8 Best Kids’ Meals In Walt Disney World

When traveling to Walt Disney World, many guests have small children in their parties who love to enjoy all of the amazing experiences provided for families in the Disney Parks, Disney Springs, Disney Resorts, and more. One of the most popular activities for guests to enjoy together while on a Disney vacation is indulging in amazing dining options from the hundreds of full service and quick service dining locations throughout property. While some guests with children might be hesitant to spend money on meals throughout Walt Disney World and might think that their children won’t enjoy any of the options yet cost the price of a full meal, this is certainly not the case. Each restaurant in Disney features unique menus that match their themes and there are multiple children’s menu options that are equally delicious. From healthy to indulgent, there are plenty of popular kids’ meals that younger guests are sure to love digging into. Here are the eight best kids’ meals found at quick service and full service dining locations throughout Walt Disney Word.


1. Chicken and Pineapple Skewers – Capt. Cook’s

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is a popular destination for guests to visit for meals thanks to several full service dining locations as well as a popular quick service spot. Capt. Cook’s is a quick service location open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day and serves up delicious food inspired by the flavors of the islands. Kids will especially love enjoying the Chicken and Pineapple Skewers which are served with mixed greens, sesame-soy dressing, and the choice of a small milk, water, or juice box.

2. Vegetarian Pho – The Hollywood Brown Derby

A popular full service dining location in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is The Hollywood Brown Derby which serves up contemporary American cuisine in a classic atmosphere that celebrates the golden age of Hollywood. Open for lunch and dinner, the menu is filled with classic meal options including the famous Cobb Salad. Younger guests are sure to also feel indulgent when ordering off of the kids’ menu, especially with the Vegetarian Pho option which features a ginger-lemon grass broth, mushroom and tofu spring rolls, and a ginger-soy dipping sauce.

3. Turkey Pot Pie – Cinderella’s Royal Table

One of the most magical dining experiences in all of Walt Disney World can be found situated inside of the Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle and invites guests to dine like royalty. Cinderella’s Royal Table offer guests the chance to dine for all three meals each day in the presence of the Disney Princesses, and guests of all ages will feel as though they have stepped into a fairytale. Kids especially will love ordering the Turkey Pot Pie which is savory and delicious and comes served with the choice of milk, water, or apple juice.


4. Empanadas con Queso – La Cantina de San Angel

Epcot’s World Showcase is a favorite location of adults and children thanks to its amazing pavilions that allow guests to feel as though they have explored the world without ever leaving the park. La Cantina de San Angel in the Mexico Pavilion is an open air quick service location that serves up amazing menu options with beautiful views of World Showcase Lagoon. In addition to wonderful entrees and special beverages, the kids’ menu features Empanadas con Queso which are served with tortilla chips, nacho cheese, and choice of milk, chocolate milk, or water.

5. Gold’n Chicken – Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant

Disney Springs has quickly become a favorite destination of families in Walt Disney World thanks to its perfect combination of dining, entertainment, and shopping. A popular full service dining location is Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant where guests of all ages can indulge in pub classics while enjoying live music and Irish Step Dancing. In addition to the entertainment, kids will love ordering up the delicious Gold’n Chicken which features two deep fried chicken pieces and the choice of mashed potatoes, mixed greens salad with ranch, or vegetable medley.

6. Fish and Chips – Rose & Crown Dining Room

Another pub dining experience that is popular with guests of all ages can be found in the UK Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase. The Rose & Crown Dining Room offers up a cozy setting and outdoor patio that pairs perfectly with British pub classics for lunch and dinner. Younger guests are sure to enjoy the location’s famous Fish and Chips which are served with the choice of two sides including options such as peas, roasted carrots, fruit salad, mashed potatoes and gravy, and brown rice.

7. Teriyaki Chicken Breast – Yak & Yeti Restaurant

A full service dining location in Disney’s Animal Kingdom offers up absolutely amazing pan-Asian cuisine in an atmosphere that inspires guests to explore and travel. The Yak & Yeti Restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner and guests of all ages will love checking out the hundreds of authentic artifacts and items while dining on wonderful menu options. Kids will especially enjoy ordering the Teriyaki Chicken Breast which comes with the choice of two sides including options such as carrot sticks, applesauce, brown rice, white rice, corn, or steamed vegetables.

8. Whole-Wheat Penne Pasta – Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to a popular full service dining location that invites guests in for lunch and dinner and offers them the opportunity to feel as though they have stepped back in time to a ‘50s-style drive in theater. The Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant is a favorite of younger guests as they can enjoy their meals in classic cars while watching vintage sci-fi clips on the big screen. The experience is made all the better by the delicious kids’ menu which features the wonderful Whole-Wheat Penne Pasta which is served with chicken, marinara sauce, green beans, carrots, and sliced apples.

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.