Vegetarian and Vegan Food Options at Disneyland Resort

2013-03-Portobello-Philly-Dog-Award-Weiners-DCA-0118ZX_0162JD1At the Disneyland Resort, vegetarian and vegan guests can munch on much more than leafy greens. Chefs flaunt their creative side with a wide selection of dishes to please any palate. From corn with a cayenne kick to veggie gumbo in a bread bowl, these breakfast, lunch and dinner offerings range from light to hearty. Highlights are:

At Disneyland Park

Plaza Inn on Main Street, U.S.A.

  • Vegan: golden hash browns, vegan mini Mickey waffles

Carnation Cafe on Main Street, U.S.A.

  • Vegetarian: apple-granola pancakes; huevos rancheros (corn tortilla, poached eggs, jack cheese and fire-roasted salsa with avocado-black bean pico del gallo)
  • Vegan: Chef’s Vegan Burger

Royal Street Veranda in New Orleans Square

  • Vegan: vegetarian gumbo served in a sourdough bread boule

Harbour Galley in Critter Country

  • Vegetarian: broccoli cheese soup in a sourdough bread boule

French Market in New Orleans Square

  • Vegetarian: corn chowder with roasted corn and black-eyed pea maque choux in a sourdough bread boule
  • Vegan: “N’awlins” salad without pecans (lettuce, julienned yams, granny smith apples, lentils and tart cherries with a sweet citrus vinaigrette); vegetable jambalaya

2013-04-Portobello-Mushroom-Couscous-Blue-Bayou-DLRBlue Bayou Restaurant in New Orleans Square

  • Vegan: Portobello mushroom and couscous maque choux (marinated in a balsamic vinaigrette with roasted corn and bell pepper couscous and sautéed spinach)

Cafe Orléans in New Orleans Square

  • Vegetarian: three-cheese Monte Cristo, veggie crepe
  • Vegan: vegetable ragout without cheese, Crescent City Salad without meat and cheese

Village Haus Restaurant in Fantasyland

  • Vegetarian: garden vegetable burger

Edelweiss Snacks in Fantasyland

  • Vegetarian: chile lime corn on the cob

Big Thunder Ranch Barbecue in Frontierland

  • Vegetarian: vegetable tofu skewer

Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante in Frontierland

  • Vegetarian: soft flour tacos filled with onion, red and green bell pepper, yellow squash, zucchini, carrots and cheese; vegetable burrito; enchiladas filled with cheddar cheese, cilantro and red onions
  • Vegan: All vegetarian items can be made vegan except enchiladas.

2012-02-Fried-Green-Tomato-Sandwich-Hungry-Bear-Restaurant-DLRHungry Bear Restaurant in Critter Country

  • Vegetarian: fried green tomato sandwich (cornmeal-crusted fried green tomatoes with fresh heirloom tomatoes, Havarti cheese, remoulade and jicama-mango slaw on a multi-grain roll); watermelon salad

Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port in Tomorrowland

  • Vegetarian: cheese pizza, vegetable pizza
  • Vegan: tomato-basil pasta without cheese, spaghetti with “Mars-inara” sauce without cheese


At Disney California Adventure Park

Veggie-Tater-Casserole-forkFlo’s V-8 Cafe in Cars Land

  • Vegetarian: Veggie Tater Bake (roasted vegetables, bulgur wheat, soy crumbles and smashed red potatoes with cheddar cheese)

Paradise Garden Grill on Paradise Pier

  • Vegetarian: vegetable and tofu skewer with Moroccan chili sauce, chimichurri or tzatziki

Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta on Paradise Pier

  • Vegetarian: pesto ravioli, Portobello mushroom and spinach flatbread pizza
  • Vegan: Boardwalk field greens without pecans or blue cheese (fresh greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, Craisins Dried Cranberries, golden raisins and basil vinaigrette)

Cove Bar on Paradise Pier

  • Vegetarian: nachos with black beans, pico de gallo, serrano peppers, cilantro, chipotle cream and jack and cheddar cheeses; spinach and artichoke dip

Ariel’s Grotto on Paradise Pier

  • Vegetarian: fire-roasted corn cakes with sautéed spinach, onions and shiitake mushrooms

Wine Country Trattoria near Pacific Wharf

  • Vegetarian: Tuscan salad without shrimp or chicken (romaine and radicchio, red and yellow grape tomatoes, celery, green beans, cannellini beans and roasted peppers tossed in creamy Italian dressing); roasted vegetable Panini (zucchini, eggplant, red peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes and lemon-goat cheese spread on multigrain bread); Quattro Pomodoro Pasta; Broccolini Aglio Olio; vegetarian panini; roasted vegetable bruschetta

Carthay Circle Restaurant on Buena Vista Street

  • Vegetarian: grilled eggplant sandwich with sautéed artichoke, tomatoes, garlic and melted reserve cheeses on rustic country bread; squash ravioli
  • Vegan: vegan pasta or vegan tower featuring seasonal produce, customized for each guest

Award Wieners in Hollywood Land

  • Vegetarian: Portobello mushroom Philly (grilled Portobello mushrooms, onion and bell peppers sautéed in hefeweizen beer and topped with pepper jack)


At Disneyland Hotel

Steakhouse 55

  • Vegetarian: wedge salad with vine-ripened tomato and gorgonzola dressing
  • Vegan: baked potato, broccoli with roasted garlic, sautéed spinach, sautéed mushrooms with Madeira sauce

Tangaroa Terrace

  • Vegetarian: grilled cinnamon-spiced oatmeal cakes; egg white, vegetable and tofu bake with spinach, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes and cheese topped with a mushroom-tomato vinaigrette


At Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

Storytellers Cafe

  • Vegetarian: California omelet (egg whites with diced plum tomatoes, fresh basil and baby spinach); banana-stuffed french toast
  • Vegan: vegan omelet (thick layer of hash browns with mushrooms, tomatoes, spinach and bell peppers)


At Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel

2012-08-Roasted-Red-Pepper-Hummus-PCH-Grill-Paradise-Pier-HotelDisney’s PCH Grill

  • Vegetarian: Santa Monica Flatbread; roasted red pepper hummus; Muir Woods Roasted Pepper and Mushroom Pasta
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2 Responses to Vegetarian and Vegan Food Options at Disneyland Resort

  1. tamaraeden says:

    There are more options. The chili bowl at the Pier at CA Adventure is great.

  2. Rick West Rick West says:

    I’d imagine there are probably more than were included in the article; it was an issued press release from the Disneyland Resort. We didn’t add anything to it, as we’re not familiar with the subject. Or vegetarian. Or vegan. ;)

    – Rick

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