger. I’ve been firmly against eating it as they tested on rats in order to get FDA approval and I love the Beyond Burger so I don’t feel like I’m missing out.
I do see both sides of the coin though and I know the availability of the Impossible Burger has saved a lot of animals’ lives so there may be a day that I change my mind on this. I’d say half my friends eat this burger and half don’t and no judgment from me either way.
The slider comes on a sesame bun with wasabi cream and spicy slaw and it is vegan as is! It sounds delicious!
*I now eat the Impossible products.
Vegan nachos! This wasn’t my favorite dish as I hate olives and raw onions. I didn’t realize it had either or I would have had it left off. However, this does have vegan sausage, vegan feta, and vegan tzatziki sauce. I think that’s pretty awesome. If you love Greek food, you’ll love these and it’s worth a try!
If you’re walking around the World Showcase starting with Mexico, the Greek station will be the first vegan option you’ll come to!
The next option is India! Here you’ll find a red madras curry served with rice. I found it to be lacking a bit on flavor but it was still delicious and the portion was rather big for the price (speaking Disney prices, at least).
Next up is Africa. This is ended up being one of my favorites. So rich and flavorful and another portion size that was quite nice! This dish was a Spicy Ethiopian Red Lentil Stew. The stew is topped with quinoa and vegan yogurt. Yum!
I find it kind of weird that they had a station called ‘Africa’ and then a station called ‘Morocco.’ Geography alert – Morocco is, in fact, in Africa. I digress though.
These hummus fries were so damn good. Make sure to get them without the tzatziki sauce. These and the stew were my two favorite dishes at the Epcot Food + Wine Festival.
The Almond Orchard
Not a country theme, but a great option nonetheless is the Almond Orchard station. You can find two vegan options here. The sundae is a banana soft serve topped with berries. Make sure to order without the chocolate almond streusel. They also have a strawberry smoothie which is vegan as is!
The Almond Orchard is at the start of the World Showcase (in between Mexico and Canada) and is sponsored by Almond Breeze
Vegan Epcot Overview
Overall, I was really pleased with the vegan options at the Food + Wine Festival and the vegan Epcot options in general. While I would, of course, love to see more and more choices, I most definitely did not leave hungry.
I’ll be updating this regularly as I know Disney changes their suppliers and menu items often. Please do leave a comment if you know of something that needs to be changed.
Ashley Hubbard is a blogger and freelance writer based in Nashville, Tennessee focusing on sustainability, travel, veganism, mental health, and more. Passionate about animal rights, sustainable travel, and social impact, she seeks out ethical experiences whether at home or on the road. She shares these experiences on her website, wild-hearted.com.
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