During my last trip to Disney World, I stayed with family at Caribbean Beach Resort, and I was really happy that they had quite a few vegan options. Throughout our stay, we only ate at the quick service restaurant Centertown Market (there are also two table service restaurants and another quick service, all of which have vegan options.)
Most days we’d have breakfast at Centertown Market before heading off to the parks–I was so excited to see that you can get a plant-based version of the Island Bounty Bowl, which comes with Just Egg, Beyond Meat Sausage, potatoes, and a Mickey waffle!
I love Just Egg, Beyond Sausage, Mickey waffles, and potatoes, so I loved this breakfast! It’s so hearty too, no getting hungry after only a couple of hours with a filling breakfast like this. I ordered this breakfast multiple times and am so glad they offer it. To order it, I just told the cast member I wanted an all plant based version of the Island Bounty Bowl, and they made the modifications. They also had vegan Earth balance butter for the waffles.
After a few days of the plant-based Island Bounty Bowl, I was in the mood for a lighter breakfast, so a couple of mornings I ordered another one of their plant based options, steel cut oatmeal. The oatmeal is small and only counts as a snack credit. It says it comes with nuts and dried fruit, but they don’t give you much. I’d prefer it if this dish was bigger and came with fresh berries, but it’s still a good option if you’re not super hungry or if you want a whole foods option.
They also had a plant based avocado toast breakfast option, but I didn’t try it.
For dinner one day, I got the plant based Curried Garbanzo Salad Sandwich. The sandwich has chickpeas, vegan mayonnaise, dijon mustard, sweet potatoes, and apples with lettuce and tomato on multigrain bread. Both the bread and the chickpea salad were really good! I would definitely order this again next time if it’s still an option.
Another day I tried the Cheesesteak Griddled Seitan, which has seitan and a vegan cheese sauce with peppers and onions on French bread. It was also tasty!
One evening I was hungry for a snack and got this Spinach and Kale Salad from the Grab & Go part of Centertown Market. It was good, but it counted as a meal credit, and it’s definitely not a meal to me, more like a light snack. It’d be more of a meal if it came with beans or faux meat, but it’s still good to see a convenient plant based salad option.
Centertown Market also offers a plant based Impossible Burger and a Spicy Jackfruit-Carnitas Hoagie, but I didn’t get a chance to try those during this trip.
There were also quite a few plant based snack options at Caribbean Beach, like these Veggie Chips, as well as other potato chips, and Enjoy Life Dark Chocolate Bars.
Have you tried any of the plant based options at the Caribbean Beach Resort? Which is your favorite Disney resort? Let me know in the comments!