San Angel Inn Vegan Options

San Angel Inn Restaurant at Epcot

San Angel Inn Menu

At the San Angel Inn Restaurante at Disney’s Epcot, you can dine in a 17th-century hacienda in the Mayan ruins. The whole restaurant is dimly lit, making you feel as if the sun has just set. There is also a stunning view of a glowing Mayan temple in the distance.

This Disney restaurant didn’t provide an allergy menu, but the staff was very helpful in pointing to all of the allergy-friendly options. Remember, you can always consult with a chef beforehand if you have a serious allergy.

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San Angel Inn Vegan Options

Although there are no specific “vegan” options for this restaurant, you can make some of the vegetarian options vegan by just telling your server!


Chips and Salsa — FREE (comes with the meal)

Guacamole** (ask for no chicharrones) — $11.50

-topped with mango and toasted pumpkin seeds, served with salsa Valentina


Plato Vegetariano** (specify vegan/ask for no cheese) — $19.00

-combination of sautéed mixed vegetables on top of beans, served with guacamole and flour tortillas

Ensalada De Vegetales (ask about dressing options) — $13.00

-romaine lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, red bell peppers, avocado and onions

Chips and Salsa

San Angel Inn Chips and Salsa
San Angel Inn Restaurante Chips and Salsa

The complimentary chips and salsa is entirely vegan (as expected).

Plato Vegetariano

San Angel Inn Plato Vegetariano
San Angel Inn Plato Vegetariano (Vegetarian Plate)

The vegetarian plate does not say it comes with cheese, but ask your server just to be sure. It’s always best to tell your server if you are vegan because you never know when they will cook something in butter without thinking about it.

The vegetables were a little undercooked, but I was happy to get so many fresh veggies at Disney! I also put some of the leftover salsa on the tortillas and they were very good. The only complaint I have is that I wish they would have given me a little more guacamole, but if you love guac as much as I do, you can always order some for an appetizer!

See other Plant-Based Options at Disney World:

Disney’s prices can change at any time. Be sure to check Disney’s current official menu before you go.

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