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Disney Epcot Vegetarian Guide

With the future World World and World Showcase at hand, Epcot offers many great vegetarian food options. Whether you prefer to have a meal on the go or sit down and dine in style, you will be able to find some delicious menu items to suit your lifestyle. There are several snack cart locations that offer pizza, ice cream, and pretzels as well.

Note: Items in this list may contain dairy or eggs.

Tangier coffee

Located in the Morocco section of the World Showcase, this casual cafe has some delicious vegetarian options. The vegetable plate with Tangier couscous salad, hummus and tabouleh is a favorite.

Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie

Visit France for a variety of meatless pastries and indulgent treats at Les Halles patisserie-patisserie. You can also enjoy fresh crepes at the crepe stand by the lagoon in France. Try the brie aux pommes sandwich (brie, apples and blueberries on whole wheat bread) or the pissaladière quiche with tomatoes, olives and Gruyère cheese.

Kabuki Cafe

Kaki-Gori (shaved ice with delicious fruit flavors) is one of the best snacks at Disney World. It’s vegan too, so don’t miss out on Kabuki Cafe on a hot summer day! You can find a variety of packaged vegetarian delicacies at Mitsukoshi department store. Note: If you don’t read Japanese, ask about the ingredients in snacks before you buy.

Liberty Inn

Order the grilled plant-based burger topped with crispy onions and barbecue sauce at the Liberty Inn in the American pavilion. There are also extensive menus for people allergic to gluten, eggs, shellfish, milk, peanuts, and soy.

Kringla Bakery and Cafe

The bakery items at the Kringla Bakeri og Kafe in the Norway Pavilion are mostly vegetarian-friendly, but if in doubt, ask. Try the popular puff pastry with whipped cream and fresh berries.

The electric umbrella

The Electric Umbrella is an American quick service spot in Future World. It offers a three-cheese flatbread and a quinoa and vegetable salad with cauliflower, carrots, cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes and edamame drizzled with agave lime dressing.

Sunny seasons

Sunshine Seasons, located in The Land pavilion, has many vegetarian options, including salads, stir fries, vegetarian wraps, and desserts. You can order items separately or get an entrée from one station and a dessert from another without having to wait in line multiple times. Sunshine Seasons is a good option if everyone in your group has different menu preferences.

Coral reef

Although Coral Reef is a seafood restaurant, there are many vegetarian options for those who prefer not to eat fish. In addition to the salads, there are spinach and ricotta ravioli with artichoke, leek and dill cream, small asparagus and a balsamic glaze, as well as tempura fried cauliflower with small potatoes, spinach, tomatoes, bell peppers and a vegan whole mustard vinaigrette. .

The San Angel Inn restaurant

The San Angel Inn restaurant in Mexico has two vegetarian entrees, a large salad with vegetables, and a wrap with sauteed vegetables and black beans instead of meat or chicken.

Cooks from France

Chefs de France offers several vegetarian options, including appetizers, entrees, and desserts, so you can meet Remi and still have some delicious menu options to choose from. Note: The onion soup sounds vegetarian, but it contains beef broth.

Via Napoli Restaurant and Pizzeria

Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria in Italy has many dishes with vegetable ingredients and garnishes. Tutto Italia has a big ‘meat’ approach, so check the menu before dining at this place.

The Tokyo dining room

The Tokyo diner in Japan serves a bento box and tofu options. Although there is a tasty vegetable dish option in Teppan Edo, your food will be cooked on the same grill along with beef, chicken, and shrimp.

Garden grill

If you’ve even ridden the boat tour of The Land, then you’ve seen the various products grown on the site. That product is served in the Garden Grill restaurant upstairs. Vegetarian meals are available on request at this location. This is a place to eat with characters, so you can get an autograph while you dine.

Non-vegetarian restaurants

Restaurants in Norway, Germany, Morocco, and Canada can modify dishes upon request, but they don’t have extensive vegetarian options.

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