Subject: 'Disney Character Breakfast'
Posted by Guest on: Wednesday, November 22, 2006 at 09:20 AM PST
My husband, 4 year old son & I are all vegan. I called Disney to see what they could do at a Character Breakfast for us. They said any of the Restaurants could serve any special requests. We had a personal discussion with the chef (Kip) at Donald's Breakfastasaurous, who made us organic vegan pizza with vegan cheese, pancakes, fresh fruit toppings, hash browns, steamed asparagus, our choice of rice or soy milk in chocolate or vanilla, and then brought us 6 large vegan, gluten free chocolate chip cookies to take with us in the park for later that day. They were truely amazing. The Characters each greeted my son who was thrilled with the whole experience. Oh, I failed to mention that even though our reservation was made as vegan, the chef had not been notified, so all of this was with no notice to the chef. They truely surpassed my expectations. I just wanted to spread the word!
Subject: 'Tea house'
Posted by Guest on: Friday, July 29, 2005 at 04:13 AM PST
Check out Infusion Tea at www.infusionorlando.com. Cute tea house with all veg menu.
Subject: 'Orlando Veg Dining'
Posted by Guest on: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 at 05:49 PM PST
There IS salvation from the fast-food franchises that make up most of Orlando dining, but it takes a little hunting. "No Blood" is the real deal - a small (one table!) place offering home-made food and a taste of Rasta culture. Not mentioned in the listings is "Rincon Criollo" downtown at 331 N. Orange, offering Cuban foods with a number of veg options (the owner is veg!). Watch out - Garden Cafe closed Mondays!
Posted by Guest on: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 at 12:22 AM PST
This is a movie theatre with a twist. Instead of the usual seating, you sit at a small table with a comfy chair or sofa while being served delicious food. There are vegan and vegetarian options including the best vegan burger in town.