Universal Orlando Vegans
While great effort is taken to ensure that everything on this list is accurate, there is always a chance of miscommunication, misinformation, or recipes and food vendors that change over time. It is always advisable to double check with a chef. Some locations also have allergy or ingredient binders or posters available.
Many foods such as french fries are cooked in the same oil that animal products have been cooked in. Everything on this list is assumed to be cooked in a shared fryer unless otherwise noted. If you are concerned about shared fryers, please discuss your concerns with a chef.
Universal Orlando Resort does offer some options that are both gluten free and vegan, such as at Mythos Restaurant at Islands of Adventure (there are gluten free and vegan labels on the menu).
Vegan options listed for CityWalk and Resort restaurants are from the dinner menus. The same dishes may not be available for lunch. Restaurants inside the parks usually have the same menu available all day, but often close by late afternoon.
Universal's Endless Summer Resort
Dockside Inn and Suites
Surfside Inn and Suites
International Drive (tourist district near Universal)
Cafe 34 Istanbul: Turkish food with vegan labels
Coco Thai: Extensive vegan menu with tofu curries, soups, and basil rolls
Del Taco: Beyond Meat tacos and burritos; request without dairy
Hot Krust: Vegan paninis, wings (see vegan menu on their website)
Hyatt Regency Orlando: Several restaurants with vegan labels
Kings Dining & Entertainment: Impossible burger and meatballs
Nile Ethiopian: Lentils, split peas, veggie dishes, injera
Ole Red: “Nacho” Average Vegan Burger, Farmers Market Chopped Kale Salad
Yard House: Vegan burger, Gardein orange chicken 
Orlando and surrounding cities
- Central Florida Veg Dining Guide (check out DaJen Eats, Dandelion Communitea Cafe, Ethos Vegan Kitchen, HUMBL, Leguminati, Market on South)