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Halal Food at Disney World

It’s taken a few visits and some trial and error, but we had such a great experience with halal food throughout Disney when we went back to Disney World this past August (and with relatively minor hiccups).

 

First and foremost, it is very important to research and plan ahead of time what restaurants on the Disney property you are going to eat at, and make a reservation ahead of time. A lot of the reservations at the Disney restaurants fill up quickly months in advance, so plan ahead… and if it’s a last minute trip — keep looking — reservations do open up.

 

Most Walt Disney Parks and Resorts table service restaurants that accept reservations can accommodate Halal meals if requested at least 24 to 72 hours in advance. I would just suggest doing it about two weeks prior to your trip if possible, so you have time to go back and forth with any questions you may have. To request it, there is a Special Diets form you fill out and email to special.diets@disneyworld.com. In the form, be sure to include the restaurant names, reservation number(s), number of people in your party, and dates & times of your dining reservations. 

 

In my experience from August 2019, at each of the restaurants where I had made a prior reservation, as soon as I alerted a staff member upon arrival, I was told that the Chef would come out and speak to me and my guests so they could be sure to accommodate what we were looking for.

 

Here’s a few places we ate at during our most recent trip in August 2019:

 

At Chef Mickey’s, not only do you get to enjoy a variety of items in their buffet including things like guava pastries and Mickey Mouse waffles, but the halal steak and grilled chicken were absolutely delicious!

At Spice Road Table in Epcot, we enjoyed their steak

At Cosmic Ray’s in Magic Kingdom (this is a quick service restaurant, with no reservation required ahead of time). we had chicken and beef burgers that were served in a Mickey Mouse bun:

The best part is that the halal options are not just limited to the restaurants that require prior reservations — not only have I had halal meals delivered to my resort through room service, but I was told that halal meals are readily available at the following Theme Park Food & Beverage quick service locations with no advance notice needed:


Disney’s Animal Kin
gdom Theme Park:

  • Satu’li Canteen

Disney’s Hollywood Studios:

  • ABC Commissary
  • Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

Epcot:

  • Sunshine Seasons
  • Restaurant Marrakesh and Spice Road Table (can vouch for this one – see above)

Magic Kingdom Park:

  • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe  (can vouch for this one – see above) 
  • Tony’s Town Square

2 responses to “Halal Food at Disney World”

  1. Farah says :

    What halal foods were available at your resort? I am thinking they would just call their vegetarian and seafood dishes halal. Lol. Were you actually able to get halal meat? We are staying on site for our trip in December iA. This is the best post I found online. Thanks for the info!

    • SummaiyahHyder says :

      We had chicken, beef and lamb halal meat available. It depends on what resort and if you give them a heads up ahead of the time. If you are staying at the resort, I would highly recommend filling in the form and including your resort as room service listed on the form I mentioned (that is what I have done the last few times I have gone). Let me know if you have more specific questions too.

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