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Looking for healthier alternatives at Walt Disney World? You can usually find salmon on the menu at most places. At Artist Point a dish like this (below) will run about $40. Unfortunately, the side dish here changes with the seasons, and the bed of greens/arugula wasn’t a great choice for a $40 dinner.  Looking back now, we should have asked for an alternative side dish, and I’m sure they would have given a choice of something else.

Artist Point Salmon

Artist Point Salmon – Artist Point Restaurant Wilderness Lodge


This meal is from Columbia Harbor House and is about $13, for the price, it’s pretty decent. You can ask for double broccoli if you do not want the couscous, get your extra dose of vitamins!

Salmon, Couscous, and Broccoli

Salmon, Couscous, and Broccoli – Columbia Harbor House

The salmon from Sunshines Seasons, is also priced about $13, it comes with green beans. The sauce is made from tomato and onion and it went well with the salmon. You could choose to get plain if you prefer. Overall, this was a really nice quick service meal.

Sunshine Seasons Salmon

Sunshine Seasons Salmon, The Land Pavilion Epcot 


This last example is from ABC Commissary. The portion seems a little small on the fish, but the whole salad was filling. I wasn’t hungry after eating the whole thing. Fish was nicely done for quick service.  The dressing was a little too tangy.  This one cost about $12.  As with all Disney menus, you may find they change the menu and switch up the dish.  At ABC Commissary they now have an Asian salad with choice of protein, so it’s going to look different than this one here.

Salmon Quinoa Salad - ABC Commissary Hollywood Studios

Salmon Quinoa Salad – ABC Commissary Hollywood Studios

(from my disneyforaday.wordpress.com blog)

I recommend trying the quick service meals, as they are portioned decently and priced a lot lower than the table service meals.  While they may not be gourmet – they certainly are better than average fried junk food.