It’s quite possibly the most refined quick service option in the Magic Kingdom and now delicious new vegan lunch options can be had inside Be Our Guest Restaurant.
Disney’s new plant based initiative has brought with it many new vegan offerings. Yesterday I was invited out to the Magic Kingdom to taste test a few of these offerings.
We’ve already covered the new Le Fou Festin breakfast option and it still doesn’t look like much has changed in the way of dinner offerings. The dishes served for lunch are brand new and boy are they delicious!
Vegan Lunch Options at Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom
With this menu revamp, we say goodby to the Quinoa Salad and hello to the Cannellini Bean Cassoulet.
The Cannellini Bean Cassoulet ($14.99) Is a warm and comforting bowl filled with white cannellini beans, onions, red peppers, zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes and garlic garnished with fresh herbs. The dish is served with cauliflower and broccolini as well as two thin, crispy crostini.
This is a lunch you can feel good about eating. I loved everything about it. The vegetables were perfectly prepared and the entire dish had fantastic flavor.
And for dessert!…..
Vegan Creme Brulee! The Creme Brulee ($5.99) is a vanilla bean crème brûlée prepared with plant milk and topped with fresh berries and the sweetest little not-so-hidden Mickey.
The top of the creme brulee had a nice crust which cracked as soon as I dug into it. The creme itself was smooth and not overwhelmingly sweet which I appreciated.
Be Our Guest Restaurant can be found in Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom. The restaurant is fast casual during breakfast and lunch and then transfers over to full service during dinner.
For our review of the new breakfast offering check out this post: Vegan Le Fou Festin Breakfast at Be Our Guest Restaurant Magic Kingdom
You can find our dinner review here: Vegan Dinner Review of Be Our Guest Restaurant in Walt Disney World
Special thanks to the Disney Public Relations Team for hosting us for the purpose of this review. We were not required to write this post. As always, all opinions are our own.