Pecos Bill Allergy Menu
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, a quick-service restaurant located in Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park, is a hidden gem.
While there is nothing outstanding about the looks of this small cafe in Frontierland, it is one of the best places to dine in Disney to get the best bang for your buck. That’s because when you order something at this cafe, you get access to the nacho bar where you can really load up on the toppings without having to pay extra.
If you want to dine at this Old West saloon but have an allergy, be sure to check out the Pecos Bill Allergy Menu before you order. You might also want to consider consulting with a chef beforehand if you have a serious allergy.
Pecos Bill Vegan Options
There are a couple of vegan options at this quick-service restaurant. Click on a menu item to view the picture along with a review.
Plant-based Southwest Cheeseburger — $12.49
-topped with vegan jalapeño jack and vegan avocado aïoli on a toasted bun
Veggie Rice Bowl *ask for white rice* — $9.99
-yellow rice topped with black beans and roasted vegetables
Side of Guacamole — $2.00
Black Beans — $4.49
Tortilla Chips — $4.99
Allergy-friendly Cookies — $3.29
A Cuties Mandarin — $1.99
Sides (Free Nacho Bar)
- Corn Pico
Veggie Rice Bowl (With White Rice)
This is my favorite meal to get here! I pick the bowl over the plant-based burger almost every time. To make this bowl vegan, make sure you order it with white rice, not the yellow rice that it usually comes with.
As you can see, they usually put too many black beans in the bowls. If you don’t want this many beans, ask for extra rice and light beans!
Plant-Based Southwest Cheeseburger
Although I would always recommend the veggie rice bowl over the vegan burger, it’s nice to have more than one vegan option at a restaurant. I usually go with the rice bowl, but I tried the plant-based southwest cheeseburger one time because I already had a rice bowl for lunch.
The vegan burger here was pretty good, but it definitely wasn’t the best plant-based burger I’ve ever had. I really couldn’t taste the avocado aïoli because there was barely any on my burger. I would definitely ask for extra aïoli or ask for it on the side next time!
See other Plant-Based Options at Disney World:
- Animal Kingdom Vegan Options
- Epcot Vegan Options
- Hollywood Studios Vegan Options
- Magic Kingdom Vegan Options
Disney’s prices can change at any time. Be sure to check Disney’s current official menu before you go.