As a vegetarian, you won’t go hungry at Hong Kong Disneyland. I believe there is at least one vegetarian option on every menu – and its interesting food, not just a token veggie burger. US Disney parks could get some tips here.
Of the 3 meals we had at HK Disneyland, they were the best theme park food I had ever had! Tasty, filling and delicious.
We ate at the quick service places, and meals were around $HK100 including a soft drink and usually a small side dish. This is approximately $NZ15 or $US12.50.
I saw a number of families ordering extras to go with a meal – such as getting a curry platter and ordering extra white rice to go with it. This would bring the cost down significantly per person if you are on a tight budget.
Black Lentil Combo from the Tahitian Terrace in Adventureland – this was one of two vegetarian Indian platter combos available. This one had Daal Makhani, Aloo Mutter and Palak Paneer. It came with basmati rice, roti, pappadum and a soft drink.
Vegetable Tempura Udon from Festival of Foods in Fantasyland – I asked if this was vegetarian and was assured it was. It came with watermelon slices and a soft drink.
Grilled Vegetable Skewers from Festival of Foods in Fantasyland – devoured at high speed and annouced as being delicious by Mum. She even disassemble one of the skewers before I could snap a photo.
Braised Mushrooms, Bean Curds and Marrow Cucumbers with Rice from Comet Cafe in Tomorrowland – came with sweet pickled vegetables and a soft drink. I saw this on a couple of menus and was by far the best meal I had the entire trip!
NON-VEGETARIAN – Chicken Fried Rice with Shrimp and Conpoy from Comet Cafe in Tomorrowland – the token non-vegetarian dish on this page (which Mum had)
Photos of the menu’s at Hong Kong Disneyland will be coming up in the next few days so be sure to check back soon.