Beauty and the Beast at Magic Kingdom; Be Our Guest restaurant; bell; beast;
  • On Mar 10, 2024
    Carla from West midlands Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We’re coming back to Disney this October and I really want to eat at be our guest but can’t see any children’s plant based options, can you advise would they be catered for? Thanks Carla

    Bonjour Carla!

    We're so glad you've decided to be our guest at planDisney today. Just as Lumiere prepared a culinary cabaret for Belle when she arrived at Beast's castle, I'd be happy to help set the stage for a successful meal in Magic Kingdom Park. Let's dig in!

    Plant-based dining in Walt Disney World has never been more delicious or plentiful. Check out this page highlighting current offerings in the theme parks, resorts, and Disney Springs. While I think the chefs at Be Our Guest Restaurant can create something your children will enjoy, I recommend completing the Dietary Requests option before finalizing your reservation and e-mailing Special Diets no sooner than two weeks before your arrival to see how they will accommodate your family. I frequently travel with a vegan friend and am always impressed by what the Cast Members plate for her, including the occasional item that doesn't appear on the regular menu. I hope you have a delicious and unforgettable experience in the Beast's dining room! The "window" tables in the ballroom are my favorites. Look for snow flurries!

    While we're on plant-based eating, I want to share a few of my favorite dishes I've recently tried in Walt Disney World. At Disney's Hollywood Studios, I love the Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread at Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo. It's tasty, filling, and refreshing. At Magic Kingdom Park, my favorite spot for plant-based menu items is Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd Skipper Canteen. EPCOT has so many vegan-friendly options, but my favorite is the Pomegranate-Chili Crispy Cauliflower at Spice Road Table. It's sweet, mildly spicy, and is served with a beautiful lakeside view. I also tried the plant-based ratatouille at Chefs de France, and it was divine. My friend said it was even better than what she had in Paris! Finally, create custom bowls at Satu'li Canteen in Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park, allowing you and your kids to choose your own adventure in plant-based eating. The crispy tofu here is fantastic!

    Carla, I'm getting hungry just thinking about the delicious holiday awaiting you and your family. Best wishes for a memorable experience, and if there's anything else we at planDisney can do as your October adventure approaches, come see us again.

    Bon appetit!
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