Best Vegan CS

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  1. lexmelinda

    lexmelinda <font color=blue>Has a Seussical googling DD<br><f

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    I booked the 4/3 deal so I could give my 19 yr old daughter a trip for Christmas.

    It's a budget trip and she's a vegan. I will probably book a dinner at Boma but besides that it's strictly CS.

    Please recommend your favorite vegan CS meals. Thanks! :flower3:
     
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    Laura This space for rent

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    The chili at Columbia Harbour House is vegan, and the Lighthouse sandwich should be vegan without the broccoli slaw. They have Boca burgers in Pecos Bill's and Cosmic Ray's. So that's MK. In Epcot, there's Sunshine Seasons with several choices, and Tangierine Cafe has a couple options (I believe the lentil salad is not vegan), and there's another veggie burger in Liberty Inn. In the Studios, they could make the veggie cheeseburger without cheese at Rosie's and the veggie sandwich without cheese at Backlot Express, and there's a pita sandwich in Starring Rolls that might work. In AK, the only choice is a veggie burger at Restaurantosaurus.

    Some snacks are vegan, like pretzels, Itzakadoozie bars and kaki gori in Epcot's Japan. There are also some fruit stands.
     
  5. Forever42

    Forever42 The best part of Disney is the food!

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    At the Animal Kingdom, there's an absolutely lovely fruit plate at Flame Tree that is vegan without the yogurt. I'm lacto-ovo and dabbled with veganism earlier in the year, and adored the fruit.

    Sunshine Seasons also has many choices, at Future World in Epcot.

    I have a list here that I made earlier in the year with items that may be or possibly could be veganized

    (I see I skipped CHH for some reason, not sure why, the chili is amazing though)

    Electric Umbrella

    Future World - Epcot

    Whole Wheat Vegetable Wrap with hummus, vegetables, balsamic vinaigrette and apple slices $6.89

    Fruit Cup $2.99



    Sunshine Seasons

    The Land
    Future World
    Epcot


    Various items



    Cantina de San Angel
    Mexico - World Showcase - Epcot
    Counter Service

    Wet Burrito - soft flour tortillas filled with beef, served with lettuce, tomato, cheese, black refried beans, sour cream and Adobo Sauce $7.95

    (ask for beans only, no cheese, no sour cream)


    Ensalada Mexicana - tortilla shell filled with grilled chicken, black refried beans, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, cheese and Mexican salsa $8.75

    (ask for no chicken, no sour cream, no cheese)

    Black Refried Beans - $1.75

    Guacamole - $2.95



    Liberty Inn
    America - World Showcase - Epcot

    Counter Service

    Vegetarian Burger - with apple slices or fries $6.39


    Vegetable Wrap with apple slices $6.99


    Fruit Cup $2.99



    Yakitori House
    Japan - World Showcase - Epcot
    Counter Service

    Garden Salad with ginger dressing - lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red cabbage and carrot topped with original ginger dressing $3.29


    Flame Tree BBQ
    Animal Kingdom
    Counter Service

    Mixed Green Salad -- crisp greens and tomato with balsamic vinaigrette dressing in a toasted garlic shell $4.99

    Fruit Plate - seasonal sliced fruit plate served with honey yogurt $6.99

    (no yogurt)



    Harambe Fruit Market
    Animal Kingdom
    Kiosk

    Pineapple Bites $3.99
    Watermelon $2.29
    Fruit Cup $2.99
    Apple $0.99
    Celery and Carrot Sticks $3.89




    Back Lot Express
    Disney-MGM Studios
    Counter Service


    Southwest Salad with mixed greens, crisp corn tortilla, black bean relish, grilled sweet plantains and chimichurri dressing $6.49

    (this now has chicken, ask for no chicken)

    Grilled Vegetable Sandwich - black olive ciabatta roll, mushrooms, red peppers, zucchini, tomato, watercress and cheese with sundried tomato pesto and black bean salad $6.99



    Flatbread Grill
    (Studio Catering Company)
    Disney-MGM Studios
    Counter Service


    Greek Salad with Lemon-Oregano Dressing $5.99

    (no cheese, if it has cheese)

    Toy Story Pizza Planet
    Disney-MGM Studios
    Counter Service

    Toy Story Salad (Kalamata olives, pepperoncini, feta cheese, onions, tomatoes with balsamic vinaigrette) - $4.99


    (no feta cheese)


    Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe
    Tomorrowland - Magic Kingdom
    Counter Service

    Vegetarian Wrap $6.79

    Vegetarian Burger - $6.29


    PECOS BILL
    TALL TALE INN AND CAFE

    Frontierland - Magic Kingdom
    Counter Service

    Vegetarian Burger served with fries or apple slices $6.29

    Chicken Salad - freshly tossed seasoned chicken, jicama, lettuce, vegetables and cheese in a lime vinaigrette $6.99; served without grilled chicken $4.99

    (no chicken, no cheese)


    Pinocchio Village Haus

    Fantasyland
    Magic Kingdom


    Mediterranean Salad - mixed greens, chicken, and mozzarella cheese $7.19

    (no chicken, no cheese)
     
  6. Laura

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    Fruit is great, but I don't consider it a meal. :)
     
  7. Forever42

    Forever42 The best part of Disney is the food!

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    I usually agree (I eat a lot of protein), but I was astounded by the size of this one. It was a third of a cantaloupe, third of a honeydew, half an orange, third of a pineapple, large bunch of grapes, and quite a bit else.
     
  8. lexmelinda

    lexmelinda <font color=blue>Has a Seussical googling DD<br><f

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    Thank you, everyone! :flower3:

    The links and comments were all very helpful.
     
  9. disprincessatheart

    disprincessatheart I was a Disney Bride 4.29.08

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    If you do other TS don't be afraid to ask for vegan options. I have a vegan friend who came to our WDW wedding this spring. Narcoossee's sent the chef out to discuss options with her. She had a 4 course meal - apps to desserts - all custom prepared for her. It was pretty cool!

    She only went to MK with us that week, but she loved the veggie burger at Pecos Bill and the CP buffet - lots of veggie options.
     

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