The Walt Disney World resort in Florida offers some of the best dining experiences. Disney, unlike other theme parks, has elevated its food options, even its quick service/counter service menus. While guests still can enjoy a traditional hot dog and fries at Casey’s Corner in the Magic Kingdom, there are many other quick-service options offering everything from sushi to vegetarian wraps and authentic French cuisine like quiche and Poulet au Pistou.
When visiting Disney World, don’t miss these unforgettable quick service restaurants.
Harambe Market (Animal Kingdom)
Indulge in an array of entrée choices that range from meat skewers to a gyro flatbread and spice-rubbed ribs. There are ample vegetarian options plus dessert such as the African milk tart, a chocolate tart with coconut custard and dark chocolate ganache drizzle.
Flame Tree BBQ (Animal Kingdom)
Choose from smoky pulled pork, Jamaican jerk chicken, smoked turkey breast or even a traditional Disney park’s turkey leg. Vegetarian meals include the savory/sweet watermelon salad.
Studio Catering Company (Hollywood Studios)
This quick service offers one of the best vegetable wraps in Disney World. The wrap features a spinach tortilla stuffed with fresh tomatoes, zucchini, mushrooms, roasted red peppers, watercress, provolone and a savory garlic herb spread. Meat eaters will enjoy the pulled beef brisket sandwich on ciabatta or the spicy chipotle ranch chicken sandwich.
Toy Story Pizza Planet (Hollywood Studios)
Kids and adults alike will love enjoying pizza and other sandwiches in this themed, quick service restaurant designed to recreate Pizza Planet from the movie “Toy Story.”
Tortuga Tavern (Magic Kingdom)
Sandwiches stuffed with roasted pork, barbecue chicken or pulled beef brisket are the stars at Tortuga Tavern located across from the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
Columbia Harbour House (Magic Kingdom)
Don’t miss the lobster/shrimp macaroni and cheese or the succulent lobster roll at the Columbia Harbour House. This quick service restaurant is located across from the entrance into the Haunted Mansion in Liberty Square. Other menu items include New England clam chowder, a fried shrimp plate, chicken pot pie and grilled salmon.
Sunshine Seasons (Epcot)
Located in Future World West in the Land pavilion (where Soarin’ is) Sunshine Seasons is a cafeteria-style eatery with many fresh food options. Menu items include Maryland-style crab soup, Mongolian beef, spicy fish tacos, stir fry, oak-grilled salmon, chicken wraps, a Cuban sandwich and more. The menu is huge and it’s easy to find something for everyone in your group.
Boulangerie Patisserie les Halles (Epcot)
Have lunch along a Parisian street when you choose the quick service Boulangerie Patisserie les Halles in the France pavilion of Epcot’s World Showcase. Indulge in quiche Lorraine or the croque Monsieur and don’t forget a decadent French pastry for dessert.