The Best Breakfast Bites at Walt Disney World
Some say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and we agree. If you’re looking for a delicious start to the morning on your Disney vacation, we’ve got you covered. There’s an abundance of delicious breakfasts that vary in substance, price, and portability at Walt Disney World. If you’re looking for sweet or savory, quick-serve or table-side dining experiences, there are some great options. This article dives into Walt Disney World Dining and highlights some of the breakfast foods we love so much, we even dream of between Walt Disney World vacations!
This warm, soft and gooey cinnamon bun is sure to be a great start to your Magic Kingdom morning. Walk down Main Street USA to Fantasyland as you enter the park and head straight to Gaston’s Tavern to sample this breakfast confection.
Technically, this delicious meal is available all day, so no worries if you don’t make it to the back of Fantasyland to grab it for breakfast. It pairs very well with a frothy, fruity LeFou’s Brew later in the day. This cinnamon bun is big enough to share and is sure to be fresh and extra delicious first thing in the morning.
At $6.79 a cinnamon roll, this quick-serve pastry is a great breakfast on a budget. Pair it with a Joffrey’s coffee or a cup of Twinings of London hot tea to kick off your day at the park.
Maybe you’re looking for a delicious savory breakfast on the go before hitting up Slinky Dog Dash and . If so, look no further than Hollywood Studio fun. toy storythemed Quick Service Eatery, Woody’s Lunchbox. Located in Toy Story Land (of course), this spot offers fun, nostalgic, and trendy food all day long.
If you stop for breakfast, we suggest the breakfast bowl. This bowl features potato barrels (tater tots) smothered in savory gravy, scrambled eggs and fresh, crunchy green onions. A smaller version of the bowl is available as a kid’s meal and comes with a Cuties mandarin orange and drink included.
The traditional size breakfast bowl is $8.79 and the kid’s version is $5.49, which isn’t a bad price at all for a really hearty breakfast on the go.
Related: The Best Quick-Service Meals at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
If you don’t plan on rushing through the parks jump rope and can make time for yourself to slow down, we suggest a table-service breakfast at O’hana. If you’re a Disney newbie looking to get started with table-service dining at Walt Disney World, or if you’re watching your dining budget, opting for a table-service breakfast is a great idea.
At $25 per adult and $14 per child plus tax and tip, this all-you-can-eat meal is great (and delicious) value! Taste favorites like Mickey waffles, cookies, scrambled eggs, sausages, Hawaiian-style ham with mouth-watering pineapple compote, and golden fried potatoes. Oh, and don’t forget the melt-in-your-mouth pineapple-coconut breakfast bread!
After breakfast, take the time to stroll around the resort and enjoy the Polynesian atmosphere. The pool backdrop, views of Bay Lake, and fun gift shops are great ways to pass the time at this iconic Walt Disney World Resort.
Related: A Taste of Polynesia: Dinner at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
The world of Avatar, animal kingdom
This breakfast bite makes the list for uniqueness, price, and simply deliciousness. These Pineapple Cream Cheese Spring Rolls are a delicious breakfast available at Pongu Pongu in Animal Kingdom’s Pandora – World of Avatar.
We love the rich cream cheese paired with the sweetness of pineapple and what better backdrop to enjoy it than in this lush area of the park. It’s a budget booster at just $3.79, making it a hard-to-pass breakfast in Animal Kingdom.
If you’re looking for a less adventurous breakfast, Pongu Pongu also offers delicious, easy-to-carry french toast sticks and a classic sausage, egg and cheese cookie.
Related: How To Make Disney’s Pongu Lumpia At Home
Travelers of shining suns! If you’re looking for the best breakfast in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, we recommend the Ronto Wrap. Ronto Roasters Quick Service Restaurant serves meats cooked by droids to start the day off right.
The Ronto Wrap consists of juicy roast pork and grilled pork sausages with a pepper sauce topped with coleslaw and surrounded by soft pita bread. As you can imagine, this wrap qualifies as a breakfast stick that’s super filling.
Related: The Best Snacks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
There are obviously great breakfast options at the parks, but if you’re looking to enjoy a quick meal before leaving your resort, this is also a great option! Mornings at your resort have never been easier with the mobile ordering option through the My Disney Experience mobile app.
You can literally type in your order while you get dressed, walk to the restaurant while the food is being prepared, and enjoy almost zero wait times for breakfast. If you’re like me, every second in the morning counts, so it’s an amazing perk to stay at a Walt Disney World Resort.
How is the food you ask? Impressive! Disney resort menus vary to reflect the theme and culinary specialty of specific resorts, but across all areas you’ll find classics like waffles, bacon, sausage and cereal.
Sample signature dishes from the breakfast menu at resorts such as Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory (in the French Quarter of Port Orleans) or Captain Cook’s (in the Polynesian Village Resort) Tonga Toast starts the day off right!