Finding a unique vegan breakfast in Walt Disney World is like finding a needle in a haystack. Don’t get me wrong I’ve eaten my fair share of vegan Mickey waffles, fresh fruit and breakfast potatoes, but sometimes you want something a little bit more unique. Enter Centertown Market, the quick service dining location inside Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort at Walt Disney World.
Vegan Disney Food Review: Centertown Market Breakfast at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
Caribbean Beach Resort is expansive and Centertown Market can be found within the resort’s Old Port Royale building where guest check-in is located.
Disney’s Centertown Market Restaurant Atmosphere
The cafeteria style dining location is meant to have the feel of an indoor street market. The seating area is bright and airy. The ceilings are high and the walls, tables and chairs have a vibrant, tropical color scheme.
Tables are available both indoors and outdoors and it is self seating.
Disney’s Centertown Market Vegan Breakfast Options
The vibe of Disney’s Centertown Market is tropical with Latin and Caribbean inspired breakfast items.
You’ll place your order with the cashier or via the MyDisneyExperience app mobile order feature, receive a pager and then pick your order up from a delivery window when it is ready.
There are four vegan as-is options on the breakfast menu here and this is one of the places on Walt Disney World property where vegan “JUST egg” is served.
Up first is the Avocado Toast. ($7.99) This offering was surprisingly filling and I think I could have gotten by with just ordering this alone. Sunflower multigrain toast is layered with avocado, cured tomatoes, orange segments, pickled onions, radish, cilantro and vegan miso-sriracha mayonnaise.
Don’t worry. The sriracha mayo wasn’t spicy at all. It just added a little bit of extra dimension to the dish.
Recently the Create Your Own Breakfast Bowl. ($9.49) which was served with breakfast potatoes, JUST scrambled “eggs”, a Beyond Meat sausage, pico de gallo and green salsa has been replaced with….
The Island Bounty Platter ($11.49). You must specify that you want the “Plant Based” version.
This offering gives you one vegan Mickey Waffle, scrambled JUST vegan egg, a vegan Beyond Sausage and breakfast potatoes.
They’ve also changed the serving vessels that breakfast comes in from the vibrantly colored bowls pictured above to these horribly drab grey Tupperware like containers that look like you’re dining in a prison hall.
It’s a shame because the food is good…it just looks poorly presented and you eat with your eyes first.
If you’re just craving something sweet opt for the Mickey Waffles ($8.99). You must specify vegan as there is also a non-vegan version of these on the menu. Syrup packets are available at the self-serve condiments stand.
The waffles are three to an order. A vegan Beyond sausage comes with this option as well.
The final vegan as-is option is the Steel-cut Oatmeal ($4.99) topped with dried fruit and candied pecans.
I saved this one for last because you shouldn’t even waste your time ordering it. It’s bland as heck and needs a whole lotta brown sugar to give it any flavor at all. The toppings couldn’t even save it.
Centertown Market definitely surprised me with their ample vegan breakfast offerings and at such an affordable price. If you’re not staying at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort the restaurant can be accessed by Skyliner or by taking a complementary Disney bus from any Walt Disney World theme park or Disney Springs.
Want to see more from this resort? Check out this post: Vegan Disney Food Review: Sebastian’s Bistro at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort