Feel the Burn! The 17 Ways to Get Your Spicy Fix at Disney’s World Quick Service Spots

Do you crave a spicy kick with everything you eat? If so, you’re in luck! It just so happens that Disney World has a whole bunch of spicy foods to fit the bill.

Flame Tree Barbecue Rib and Chicken Combo Platter

Join us as we chat about several ways to get your spicy fix at Disney World’s quick-service spots the next time you’re in the parks!

Magic Kingdom

Friar’s Nook

Let’s kick things off in Magic Kingdom where you can grab the Loaded Buffalo Chicken Tots from Friar’s Nook for $9.99. While these tots might not be overly spicy, you’ll definitely get a smoky flavor from the Buffalo sauce. This would be a great thing to grab if you just want a quick bite!

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Epcot

Joy of Tea

In Epcot, you’ll find a few different options to fit the bill. Head on over to the Joy of Tea booth (located in the China Pavilion) and check out their Curry Chicken Pocket. If you want the pocket by itself, you can order it for $4.50 or Disney Dining Plan snack credit. Or, you can get it as a combo with two egg rolls and a drink for $10.99 or a Quick-Service credit.

Joy of Tea

Lotus Blossom

Also in the China Pavilion, you’ll find Sichuan Spicy Chicken at Lotus Blossom Cafe. The chicken is served with seasoned rice for $10.95.

Lotus Blossom Cafe

Katsura Grill

Have a hankering for sushi? Get your fix with the Spicy Roll from the Japan Pavilion’s Katsura Grill. This one will cost you $9.00.

Katsura Grill Sushi

Animal Kingdom

Restaurantosaurus

If you’re famished during your Animal Kingdom day, head on over to Restaurantosaurus in Dino-Land for the Spicy Southwestern Burger. This one features a plant-based burger patty, “pepper jack”, chipotle sauce, lettuce, and tomato for $12.99.

Restaurantosaurus

Learn more about the plant-based options in Disney World here!

While its dishes aren’t necessarily spicy, we do want to mention Flame Tree Barbecue, which you’ll find in Discovery Island. If you’re looking for yummy eats with a smoky kick, this will definitely be your best bet in Animal Kingdom.

Pulled Pork Fries

Hollywood Studios

Ronto Roasters

One of Hollywood Studios’ newest places is where you’ll find a spicy snack! At Ronto Roasters in Galaxy’s Edge, you can try the Spicy Nuna Turkey Jerky for $7.49.

Ronto Roasters

Read more about dining in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge here!

Disney Springs

Chicken Guy!

This list wouldn’t be complete without a mention of Flavortown! At Guy Fieri’s Chicken Guy!, you have a selection of spicy sauces to enjoy with your chicken. Habanero Hot Sauce, Spicy Mayo, and Chipotle Ranch are just a few of your many options.

Chicken Guy! Sauces

Cookes of Dublin

Also in Disney Springs, you’ll find Cookes of Dublin, which is the counter service location next to Raglan Road. There, you can grab The Brave, which is a Buffalo tossed fried chicken sandwich topped with Cashel Blue Irish cheese. This is served with chips for $15.

Cookes of Dublin

D-Luxe Burger

If you’re craving a burger, look no further than the El Diablo Burger from D-Luxe Burger ($12.49). The chorizo and beef patty is decked out with fried banana peppers, pepper jack, lettuce, tomato, grilled onion, and chipotle mayonnaise.

El Diablo Burger

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Morimoto Asia Street Food

Rounding out our list of spicy eats in Disney Springs is the Spicy Kimchi Ramen from Morimoto Asia Street Food. You can enjoy a meal of Bulgogi beef, scallions, kimchi, soy-marinated egg, and a mixture of beef and chicken broths for $14.

Morimoto Street Food

Resorts

The Artist’s Palette

You can find a plethora of spicy foods at Disney World resort hotels, beginning with Saratoga Springs Resort! At The Artist’s Palette, you can find a Spicy Chicken Thin Crust Pie for $10.49. This one features chicken, spicy pepper sauce, bleu cheese, and shaved celery.

The Artist’s Palette

Gasparilla Island Grill

If you’re staying at one of the Monorail resorts, a great choice would be the Hot Italian Sandwich ($10.49) from the Grand Floridian’s Gasparilla Island Grill. This sandwich is topped with provolone, pepperoni, salami, smoked ham, banana peppers, marinated roasted tomatoes, and spicy mustard and is served with house-made chips.

Gasparilla Island Grill

Intermission Food Court

You can get your seafood, pasta, AND spicy fix at All-Star Music’s Intermission Food Court! Every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Night you can enjoy the Seafood Fra Diavolo for $16.99. The pasta dish features sautéed shrimp, lobster, bay scallops, and linguini tossed in a spicy marinara sauce.

Intermission Food Court

The Market at Ale & Compass

We’ve got two more spicy sandwiches for you to try, starting with the Spicy Italian Panini from The Yacht Club Resort. Olive oil ciabatta is topped with capicola, mortadella, ham, provolone and giardiniera for $8.49. That sounds like a meat-lovers dream to us!

The Market at Ale & Compass

Primo Piatto

The brand-new Riviera Resort made the list thanks to Primo Piatto’s Spicy Italian Sandwich ($10.49). You can get your fill of sliced capicola, salami, ham, provolone, and vegetable giardiniera with a garlic-mayonnaise and a side of your choice.

Primo Piatto Exterior

Read all about the new Riviera resort here!

Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory

If you’re looking for a taste of the Big Easy, mosey on over to Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter. At Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory, you can try the Jambalaya for $11.99. This dish features chicken and andouille sausage and vegetables cooked in a rich, spicy sauce over rice.

Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory

So, there you have it – our list of awesome spicy eats in Disney World. Do you have any to add? If so, let us know in the comments below!

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  1. I have digestive issues and cannot eat most spicy foods. I have had a few bad experiences at DW restaurants because dishes arrive spicy, but there is no mention of spice in the menu description. I’ve also had bad experiences having to send things back because the dish was not as described and would have made me ill. I’ve had servers tell me that the chef refuses to omit red pepper, etc. At Disney prices, this is robbery.