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The Best Quick Service Meals for Kids in Walt Disney World

Dining at the Walt Disney World Resort is one of the best parts of any vacation thanks to hundreds of Disney dining locations that serve up unique and mouthwatering menus for Guests to enjoy. While many adult Guests love to focus on the food, many kids are also foodies these days and the kid’s meal options at the Walt Disney World Resort are now so much more than just traditional chicken nuggets, macaroni and cheese, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Depending on the location, kids can now indulge in some really delicious and nutritious Mickey Check options at quick-service restaurants that are sure to fuel them up for long days in the Disney Parks.

Have a little foodie? Be sure to check out these amazing quick-service kid’s meals at the Walt Disney World Resort!

Kids' Grilled Salmon

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Grilled Salmon – Columbia Harbour House

Columbia Harbour House in the Magic Kingdom is a quick-service restaurant in Liberty Square, just steps away from the Haunted Mansion, that serves up a menu of traditional New England seafood favorites throughout two floors of nautical theming. Kids who dine at Columbia Harbour House for lunch and dinner don’t have to miss out on fresh seafood options and are sure to love the Grilled Salmon, which comes with the choice of low-fat milk or a small bottle of water and the choice of two sides, with options including green beans, New England clam chowder, rice, hush puppies, and fries.

Kids' Beef and Shrimp Teriyaki

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Beef and Shrimp Teriyaki – Katsura Grill

The Japan Pavilion in EPCOT’s World Showcase is home to several very popular Disney dining restaurants, including the quick-service Katsura Grill, which features a cozy interior and charming patio that overlooks a serene bonsai garden and koi pond. In addition to fresh sushi options and other flavorful entrées, kids can enjoy the Beef and Shrimp Teriyaki, which features a decent portion of the two proteins paired with white rice, vegetables, a cookie, and the choice of juice, milk, or soda.

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Sliced Smoked Turkey Breast – The Polite Pig

There are plenty of incredible quick-service restaurants to choose from in Disney Springs, including The Polite Pig, a rustic and welcoming location that serves up a menu of truly decadent and mouthwatering barbecue favorites. While adults absolutely will love digging into the incredible menu options at The Polite Pig, there are also some amazing kids’ meal options, including the Sliced Smoked Turkey Breast that is moist and flavorful and served with carrot sticks, ranch dipping sauce, and apple juice.

Baked Chicken Drumstick

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Baked Chicken Drumstick – Flame Tree Barbecue

The other very popular quick-service barbecue location found at the Walt Disney World Resort is Flame Tree Barbecue in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, which welcomes Guests to enjoy flavorful options for lunch and dinner each day. Kids are sure to enjoy the colorful outdoor patio seating areas of Flame Tree Barbecue that overlook the Discovery River as well as delicious menu options including the Baked Chicken Drumstick that is moist and juicy and comes served with the choice of two sides such as fries, bug-shaped graham crackers, onion rings, and a Cuties Mandarin.

Chicken and Pineapple Skewers

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Chicken and Pineapple Skewers – Capt. Cook’s

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has long been a favorite destination for Guests thanks to its tropical and serene atmosphere, white sand beaches, water views of Seven Seas Lagoon, and incredible dining options, including Capt. Cook’s. This quick-service restaurant is open throughout each day and serves up a wonderful menu of American and island-inspired meals for Guests of all ages. Kids who enjoy lunch or dinner at Capt. Cook’s will definitely enjoy the Chicken and Pineapple Skewers, which are served with a mixed green salad topped with sesame-soy dressing and the choice of low-fat milk or water.

Kids' Grilled Chicken Bao

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Grilled Chicken Bao – Connections Eatery

One of the newest quick-service restaurants at the Walt Disney World Resort is Connections Eatery in EPCOT’s World Celebration. This open and spacious restaurant celebrates the history of EPCOT in its design elements as well as French, Asian, and Italian cuisines with a delicious menu prepared fresh for lunch and dinner. Kids don’t have to miss out on the wonderful culinary options at Connections Eatery with the Grilled Chicken Bao that is bursting with flavor featuring the choice of two sides including a Cuties Mandarin, coleslaw, fries, and a Mediterranean side salad as well as the options of low-fat milk or water.

Kids' Turkey Sandwich

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Turkey Sandwich – Woody’s Lunch Box

Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios invites every Guest who visits to feel and act like a kid, so it is no surprise that the kid’s menu at Woody’s Lunch Box is a huge hit with Guests of all ages! This fun quick-service location dishes out childhood favorites from Andy’s actual lunchbox and features bright and inventive props and toys used as tables in an open-air seating area. A popular and flavorful kids’ menu option to enjoy at Woody’s Lunch Box is the Turkey Sandwich, featuring a half-sandwich of sunflower multigrain bread, smoked turkey, lettuce, tomato, and Dijon mustard with sides of potato barrels, a Cuties Mandarin, and choice of drink.

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Chicken Rice Bowl – Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café

Southwestern delights with big flavors can be enjoyed each day for lunch and dinner at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café in the Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland. This massive quick-service location features several immersive dining rooms where kids can tuck into the delicious Chicken Rice Bowl, featuring shredded chicken, rice, beans, vegetables, the choice of two sides including tortilla chips, guacamole, and a Cuties Mandarin, and the choice of a low-fat milk or water.

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was a child and has developed a deep love and appreciation of the Disney Parks with a particular interest in the small details and history that can be found all around. Visiting every chance she gets, Caitlin loves to enjoy the ambiance of the Disney Parks and try something new every time. She can often be found eating and drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, riding the Haunted Mansion, sipping on a Lapu Lapu, pretending Illuminations: Reflections of Earth was still in existence, and enjoying seeing the magic through the eyes of her children. When not in WDW, Caitlin can be found at home in New York dreaming of a ride on Living with the Land and counting down the days until her next trip.