Are you traveling to Disneyland Paris Vegan? Are you wondering what vegan options there are at Disneyland Paris and what the best Disneyland Paris restaurant are for vegans? Then you have come to the right place? In this guide we will give top tips for traveling as a vegan to Disneyland Paris as well as the best options currently in the restaurants on site.
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Disneyland Paris Vegan Tips and Tricks
Now if you are traveling to Disneyland Paris vegan the first you will want to know is:
Can you eat vegan at Disneyland Paris?
And the answer is yes you can eat vegan at Disneyland Paris however I would urge some caution when you peruse the menus (more on this later).
Disneyland now states that
All restaurants in our parks and Disney accommodation offer at least one vegan option, without animal-based products (meat, fish, dairy products, eggs, honey and others
In the past it has be quite difficult to eat Vegan at Disneyland Paris with lots of modifications needed to make vegetarian food vegan and your options were very limited.
It is however in fact however getting easier to be vegan at Disneyland Paris but there are still challenges for vegans traveling to the parks.
For instance it can be sometimes hard to find vegan options on menus and other times there will be vegan options that aren’t labelled as such.
And sometimes the Green V sign as illustrated above is for vegetarian food i.e. cheddar cheese and jalapeño bites as in this example.
And sometimes you will find vegan aspects of a non vegan meal labelled as such so order with some caution.
This is where this guide comes in.
How to find vegan food at Disneyland Paris?
To locate the Vegan Food at Disneyland Paris restaurants you need to look on the menus for a green V symbol. This is normal easy to find and there should be at least one option at every restaurant.
However be careful to read the menu carefully as sometimes the V will be next to a component of a meal that otherwise has animal products in. For instance you can see in the below menu.
For a full guide to vegan food guide to Disneyland Paris check out this post.
Are there children’s vegan meals?
While the adult meals at Disneyland Paris have improved in terms of the number of vegan of options. However this is not reflected in the amount of children’s vegan meals.
In many places for children you will still have to modify children’s meals that are vegetarian or choose adult meals.
Is there much variety in Disneyland Paris vegan food?
Disneyland Paris is doing better at diversifying the vegan options however you will find a lot of Beyond Burgers Meat Free Burgers available at the quick service restaurants at Disneyland Paris.
Are there vegan drinks at Disneyland Paris?
If you want a nice cup of coffee then some of the best place to go in Disneyland Paris are the Cable Car Bakery on Main Street.
Here they offer drinks such as Capuccinos made with Oat Milk at around 6 Euros per person. However be warned vegan or not, the coffee in Disneyland Paris is not great anywhere.
Is there Vegan ice cream at Disneyland Paris
If you are traveling to Disneyland Paris in August or July then you may find you want an Ice cream to cool off but is there a vegan ice cream option?
The Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlour has vegan Ben and Jerry’s cookie dough ice cream and other quick service restaurants and food stands have vegan almond magnum and vegan solar.
Other Considerations for Vegans at Disneyland Paris
If you do spot something at Disneyland Paris that you think may be vegan but isn’t marked that way it is worth double checking with staff.
For instance in many places you would think white rice can be a vegan option however at Disneyland Paris they often cook rice with butter making it decidedly un-vegan.
Therefore my biggest tip is always check with staff to make sure things are actually vegan.
Also although there are now vegan options at all the Disneyland Paris restaurants food may not be prepared in a vegan friendly way.
For instance in many restaurants vegan food may be prepared on the same surfaces as non-vegan food. For instance the grill is shared at Casey’s Corner for vegan and no vegan food and the fryer for vegan fish and chips is shared at Toad Hall.
Best Disneyland Paris Restaurants for Vegan
Disneyland Park Vegan Options
Character Dining Options
The Disneyland Park is the only park at Disneyland Paris or Euro Disney as it used to be known that has character dining options. There are two character dining options – Auberge de Cendrillon and Plaza Gardens. The first of which is the place to meet princesses and the second has a range of classic characters and classic movie characters deeding on the time of day you visit.
However what about vegan options for those wanting to do character dining?
Auberge de Cendrillon
As you can see in the menu above there are definitely vegan options at Auberge de Cendrillon in the form of
- Starter – Pumpkin Soup with Pumpkin puree
- Main – pea and herb finger.
- Desert – warm chocolate lava cake with morello cherries and a soya cherry emulsion.
Out of all of the restaurants I think Auberge de Cendrillon has some of the fanciest and most French eating options at Disneyland Paris.
Auberge also has some vegan options for children which are severely lacking in other dining establishments throughout Disneyland Paris.
