We recently shared a new item that has showed up at Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort – vegan meatloaf with mashed potatoes, gravy, and green beans. We went to visit and check it out, since the item was not showing up on the My Disney Experience App or the mobile ordering menu. While there we learned it is available at both Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter.We also confirmed that it is a permanent menu item and not limited or seasonal (as of now). Of course menus can and usually do change, but for now, it’s available, and a great option if you are looking for something hearty and want more than a burger. UPDATE: We have now heard this is available at Pop Century as well! It’s not listed on the app anywhere still, but the Impossible Korean-style Burger is now listed at Pop Century’s Everything Pop food court, so we are hoping it makes its way to all the value resorts soon!
The meatloaf is made from Impossible meat and the glaze is a sweet barbecue style that definitely tastes like a homemade meatloaf would (from what I remember from 11+ years ago). The mashed potatoes are very chunky and thick, I assume because no milk or anything has been added. They are almost like smooshed baked potatoes vs. what you think of with traditional mashed potatoes. The gravy gives them flavor though, and is a nice addition. You can ask for more on the side if you’d like. The gravy does contain mushrooms so be aware if those aren’t your favorite. Lastly, the dish is served with garlicky green beans, which were cooked perfectly. It’s always refreshing to have a fresh vegetable side!
Overall, this is a great addition if you are a fan of Impossible meats. If you are not, you could most likely ask for double green beans or potatoes and have a hearty meal, but not too much in the way of protein. You can find this at the Riverside Mill Food Court at Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside and the Sassagoula Floatworks at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter. As of writing this, it is $14.49.
Other options available at Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter are the Korean Impossible Burger with fries, and at French Quarter, the vegan/gluten-free beignets and of course the delicious plant-based Sliders at the Scat Cat’s Club Lounge.
This burger was also full of flavor with the sauce it comes with, and a little kick of spices rubbed on the burger. As of writing, it was $13.29 and is available for mobile order.
You can enjoy the strawberry sauce with the vegan beignets as well:
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