PHOTOS: New Vegan Plant-Based Menus (with Prices) Debut at the Magic Kingdom

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Guests who follow plant-based diets (or simply those looking to eat lighter or avoid animal products) now have a ton of new options to nosh on while at the Magic Kingdom. As previously announced, Walt Disney World has rolled out a new plant-based (vegan) icon along all of its menus, making it easier for guests to pick out what to eat. Along with the new icon are even more new plant-based food offerings, so we’ve broken it down park by park so you can plan ahead.

Check out all the new menus at the Magic Kingdom featuring the little leaf of plant-based approval, complete with pricing and lists of what’s vegan, below. As always, offerings like popcorn, veggie plates, and fruit cups remain as plant-based offerings on many menus, so you’ll see a few of those snack mainstays here as well.

If you see a link to any of the items listed, we’ve reviewed the item! Click through to check out our thoughts. Happy eats, plant-based friends!

Aloha Isle

  • Pineapple DOLE Whip® – $5.99
  • DOLE Whip® Pineapple Float – $5.99

Be Our Guest Restaurant – Breakfast

Be Our Guest Restaurant – Lunch

Be Our Guest Restaurant – Dinner

  • Roasted Corn and Spinach Tortellini
  • Mixed Field Greens
  • Vanilla Cake with Lemon Curd
  • Crème Brulee

Casey’s Corner

  • Slaw Dog – $11.49

Cinderella’s Royal Table – Breakfast

  • Royal Avocado Toast (Not available on current menus)

Cinderella’s Royal Table – Lunch and Dinner

  • Protein Bowl
  • Chickpea Panisse
  • Castle Salad
  • Lemon Sorbet
  • Coffee Pots de Crème

Columbia Harbour House – Lunch and Dinner

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café – Lunch and Dinner

  • Plant-based Sloppy Joe – $12.99

The Crystal Palace – Breakfast

  • Roasted Breakfast Potatoes
  • Oatmeal and Home-style Grits
  • Eggless Florentine
  • Breakfast Granola Medley
  • And more!

The Crystal Palace – Lunch and Dinner

  • Herb-scented Rice
  • Oak Fired Brussel Sprouts and Cauliflower Rice
  • Garden Patch Cottage Pie
  • Spiced Cupcakes
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Coconut Panna Cotta
  • And more!

The Diamond Horseshoe – Lunch and Dinner

  • Smoked Stuffed Peppers – $19.00
  • Harvest Beans (Included with entree)
  • Campfire Apple Cake – $8.00

The Friar’s Nook

Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen – Lunch and Dinner

Liberty Tree Tavern – Lunch and Dinner

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe – Lunch and Dinner

  • Vegetable Rice Bowl – $9.99
  • Southwest Cheeseburger – $12.49
  • Assorted sides including – Guacamole, Chips and Salsa, Yellow Rice ($4.49) and Black Beans ($4.49)
  • Toppings Bar with multiple plant-based options

Pinocchio Village Haus – Lunch and Dinner

  • Plant-based Pizza Options – $11.99
  • Pasta with Marinara Sauce – $11.99

Plaza Ice Cream Parlor

  • Non-dairy Frozen Desserts

The Plaza Restaurant – Breakfast

  • Breakfast Plate featuring Plant-based Eggs, Sausage and Breakfast Potatoes – $16.00

The Plaza Restaurant – Lunch and Dinner

  • Wedge Salad – $9.00
  • Plaza Burger (Lunch only) – $17.00
  • Bangers & Mash (Dinner Only) – $22.00
  • Dark Chocolate-Banana Bread Pudding with Soy Milk Frozen Dessert – $9.00

Sunshine Tree Terrace

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant – Lunch and Dinner

  • Garden Salad – $12.00
  • Spaghetti and Mushroom Meatballs – $22.00
  • Raspberry Sorbet – $7.00
  • Italian Strawberry Shortcake – $8.50

Assorted Snack Carts

Menu items are subject to change. The plant-based icon can be found next to plant-based food items at Disney owned-and-operated dinning locations.

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Thank you its very helpful to see all these menus and the new vegan items! :)


I’ve been seeing so many wonderful and tempting menu additions lately, many of which I’m eager to try even though I’m not vegan myself. I’m proud to say I do not count myself among the easily triggered minority who are too scared to try healthier food options.


I’m so disappointed in the majority of these new plant based choices. As a veg of over 35 years, I have no interest in fake eggs or fake sausage, etc. I was excited when I heard the new changes were coming because I thought this was a wonderful opportunity for the talented Disney chefs to create amazing VEGETABLE dishes. There are a plethora of things to do with vegetables and what a wonderful opportunity to introduce new tastes to guests, especially to those new to plant based eating. But, instead they chose meat substitutes almost across the board. Really? It… Read more »