Plaza Gardens unlike Auberge de Cendrillon is a buffet restaurant.
The buffet restaurants at Disneyland Paris all have similar vegan options. For instance if you go for breakfast at a buffet restaurants they usually will serve a combination of the below options:
- croissants (on request),
- vegan sausages
- baked/fried vegetables,
- baked beans,
- fruit and salad
- soy dairy options choices
and later in the day there are usually a combination of vegetables, fruit, white rice, Mickey-shaped crispy potatoes, vegan gnocchi , pasta with tomato sauce and vegan meat.
Table Service Restaurants
Now we have considered the character dining options, we will turn our attention to the other types of restuarants at Disneyland Paris – the table service restaurants and the quick service dining options.
Here are some of our favorite table service restaurants at Disneyland Paris and the vegan options they each have.
Captain Jacks is one of the most popular table service restaurants at Disneyland Paris and as such requires advance bookings.
If you are looking for vegan options at a table service restaurant the options here are more varied than just burgers so can add some variety for vegans at Disneyland Paris .
The options at Captain Jacks’ do not require modification and include:
- Starter: Vegan Quinoa Salad and Spicy Cashew dressing
- Main: Vegan Vegetable, Lentil and Plantain Curry
- Dessert: Vegan exotic fruit soup with coconut and cashew emulsion.
Walt’s is one of the more high end dining options at Disneyland Paris and is very popular so requires advance reservation.
It also has some great vegan options that do not require any modification including:
- Starter: Fruit Slaw with Carrot Coulis
- Main: Thelma potato, Vegetables and Pepper Coulis
- Dessert: Warm Giant Chocolate Chip and Hazelnut Cookie with Caramel Sauce, Maple Syrup Ice Cream with Pecan Nuts
Restaurant Agrabah Cafe
This is a buffet restaurant but given its Middle Eastern tilt the vegan options here are plentiful. Some of the most popular and best vegan options at Agrabah Cafe are Falafel and Hummus.
However as with any buffet restaurant at Disneyland Paris we recommend that you check with staff with what exactly is vegan friendly.
Lucky Nugget Saloon
The Lucky Nugget Saloon is another table service restaurant but doesn’t have as varied an option as some of the other table service meals.
The lucky nugget vegan option is:
- a plant-Based Burger (potato burger bun, beyond meat patty, vegan tartare sauce, tomato, vegan cheddar slices, arugula).
While this is a nice vegan option it isn’t particular unusual compared to the quick service restaurants.
Silver Spur Steakhouse
Although steakhouses are not the first place you may think of for vegan food but the silver spur steakhouse has vegan meatballs, vegan sausages and vegan friendly salads.
Quick Service restaurants for those that don’t know are restaurants where you can’t make reservation in advance.
However if you are visiting at a particularly busy time we recommend using mobile ordering to save you time in your Disneyland Paris itinerary.
Toad Hall is a very popular restaurant at Disneyland Paris and has one of the best vegan meals at the park in the form of vegan fish and chips with vegan tartare sauce.
Cafe Hyperion has the vegan burger but this is not different to other quick service restaurants.
The full Cafe Hyperion Vegan menu includes:
Plant-Based Burger (Note: the vegan food is cooked on same grill as meat).
Vegetable Salad with Cereal
Other Quick service restaurants with similar options are:
- Au Chalet de la Marionette
Cowboy Cookout Barbecue
Fuente del Oro
Again if you want something a bit different to vegan burgers then you should head to Fuente del Oro, Fuente del Oro offers a fantastic vegan burrito. You can also grab paprika fries here and churros so long as you don’t have the vegan dup.
This quick service restaurant has limited vegan options in the form of a salad and paprika fries.
Pizzaria Bella Notte
Pizzaria Bella Notte in Fantasyland has a great Neapolitan Pasta that is vegan friendly.
There is also a Neapolitan Pasta dish served at:
- Colonel Hathi’s Outpost
Last Chance Café
This quick service menu also has options for vegans other than a burger in the form of vegan child.
We love Casey’s Corner as we find it one of the quickest quick service restaurants and the food brides the line between meal and Disneyland Paris snacks.
The Casey’s Corner hot dog restaurant vegan options include:
- Plant-based Hot Dog with Veggie Chilli alongside vegetable Salad with Cereals (bulgur wheat)
Other vegan options available there also include fruit bags and French fries however it is worth remembering that food preparation of meat and vegan options is on the same grill.
