How to Eat Vegetarian at Disneyland and California Adventure: LAistIn a recent post over at the Disney Blogs, one writer points out some of the best vegetarian options at the park.
For breakfast, they suggest heading over to Ariel's Grotto in Disney California Adventure, where they serve a tofu scramble made with sautéed seasonal veggies an an optional vegetarian sausage patty. The huevos rancheros at Carnation Café or the fluffy California omelet with diced plum tomatoes, fresh basil and baby spinach from Storytellers inside Disneyland are also a rec, given of course that said vegetarians are into eating eggs. (That's a grey area for some. And definitely a no-no for vegans.) There's no talk of beignets for brekkie at Cafe Oreans in the post, but boy-oh-boy, we can tell you that they do make a mean one. But just be careful for the impending sugar crash afterwards.
When it comes to small bites and snacks, an oh-so-Angeleno chile lime corn on the cob at Edelweiss Snacks in Disneyland park -- which is tossed in lime juice, chili powder, cayenne and cumin -- could tide a vego over. There's also a Portobello Philly dog at Award Wieners at Disney California Adventure park with grilled portobellos mushrooms and onion and bell peppers sautéed in hefeweizen and topped with pepper jack cheese.
Other suggestions include the veggie-tater bake at Flo’s V-8 Cafe at California Adventure, corn chowder in a bread bowl at the French Market Restaurant or a fried green tomato sandwich at Hungry Bear Restaurant in Disneyland.