Walt Disney World 101: A Guide for the OverwhelmedWDW Blog

Allergies and Special Diets, Part Five: Kosher and Halal

Share
Everything at Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC is certified kosher

If you follow a kosher diet, you may have limited options, but you still won’t starve. There is one quick service restaurant in each of the four theme parks that has kosher meals on hand. They are:

Magic Kingdom: Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe

Epcot: Liberty Inn

Disney’s Hollywood Studios: ABC Commissary

Disney’s Animal Kingdom: Pizzafari

Full service dining is a little bit different. Select “other” under Special Dietary Requests when making your reservation. You’ll then need to call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) at least 24 hours in advance. That way, the restaurant will make sure that they have what they need on hand. Remember that kosher meals at any restaurant might take a little bit longer.

For a sweet kosher treat, you’ll want to stop by Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC at Disney Springs. Their baked goods are all kosher, vegan, and gluten free. They are also delicious.

Halal meals can also be accommodated, but you will need to take precautions ahead of time. When you make your reservation online, mark “other” under Special Dietary Requests. Just like kosher, you will then need to call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463). Make sure that it’s at least 24 hours in advance.

You should be able to eat at many counter service restaurants on a halal diet, but they might not have halal meat available. You could be directed to the vegetarian or seafood options. If you have any questions about what you’ll be able to eat and where, the best thing to do is to email Special Diets.