Walt Disney Studios Vegan Options
Historically speaking the Walt Disney Studios Park was more difficult to be vegan at. However, since the opening of the Avenger’s Campus I have to say the vegan options have improved exponentially.
In this guide we will round up the vegan options in both table service and quick service restaurant at Walt Disney Studios – there is no character dining currently at Walt Disney Studios.
Table Service Restaurants
Bistro Chez Remy
Bistro Chez Remy is one of the more themed menu at Walt Disney Studios.
There are a couple of options for Vegans here in the form of the
Spelt and Mushroom Salad
Vegan Stew with Plant-Based Meatballs
Pym Kitchen is another buffet restaurant at Disneyland Paris. I always recommend checking with servers at buffet restaurants to double check vegan options but they usually include items such as Soybean Molecular Salad, Wheat Strips and Chickpeas and Pear Crumble. These are the three options which are listed vegan options but other things you may be able to eat are:
- plain Pretzels
- pastas such as Spaghetti with Vegetables and fussili with tomato sauce.
- cold soups i.e. Gazpacho and Melon soup
- plant based crab flavoured cakes
- Fried Cauliflower
however you should double check with your server to ensure it is vegan friendly.
Quick Service Restaurants
Stark Factory is a great quick service restaurant at Walt Disney Studios that has a good vegan option. Here you can get:
- Vegan Neapolitan Pennette
- Vegan Hyper Bowl that includes: tofu, lettuce, bulgar, quinoa and a soy vinaigrette.
Restaurant en Coulisse
Another quick service restaurant that serves a vegan friendly burger.
Disney Village Vegan Options
The Disney Village restaurants has some vegan options but it is worth noting that the food options often change in the village and currently the Disney village is going through a redevelopment so this section is likely to change at short notice.
However at time of writing some of the vegetarian and vegan options in the village are:
- Annette’s – Beyond Meat Burger with vegan cheese, wasabi and salad options.
- Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon – a buffet restaurant that it is worth checking with server for options that are vegan.
- Rainforest Cafe – not the best place in the village for Vegans as the options are a grain salad and anaconda pasta both of which require modifications to make it vegan rather than vegetarian.
- Earl of Sandwich – alert staff that you are vegan when you ordering as a vegetarian option will need to be modified to make vegan.
- Vapiano – has vegan pastas such as Pasta Pomodoro and Pasta Aglio E Olio. Also pizzas can be made vegan with the removal of cheese but you will need to speak with your server to ensure you get a vegan rather than vegetarian option.
Disney Accommodation Vegan Options
All of the hotel accommodation that is run by Disney i.e. the Disneyland Paris Hotels on site, all will have at least one vegan option.
Most of the hotel restaurant will have a buffet restaurant so I would recommend as with any buffet restaurant to check what options are exactly vegan.
Seasonal Vegan Food and Snacks
One of the things that I love about traveling to Disneyland Paris is the snacks. Snacks at Disneyland Paris are often themed to the season i.e Christmas and Halloween themed snacks.
However in many cases these seasonal snacks are not vegan friendly. Hopefully this will improve in time.
However the best seasonal vegan choice is at the food festival outside Remy’s and Ratatouille that happens at Christmas and sometimes happens in the summer time too.
There is the L’Hiver Gourmand” food festival in 2022 had the following options:
- Mushroom & Chestnut Soup €5
- Butternut Squash Soup
- Vegan Sandwich with marinated vegetables
- Poke Bowl with bulgur, small spelt, falafel, edamame beans, tomato tartare, sweet potato.
- Christmas Log
- Chocolate Sponge Cake
If the food festival is on while you are in the parks it is definitely worth heading there to check out the vegan options.
FAQs about vegan options at Disneyland Paris
Do I need to book vegan food in advance?
There is no need to book your vegan food in advance at Disneyland Paris. However if you want to do character dining or one of the table service restaurants you will need to book this in advance.
You can make restaurant reservations 12 months in advance if you are staying on site, or 60 days out for those staying off-site.
Is the champagne vegan at Disneyland Paris?
If you are looking for some great adult things to do at Disneyland Paris, having a glass of champagne watching the illuminations and fireworks has to be top of that list.
The champagne served on Main Street is Champagne Lanson and is made not using any animal products. So if you want a bit of luxury on your trip to Euro Disney feel free to splurge in a glass of champagne at night on Main Street.
Note: if the brand has changed be sure to check that this information is till correct.
Are you vegan? Have you been to Disneyland Paris? We would love to find out what your favorite vegan meals are at Disneyland Paris in the comments below.