Eating out vegan can be a nightmare. When my parents became vegan (doctors orders) just running out to celebrate with a nice dinner became a thing of the past. Now there is research and reading reviews for everything. They get to look for the tiny V on the menu and then doctor up the meal every more.
So when mom and I decided we wanted to go to Discovery Cove Orlando we spent some serious time researching food. I wondered about Eating Vegan at Discovery Cove Orlando. After all, it’s an all-inclusive resort which means we could get as much of everything as we wanted and if we didn’t like it no big deal. I hope this post helps other Vegans wondering what they can eat!
I have no idea who these people are but she watched me take her picture a bunch of times so I will consider it consent to publish. This bird, and another one like it, were at all of our meals. And if you weren’t firm they would just right up on the table and check out your food!
Eating Vegan at Discovery Cove Orlando
Items they currently offer for breakfast that are milk-free and egg-free (vegan):
• Individually labeled cereals
• Fresh Fruit (the fruit was amazing- not sure if it’s the time of year or what)
• Diced Potatoes (very light- less oily than I expected)
• Allergy-friendly English Muffins
Items they currently offer for lunch that are milk-free and egg-free (vegan):
• Side Salad
• French Fries
• Tapiocoa Loaf (I have no idea what this is and didn’t see it)
• Penne Pasta
• Marinara Sauce
• Mixed Vegetables (I had these and they were AMAZING)
• Vegetable Sandwiches upon request
She had eaten a bagel with almond butter before we left the hotel so she just got some stuff I begged her to try to see if it tasted good.
Items they currently offer for snacks that are milk-free and egg-free (vegan):
• Beanito Restaurant Style Chips
• Divvies Caramel Corn
• Divvies Kettle Corn
• Divvies Jelly Stars
• Divvies Jelly Beans
• Enjoy Life Sugar Cookie
• Divvies Chocolate Chip Cookie
• Soft Pretzels
For additional snacks, they offer pretzels, fresh fruit, chips, and trail mix.
And it turns out if you have specific foods issues or requests you can e-mail them at [email protected] and they will make sure they can accommodate you before you come. Since the park only allows a maximum of 1300 people per day they are able to be a bit more complimentary than a normal park!
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