Best Coconut Eats at Walt Disney World

Coconut is a wonderful, versatile ingredient that can be used in many ways in various kitchens to prepare sweet and savory dishes. From sweet treats with toasted coconut to delicious coating of fried shrimp, there is no end to the amazing things creative chefs can make with coconut. Walt Disney World Resort is home to some great dining spots, many of which use coconuts to create memorable dishes that include appetizers, appetizers, desserts, and more. Let’s check out some of the best coconut eats and treats to enjoy while at Walt Disney World Resort!


West Indian Tofu and Coconut Curry – Cafe Olivia

Disney’s Old Key West Resort welcomes guests to the fictional town of Conch Flats where the laid-back atmosphere of the Florida Keys can be found everywhere, particularly at Olivia’s Café. This table service restaurant is run by local Olivia who serves delicious Southern cuisine blended with the freshest flavors and Florida ingredients for breakfast and dinner every day. A delicious dish that guests love to enjoy at Café Olivia for dinner is the West Indian Tofu and Coconut Curry which features a creamy Caribbean curry with tofu, roasted sweet potatoes, marinated tomatoes, broccolini, edamame, red pepper, and cilantro.



African Drum “Beetroot” – Gekko – Cooking Place

Another popular table service location at the Disney resort is Jiko – The Cooking Place which can be found at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. Open at night only for dinner, Jiko – The Cooking Place welcomes guests to a vibrant interior where stage kitchens and wood-burning ovens prepare feasts of African, Indian and Mediterranean flavours. After enjoying a great dinner in the restaurant, diners can dig into the African Drum “beet” which is a vegan dessert featuring coconut, strawberry and beet mousse with chocolate cake, candied beets and balsamic strawberries.


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Coconut Shrimp – Yak Wetty Restaurant

Yak & Yeti in the Asia section of Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a gorgeous table service restaurant that welcomes Gusts into a deeply themed environment that spans two floors and features smaller rooms filled with original decor and artwork collected in South Asia. The lunch and dinner menu focuses on Asian cuisine, and guests can enjoy an array of delicious options they won’t soon forget. The Coconut Shrimp is a special menu item at Yak & Yeti that perfectly coats the shrimp with a crunchy coconut coating and paired with jasmine rice, stir-fried vegetables, and plum sauce.

Breaded Coconut Shrimp

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Breaded Coconut Shrimp – The Boat House

Coconut shrimp lovers have another great option to enjoy at the popular table service restaurant in The Landing area of ​​Disney Springs. Right on the shores of Lake Buena Vista, The Boathouse has a nautical theme that guests will love and serves a long list of seafood favorites and indulges on land for lunch and dinner every day. Crispy and delicious shrimp are perfectly paired with grilled pineapple and orange chili sauce for dipping.

Coconut Panna Cotta

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Coconut Panna Cotta – The Boat House

A sweet coconut option is also available as a dessert at The Boathouse for those who save enough space. Coconut Panna Cotta is creamy and delicious with mango jelly, fresh fruit and coconut shortbread biscuits for extra crunch.

Coconut Hills dream

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Mounds Coconut Dream – Donuts Ever Glazed & Cold Drink

Located on the west side of Disney Springs, Evergalzed Donuts & Cold Brew is a popular destination that serves up a creative menu of decadent donuts in innovative flavors and over-the-top flavors. The Funky Bunch menu in particular features really creative donut options and guests are sure to love digging into the Mounds Coconut Dream which tops off a coconut and almond iced donut with toasted coconut, sliced ​​mounds, cream cheese frosting, and an iced vanilla drizzle.

The famous bread pudding with coconut and pineapple

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Our famous Coconut and Pineapple Bread Pudding – Sebastian Bistro

Disney Caribbean Beach Resort celebrates the laid-back vibe of the islands with tropical touches, lush landscaping and bright architecture, and guests can even pursue a beach theme with a fine dinner at Sebastian Bistro. Open nightly for dinner, this table service location features a bright and airy interior with water views where guests can enjoy a family-style meal of Caribbean flavors and ingredients. To finish off a delicious dinner, Sebastian Bistro’s homemade Coconut and Pineapple Bread Pudding features caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream.

