Let’s be realistic, Walt Disney World can cost a penny, and if you have a budget, you’re probably already looking for ways to save.
We know it’s important to save money wherever you can, and food is one of the most expensive parts of a trip to Disney World.
The cost of food on your trip can catch you off guard, so we’ll tell you the cheapest places to eat in the parks.
A Magic Kingdom classic! Casey’s Corner is known for hot dogs, corn dog nuggets and this plastic cheese, of course.
There are common hot dogs $ 9.49 – $ 11.49 and the hot dogs that make a foot long are among them $ 11.49 – $ 13.49. It may seem like a lot, but since it comes with a side of fries, you can easily share a ten-meter hot dog meal with someone.
Corn kernel food can also be easily shared $ 9.99, and plastic cheese is just that $ 1!
If you’re looking for a hearty snack, they have chili $ 4.59 and chili cheese chips for $ 6.49.
Click here to see Casey’s Corner full menu
By Catherine Eddie
Sometimes we spend those days in parks where we just need to keep our bodies as fast as possible, which is where places like Catherine Eddie’s in Hollywood studios come into play.
The menu is small, but it can certainly fill you up. You can get a personal cheese pizza $ 9.99 or a pepperoni pizza for $ 10.49. Both come with a Caesar salad, so it has good value.
If you only want a Caesar salad, you can get one with chicken $ 9.99. And if you need even more carbs, grab the crickets $ 4.99!
Click here to see Catalina Eddie’s full menu
Who would have thought that a daisy site would make this list? Choza de Margarita is located in the pavilion of Mexico, outside the pyramid, and this place has some worthy options.
You can get pulled pork tacs (Tacs de cochinita) or beef empanades (Empanada de Barbacoa) for $ 10.50 both come with a side of corn splinters, which is a type of corn salad.
There is also a chicken toast on the menu (Chicken Toast) $ 10.50, guacamole and chips for $ 10, and corn on the street (Elote) for $ 7.
Undoubtedly, this food can help you give a good base to drink all over the world.
Click here to see the full Margarita Hut menu
Dino Diner is located in DinoLand, United States, in Animal Kingdom. This place doesn’t have a huge menu either, but there are some important options.
Grab a cake of corn chips for $ 8.49, a hot dog with french fries for $ 8.99, or a chili-cheese dog with fries for $ 10.99.
Here you can also get a churro with chocolate sauce $ 6.19!
Click here to see the full Dino Diner menu
Another place in the Animal Kingdom is on the list: Eight Spoon Cafe on Discovery Island. Their food can be classified as “snacks”, but it could certainly be a small meal.
Known for their macaroni and baked cheese, you can get regular macs $ 4.49 or the version with pork thrown on top $ 6.79.
They also have a pork jelly donut sandwich saved with slaw for $ 6.99!
Click here to see the full menu of Eight Spoon Cafe
The Friar’s Nook
Breakfast at The Friar’s Nook in Magic Kingdom is great value. Breakfast a sandwich with children for all $ 8.79, sausages and sauces for $ 5.49, and cinnamon sugar fritters for $ 4.99.
Lunch and dinner are also worthy values. Between entrees like a macaroni with bacon and a cheese hot dog with all or between stuffed buffalo chicken, there are from $ 9.49 – $ 11.49.
You can also get sauce for everyone and cheese $ 5.29!
Click here to see The Friar’s Nook’s Lunch and Dinner menu
Heading to Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom, we arrive at The Lunching Pad.
They have a pork sandwich pulled by $ 11.49 and a hot dog lunch that lasts a foot for $ 11.49 (which, again, you could share with someone!).
They also have the delicious pretzel stuffed with cream cheese $ 6.79! If you just want a normal pretzel, they also have Mickey pretzels with cheese sauce $ 6.79. Both are good snacks to share.
Click here to see The Lunching Pad menu
From Mr. Kamal
Mr. Kamal is just a simple appetizer at Animal Kingdom, but here are some good flavors.
You can get chicken balls with ponzu sauce for $ 5.99 or Mr. Kamal’s French fries, also for $ 5.99. French fries are a favorite of fans and include short honey mustard or Korean chili tomato sauce.
If you put these two items together, you have a decent meal or snack to share with a friend.
Click here to see Mr.’s full menu. Kamal’s
Pizzafari has ended up on Discovery Island, in Animal Kingdom, and it’s another place to grab some quick pizza stuffing. His personal pizzas range from $ 9.99 to $ 10.99, and they all come with a little Caesar salad.
You can also get the Caesar for yourself $ 7.99 or with chicken for $ 9.99. They have a salad of greens and grains for $ 9.99 too.
And if you don’t want pizza, there’s a chicken sandwich with parmesan $ 10.99 or a side of garlic knot for $ 6.99!
Click here to see the full Pizzafari menu
PizzeRizzo is very similar to Pizzafari, he ended up in Hollywood studios. Here we have personal pizzas ranging from $ 9.99 – $ 10.99 which come with the choice of a band.
They also have an antipasto salad for $ 10.49, a supplier of meatballs for $ 9.99, and a subsequent spicy Italian “sausage” vegetable for $ 9.99.
And the side Caesar salad here is just that $ 3.79!
Click here to see the full PizzeRizzo menu
At Pandora in Animal Kingdom, in Pongu Pongu you can find good value for money. For breakfast, there is a sausage, egg and cheese cookie $ 6.99, French toast for $ 6.29, and the famous Pongu Lumpia for $ 3.79.
After breakfast, the colossal pretzel will be available for $ 10.49. This is huge and includes a beer cheese, so you can definitely share it with someone.
Click here to see the full Pongu Pongu menu
Back in Magic Kingdom, Sleepy Hollow has some great options throughout the day. For breakfast, you can get fresh fruit waffle sandwich with chocolate and hazelnut $ 8.29, a Mickey neula for $ 5.79, or Mickey’s waffle with strawberries, whipped cream and powdered sugar for $ 6.79.
After that, you can get the sweet and spicy chicken waffle sandwich with french fries $ 10.49 or a hand-bathed corn dog with french fries $ 10.99!
And a classic funnel cake with strawberries, cream and powdered sugar is on the menu all day long $ 7.99.
Click here to see the full Sleepy Hollow menu
Going back to Discovery Island in Animal Kingdom, we have the smiling crocodile. This place has tacos that have very good value.
They’ve thrown pork tacos on the street, chicken tacos, or corn tacos on the street $ 9.99 each. The best part? They all come with a side of fries and sauce!
You can also get an order for fries and sauce for $ 4.99.
Click here to see the full Smiling Crocodile menu
More pizza! But this time, it’s a little different. Terra Treats at Animal Kingdom serves giant slices of pizza instead of personal pizzas.
A slice of pizza with tomato and cheese is $ 5.99 and a slice of pepperoni and cheese pizza $ 6.49.
Click here to see the full Terra Treats menu
Woody’s Lunch Box
To finish things off in Hollywood studios, we have Woody’s good lunch box. Here you can get a breakfast bowl with potato barrels and fried eggs in country smoked sauce $ 8.79
For lunch and dinner, dishes are included $ 8.99 – $ 12.99 for things like a molten ember paste or bricks.
Lunch Box Tarts are also available at Woody’s. These are basically like high Pop-Tarts and offer a variety of flavors $ 4.29.
The newest Lunch Box cake has a Halloween theme and is filled with chocolate and hazelnut.
Click here to see the full menu of Woody’s Lunch Box
These are all the cheapest places to eat at Walt Disney World. We hope this can help you plan and budget your trip. Stay tuned to All Ears for more tips and information about Disney.
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