Quick Guide to Eating Kosher in Disney World Parks
General information on Kosher food at the Disney Parks and tips to enjoying experience more.
Kosher Dining at Walt Disney World Parks
- Read our tips and let us know if we miss anything! We would love to add your comments for the benefit of other Kosher travelers.
- Disney allows you to bring food, drinks snacks without any hassle.
- The only rule is no loose ice.
- Some Disney restaurants offer ready to go (without reservation meals), while others require advanced reservation.
- Overpriced and not tasty, airplane style meals.
- We recommend skipping this option and bring your own sandwiches instead. But some travelers might like the convenience.
- Even better, we recommend skipping Disney parks altogether, most rides are outdated, you will wait in long lines with over stimulated kids, and a large family will spend a small fortune in one visit. Not to mention that Disney now pushes unhealthy sexual values to children.
List of Disney Park Restaurants that usually stock (no need to pre-order) ready to go kosher meals:
- You can pre-order kosher meals at most Walt Disney World table service restaurants that accept reservations.
- Typically kid style menu include: Hamburgers, hotdogs, macaroni & cheese.
- Other options for adults, such as Matze Ball soup, garden salad, baked salmon, brisket and beef.
- When we called the cost seems to be $62 per adult and $37 per child.
- Under the OU Hashgacha.
- The key is to call (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463 at least 24 hours in advance.
- A prepayment is required to guarantee dining reservations.
- For a memorable and uniquely Disney experience, Kosher Character Dining and Dinner Shows can be arranged.
- Character Dining means that Disney characters, such as Cinderella or Winnie the Pooh, make rounds in the restaurant in which you are eating, stop at your table to say hello, and take photos together with you.
Kosher Dining at Walt Disney World Hotels
- Animal Kingdom: Satu'li Canteen (in the new Pandora Land)
- Hollywood Studios: ABC Commissary
- Epcot Center: Liberty Inn - American Adventure, and at the Electric Umbrella
- Magic Kingdom: Cosmic Ray's Starlight Café - Tomorrowland
- All Star Food Courts: World Premiere (Movies) Intermission (Music) and End Zone (Sports)
Caribbean Beach - Old Port Royale Food Court
- Pop Century - Everything Pop Dining
- Port Orleans French Quarter - Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory
- Port Orleans Riverside - Riverside Mill Food Court
- Animal Kingdom Lodge: Phemora
- Disney's Grand Floridian - Gasparilla
- Saratoga Springs Resort - Artist's Pallete
- Disney Resorts table service restaurants that accept reservations can serve you by calling at least 24 hours ahead.
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MUST READ: Tips for enjoying your visit to the park more.
- Once inside the parks, walk left: For some reason, crowds tend to work towards the right. Walking to the left will probably mean less wait time.
- Disney tickets: Kids under 3 don't pay to enter the parks.
- Kid ticket price is from 3-9 years old.
- Annual passes cost the same for adults and kids.
- Parking costs $25 per day (Magic Kingdom).
- Most hotels offer free shuttle service or you can take an uber.
- Taking a train to any Disney resort will get you out of the park faster.
- Do you have more tips? Share them below and we will add them to the list for other Kosher Travelers to benefit.