• Legoland

  • (5)
  • Ice-cream Ice Cream

Swedish Glace cones and vegan Magnums available from the kiosks. Also has an all-you-can-eat pizza place with vegan cheese. Open Mon-Sun 10:00-18:00.

Venue map for Legoland
© OpenStreetMap contributors

5 Reviews

First Review by JessB77


Points +308

03 Nov 2023


We found the not-dog on the hotdog stall in Lego city (near the driving academy) . This was REALLY good! And a good size! Ketchup and mustard also labeled vegan friendly. We had vegan Ben and Jerry’s (cookie dough) in the Ben and Jerrys store near the mini lego land village. This was good. Perfect meal for a day at Legoland.

We explored other vegan options (but didn’t try so can’t say if they are good or bad):
There were signs for vegan magnums and plant based fish fingers at the troll chip shop (you can even have a vegan fish finger sandwich) however they had ran out of plant based fish fingers. Also at the main burger restaurant (near pirate section) there was a plant based burger and at the chicken shop (near the duplo village) that had a plant based burger (not sure if this is chicken style though)

Pros: Not dog tastes great , Icecream

Cons: Lack of chocolate or sweet things , Do serve meat



Points +218

29 May 2023


There was some “plant-based” ice cream options without vegan labels at the custom ice cream bar. Had banana chips, Oreo, Biscoff & fruit. No syrup in stock which was.

Kiosks meant to have Swedish Glacé or Magnums but 4 didn’t. No idea if slush was vegan.

The chicken place has a vegan burger and nuggets for kids but didn’t sample due to price of £13/14

Cons: Expensive


Points +551

29 May 2022

A bit disappointing

We were excited to see before our first visit in some years that there were now vegan options at Legoland but on the day we were a bit disappointed. Not all the kiosks had options so you had to walk back and then when we did find a place selling the vegan hot dogs they only had 3 ready and it would have been a 20 minute wait to get enough for all 5 of our family. The all-you-can-eat pizza was a flat-rate per head (16 pounds!) so we did not even check it out in detail, not expecting there to be enough of a range of choices to make that price seem worthwhile.

Pros: Convenient to have some options in the park

Cons: Expensive


Points +10952

10 May 2022

Limited Options

There are very few vegan options available within Legoland. We sampled most of them over our 2 day stay where we had a spicy bean burger and fries from Farmer Joe's, which was decent but I'm pretty sure it was just shop bought and the not dog that was considerably better but not always available. Vegan magnums are available across most kiosks the skyline bar has vegan nuggets and city walk pizza pasta is an option too. If you are staying at Legoland there is a vegan menu at Bricks restaurant but we didn't go. We did have the vegan breakfast though, which was delicious and just substituted the eggs for extra hash browns. Don't get me wrong, Legoland is fantastic but for a business whose slogan is 'only the best is good enough', there really should be greater vegan options available, especially in this day and age.

Updated from previous review on 2022-05-10

Pros: Some vegan options, Staff

Cons: Limited options, Expensive


Points +55

19 Aug 2021

Vegans included!

Have had very obliging service over the years from the pizza place. Staff are always happy to make a separate pizza for me (I have had mine without cheese or a substitute( and wait time hasnt been too long or noticeable with access to a salad bar in the meantime.
From the ice-cream kiosks, you cant go wrong with a vegan magnum at Legoland. Wish they also had the swedish glace cone with caramel though!

Updated from previous review on 2021-08-19

Pros: Vegans catered for

Cons: No meat substitutes last time I visited

This page has been viewed 1512 times.