Dining at Disney Magic Kingdom

Restaurants with Mobile Ordering at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

Mobile Ordering is a feature offered to guests visiting Disney World resort. Guests can order their food and beverages through the MyDisneyExperience app and simply head to the counter and pick up their order. Minimal lines, less contact, and extremely easy. There are several reasons we love mobile ordering: it gives you a chance to really look at the menu, you don’t have to wait as long, your food is ready faster. For all the reasons we love mobile ordering click here. It’s a very simple process that you can actually practice at home to get comfortable with before leaving for your Disney World vacation. For step by step instructions on how to use the mobile ordering click here.

Mobile ordering is available at select restaurants around the Walt Disney World resort. Here’s the list of restaurants at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom that are offering mobile ordering.

Aloha Isle. Adventureland.

This is your destination for the ever coveted Dole Whip. Aloha Isle has a minimal menu offering Dole Whip, pineapple juice and a pineapple float. They offer a couple other varieties of refreshing foods and drinks but they tend to change. Aloha Isle is found in the shadows of Aladdin’s Magic Carpet and beside the exit of the Enchanted Tiki Room.

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe. Tomorrowland.

The best spot to grab a burger at Disney’s Magic Kingdom is Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe. Found on the outskirts of Tomorrowland, in close proximity to Fantasyland, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe has a typical fast food menu. Offering burgers and fries, chicken nuggets, chicken burgers, and hot dogs. The restaurant is really big, giving lots of room to spread out. To get a full review of the restaurant click here.

The Lunching Pad. Tomorrowland.

A small counter service restaurant, serving a small selection of eats and treats, The Lunching Pad is found in the heart of Tomorrowland. Here you can grab a refreshing slushy, a hot dog or a pulled pork sandwich. There are plenty of plastic picnic style tables located around the restaurant for you to enjoy your food. One of the great things about this spot is the whole area is shaded because it’s underneath the Astro Orbiter.

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe. Frontierland.

My favourite quick-service restaurant at Disney’s Magic Kingdom is Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe. Here you’ll find some of your favourite Mexican dishes. On their menu is a variety of nachos, fajitas, rice bowls and a couple meal sized salads. Our family loves Mexican food so it’s an easy choice for us. For a full review of the restaurant click here.

Pinocchio Village Haus. Fantasyland.

Your destination for quick-service pizza, Pinocchio Village Haus is found in the older part of Fantasyland. Across from the Carousel and beside it’s a small world. This restaurant gets very crowded, because there’s not as many areas to spread out when dining. It’s also such a clear choice for dining, being so close to some of the most popular Magic Kingdom attractions. Which means using mobile ordering here is a must. On the menu are 4 kinds of pizzas: cheese, meat loves, pepperoni and margherita.

Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant. Tomorrowland.

This restaurant is nested on the side of Tomorrowland, you can find it as you’re exiting Tomorrowland into Main Street U.S.A. With several places to eat, with an open air feel, Tomorrowland Terrace is a temporary location of Columbia Harbour House. Which means you’ll have a lot of seafood options including the fish and shrimp platter, the lobster roll and the Trio Platter.

Casey’s Corner. Main Street U.S.A.

This small spot doesn’t offer much of a menu or much seating. Casey’s Corner is your destination for Ball Park hot dogs. You can have it topped with chili, macaroni & cheese, or au naturel.

Columbia Harbour House. Liberty Square.

Columbia Harbour House is found as you are exiting Liberty Square into Fantasyland. This small little quick-service restaurant serves quick-service fried seafood. They also serve a delicious chicken pot pie and grilled shrimp skewers. It’s not your typical quick-service restaurant, making mobile ordering great because you really get to peruse your choices.

And that’s it. 8 restaurants with Mobile Ordering at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. There are of course other fantastic restaurants available at the Magic Kingdom. For more on dining at Disney World check out these previous posts:

Where to have Breakfast at Disney’s Magic Kingdom

The Most Expensive Restaurant at Disney’s Magic Kingdom

My 5 Favourite Meals at Disney World

Disney World Restaurants We’ve Eaten at Again and Again!

Disney World Restaurants We’ll Never Eat at Again!