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Old 09-27-2012, 07:44 AM   #1
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vegan meal

We are going in 17 days, its my 7th trip but my first as a vegan. Does anyone know of any of the restaurants that will accommodate my needs? We are staying near val d'europe this time so could go to any of the restaurants there.
I also saw somewhere that the Starbucks in the Disney village has soya milk but i can't remember seeing it on the menu there before.
We are planning on taking lots of food with us as we have a self catering apartment but it would be nice to eat out
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Old 09-27-2012, 08:41 AM   #2
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You are going to have fun

Been végé is hard enough in DLP and in France let alone vegan.

Starbucks have soja milk, you'll pay 50cts extra for it, but it's the only place I ever seen it over there.

I drink all other coffee black.

You can now get a salad at EoS - ask them to leave of the Feta or the Tuna or Chicken even a salad sandwich if you are desperate.

Otherwise the rest of the choices in the Village are grim.

In the park you have the buffet at Agrabah that has loads of végé choices both hot and cold - just watch out for things like honey in the salad dressing of the carrots - this would be your best value meal.

At Val d'Europe you have Noura which is Lebanese and has lovely falafel sandwiches and plates with hot and cold sides.

You've also got Le Paradis du Fruits which does lots of veg and fruit orientated food. Probably more végé than vegan but they do have soya milk

Maybe have a look too at the Tapas place which is just outside at the back of the food court.

There's the Chinese or rather Vietnamese restaurant that would do veg but it's going to be often in oyster sauce

hth and if I think of others I'll add to here
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