Where was the place in tomorrowland? I ended up at some rocket-themed place (Red Rockett's?) where the one thing on the menu that looked likely was a pasta dish with tomato sauce and it tasted suspicious to me. I did not see a veggie burger there but that was a pizza/pasta joint.
I did mention the fresh fruit but I am not a fruitarian and fruit is not enough for me to feel like I've eaten an actual meal. Nevertheless I mostly ate that and I ate cheeseless pizza from various stands by just removing the cheese and letting my cheese-loving kid eat it.
I managed to miss the Hungry Bear somehow and all I saw on Main Street were places selling candy (the whole place was really packed and I missed a lot but candy and ice cream were in full abundance on Main Street USA). Missed the cafe entirely. A shame as I was really hungry.
I was told about the vegan gumbo but never made it back over to investigate it. It sounded really yummy too. Tortillas are nice but tortillas alone without some beans to call them home are just not enough!
I think the fruit is great but most of the places I saw in Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, Frontierland, Mickey's ToonTown and California Advenure had no veggie burgers to speak of. It was pizza, burgers, the hellish chicken "poppers", hot dogs, salad with fatty dressings (30 grams of fat per packet as my gall-bladder-impaired friend discovered) and pastas with either marinara sauce that had chicken on top or alfredo with chicken on top. The vegetable stew in bread bowl would have been nice, even on a hot day if it did not have a broth base. I never found the place that sold it. Disney's web site provides no info about menus and I found all the vegetarian options LV rather than vegan. I am sorry I missed those kebabs and the gumbo though
Would have hit the spot. I was freaking starvingby day two.
I think generally if you go with sit down dining you'll be okay but really ask. I had to ask several people at Red Rockett's (I think that was the place) as to whether the tomato pasta had meat in it and the answers I got did not make me feel like staff were all that informed as to what they were serving. It took three people to get an answer at all.
Do not go near the Taste Pilot's Grill in California Adventure. Gross.