Pineapple and coconut tart


Pineapple and Coconut Tart – Sealing Steak House

Another delicious coconut dessert option can be enjoyed at Yachtsman Steakhouse, the table service restaurant at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort that is open for dinner every night. Yachtsman Steakhouse has an upscale nautical feel that pairs perfectly with a decadent menu of steakhouse favorites and delicious seafood that can be topped with delicious desserts. The Coconut Pineapple Tart is a vegan dessert option that guests will love that features roasted pineapple curds, coconut cream, sable cake, and cherry jelly for the perfect end to any meal.

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Coconut Mahi Mahi – Frontera Kushina

Chef Rick Bayless serves up a menu of delicious authentic Mexican cuisine at Frontera Cocina, a table service restaurant located in the Town Center of Disney Springs. Frontera Cocina features a vibrant interior with bold colors and authentic Mexican artwork that pairs nicely with a brunch and dinner menu of delicious and fun menu options. One of the great seafood that guests love to enjoy at the restaurant is Mahi Mahi al Coco, which combines grilled mahi mahi with creamy coconut sauce, tomatoes, jalapenos, banana rice and warm corn tortillas.

Wu Copaca fish

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Fish Wu Painting – Art

Returning to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, guests can head to Kidane Village for even more beautiful views and views of the savannah as well as a great table service location. Open daily as a table service restaurant for lunch and dinner, Sanaa is themed to feel like an East African spice market with traditional African cuisine and Indian flavors that guests can enjoy while gazing at the savannah. A unique and delicious appetizer option in Sana’a is Samaki Wa Kupaka, which is marinated sustainable fish in turmeric and served with roasted cauliflower, yuca catlisi and coconut broth.



Good – Sana’a

To finish off any meal in Sanaa, guests can enjoy a vegan dessert option featuring a unique blend of flavors and textures. Khair is a coconut rice pudding topped with cashews and fruit poached with saffron that provides a hint of sweetness and texture.

Coconut bar with pineapple compote, basil and vanilla cream

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Coconut Bar with Pineapple Compote, Basil and Vanilla Cream – Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen

An adventurous meal can always be enjoyed at Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen in Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom. This table service location continues the story from the nearby Jungle Cruise with beautiful, vibrant themed rooms and a menu of international cuisine served by the beloved skipper. After an exotic meal, at Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. LTD Skipper Canteen, guests can order the Coconut Bar with Pineapple-Basil Compote and vanilla cream for dessert that is topped with a vanilla chiffon cake with coconut and white chocolate ganache.

Coconut Chocolate Cake


Chocolate Coconut Cake – Hollywood Brown Derby

The Hollywood Brown Derby at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a gorgeous table service restaurant at the end of Hollywood Boulevard that welcomes guests back to the golden age of Hollywood with an Art Deco-inspired interior filled with caricatures of famous stars. The menu at The Hollywood Brown Derby focuses on contemporary American cuisine, and guests can finish any lunch or dinner in the form of a sweet, vegan flavor with a perfectly moist Chocolate-Coconut Cake topped with chocolate sauce and hazelnut cream.

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Contemporary Disney Resort is home to Steakhouse 71, a popular table-service restaurant that celebrates the year Walt Disney World Resort opened with a vintage interior and menu of American classics. Steakhouse 71 is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and is always busy and guests can finish any meal with an old-fashioned dessert featuring several fruits. Ambrosia tops a coconut chiffon cake with sour mandarin curd and pressed pineapple for a fruity flavour.

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Coconut – White Chocolate Ice Cream – L’Artisan des Glaces

Walt Disney World Resort is, of course, home to some amazing coconut ice cream options including the delight that can be found at the France Pavilion at the EPCOT World Expo. L’Artisan des Glaces is a charming ice cream shop located at the back of the pavilion that offers delicious all-day flavors that guests can enjoy as a traditional cone or in more creative ways. A great choice of choice at L’Artisan des Glaces, Coconut-White Chocolate Ice is the perfect blend of creamy coconut and unique white chocolate that guests are sure to love.

Coconut and pineapple sorbet

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Roasted pineapple coconut sherbet – salt and straw

The last coconut treat to enjoy at Walt Disney World Resort is another ice cream option that can be found on the west side of Disney Springs. Salt & Straw is a relatively new store offering a completely unique menu of flavors that combine interesting flavor traits together to create unforgettable combinations. A vegetarian option that guests can enjoy at Salt & Straw is the Roasted Pineapple Coconut Sherbet, which mixes roasted caramelized pineapple and coconut cream for a smooth, creamy option that’s totally worth the trip.