How to Eat Vegetarian at Disney's Epcot Resort

Disney World is a magical place. It has a lot of great sides to it. But the food is mostly meat and unhealthy junk. It can seem a lot harder to eat vegetarian at Disney, but there are some options. This article can give you just a small variety of vegetarian options you can choose from, when you visit Epcot.


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    Look up Epcot online. If you know what you're walking into, then it will be a lot easier to plan ahead.

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    Look at an Epcot park map for the dining menus. You can either pick up a park map at Epcot itself, or you can download one from the Epcot at Walt Disney World website.

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    Decide which part of Epcot you will visit. There are two parts, Future World, and World Showcase, and each one has its fair share of dining options. World Showcase options include plenty more options than Future World. However Future World does get its share of vegetarian cuisines too. Future World features only a few places you can go to obtain a vegan meal. But the majority of the places where you can pick up a Vegan meal are located in the World Showcase portion of the park.
  4. 4
    Recognize what cuisine type of food you'd prefer to eat from, and that not all countries in World Showcase feature restaurants.
  5. 5
    Choose which country you will eat in, and what time you will eat. Are you here for Dinner or Lunch or even an afternoon snack?
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    Choose what food you will eat.
    • Vegetarian Flatbread at Electric Umbrella (Innoventions East)
    • Basket of Warm Bread with Maple Butter at The Garden Grill (The Land)
    • Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes at The Garden Grill (The Land)
    • Garden Fresh Vegetables at The Garden Grill (The Land)
    • “Living with the Land” Harvest-inspired Farmer’s Salad at The Garden Grill (The Land)
    • Mushroom Stuffed Pasta at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall (Norway).
    • Macaroni and Cheese at Biergarten Restaurant (Germany)
    • Vegetable Lasagna at Chefs de France (France)
    • Macaroni baked with cream and Gruyère at Chefs de France (France)
    • Vegetable Roll at Katsura Grill (Japan)
    • Vegetable Torte at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe (Norway)
    • Cheese Empanada at La Cantina de San Angel (Mexico)
    • Guacamole and Chips at La Cantina de San Angel (Mexico)
    • Crema de Elote at La Hacienda de San Angel (Mexico)
    • Ensalada de la Hacienda at La Hacienda de San Angel (Mexico)
    • “Chef’s Garden” Baby Beets at Le Cellier Steakhouse (Canada)
    • Freshly Grilled Vegetarian "Chick'n" Breas at Liberty Inn (American Adventure)


  • Epcot is truly rich in vegetarian food. Do not worry, there will always be something good to eat.


  • This does not include all vegetarian dangers, such as gelatin, rennet, and lard. Ask your server about their use of such ingredients.
  • Not all restaurants at Epcot offer a vegetarian option.
  • The menu can change from time to time, so be prepared to make some changes.

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