After a long day at the parks, I found myself craving a sandwich and fries, so we stopped at the Everything Pop food court to see what the chef would be able to do for me.
He offered up a roasted veggie sandwich, and served me this monstrous delight, which I slathered up with honey mustard, and then enjoyed while we watched the Cleveland Indians dash our dreams for a World Series victory.
Because I used a quick service credit from our Disney Dining meal plan, I also received a side of fruit and a container of vegan ice cream (which I used to make a root beer float).
Tusker House, home to Safari Donald Duck and friends character dining, is a must-visit restaurant during your vegan vacation.
This expansive buffet features an unbelievable number of already-vegan dishes, and the chefs of the restaurant will happily guide you through the serving stations to inform you of your options. There are so many, you'll forget, so don't be afraid to ask for a refresher as you're filling your plates. Rice, creative salads, pita, tabbouleh, hummus, a wide range of vegetables , and potato dishes are a sample of what you can enjoy.
I ate without shame, loading up two large plates of food and enjoying every bit of it. When I finished my meal, the chef brought me out a plate of cookies and brownies. I stashed the bagged chocolate chip cookies for a snack later.
My husband wanted to return to Tusker House a couple of days later, and while I was tempted, I told him we needed to check out other table service options.
Review: 5/5 When about 1/2 - 2/3 of a buffet is accessible to vegans, you go for it, and stuff your face with abandon.
This post reflects my experience in October 2016.