Must Try Foods at Disney World and What to Avoid

Planning a trip to Disney World in the near future? Here are the Must Try Foods at Disney World based from everything we ate including what you should avoid.

 

Must Try Foods at Disney World

 

Must Try Food at Disney World and What to Avoid:

Disney World in Orlando has 4 theme parks so there’s a lot of food to choose from especially at Disney World Epcot where you can try dishes from 11 different countries at the World Showcase area which covers half of the whole theme park.

Here’s what we enjoyed both from the Disney World Theme Parks and at our Disney World Resort. I’ve also included what we hope they’ve already taken out of their menus and what we also missed out on ordering during our visit.

 


 

MUST TRY FOOD AT DISNEY WORLD MAGIC KINGDOM

Pineapple Upside Down Cake with Pineapple Dole Whip, $6.99 

Available at Disney World Magic Kingdom at Aloha Isle stand at the Adventureland area. I was never a fan of pineapple upside down cake but Disney World’s version – topped with the Dole Whip was really good! We always order Pineapple Dole Whip at Disneyland but this just brought it to another level. Make sure to order it!

 

 


 

MUST TRY FOODS AT DISNEY WORLD EPCOT

School Bread from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe, $3.49 –

If you love bread and butter and don’t mind some coconut, this is for you. I love all those things so this was right up my alley. Kringla Bakery Of Kafe is located in the Norway section of Disney World Epcot where you will find most of the Frozen attractions like the Frozen ride and the Frozen Character Meet and Greet.

 

 

Snow Globe from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe, $5.49 –

If you love chocolate more than bread and butter, then order the snow globe instead. It’s huge and I would suggest sharing it. The kids enjoyed this a lot.

 

 

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MUST TRY FOOD AT DISNEY WORLD HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS

Caesar Salad with Chicken from Catalina Eddie’s, $9.99 –

For some reason, I got tired of eating the theme park food and was craving for just salad by day 3 in Orlando, luckily we found this really refreshing and delicious Caesar Salad at Hollywood Studios. The kids, on the other hand, ordered a cheese pizza and it also came with a small Caesar salad, also for $9.99.

 

 


 

MUST TRY FOODS AT DISNEY WORLD RESORT

Banana Bread and Mickey Waffles at the Breakfast area of your Disney World Resort

You’ll find Mickey Waffles daily and kids will really love that but there’s also an assortment of pastries at the resort and I really enjoyed the banana bread.

 

 


 

WHAT NOT TO EAT AT DISNEY WORLD

Steak topped with Chimichurri at ABC Commissary at Disney World Hollywood Studios –

I was craving for steak during dinner time and happen to love chimichurri sauce but this failed to deliver.

 

 

Nachos at Dino-Bite Snacks at Disney World Animal Kingdom

We saw people walking around with this and it looked really tasty so we also ordered one. Unfortunately, it was very salty! Avoid it!

 

 

Coconut Lychee Lemonade at Drinkwallah in the Asia area of Disney World Animal Kingdom

$8.50 and contains Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Lychee, and Odwalla® Lemonade. I think I was expecting it to taste a certain way and it didn’t. We didn’t enjoy it at all.

 

 

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FOOD THAT I WISHED WE GOT TO TRY AT DISNEY WORLD

We didn’t have time to see the entire Disney World Animal Kingdom as it got really cold and we were just tired as this was our last day on our multi-week trip to Orlando.

I wish we got to order the glowing drinks at Pongu Pongu (Pandora area) that happen to be really famous at Disney World Animal Kingdom. Their drinks come with those popping balls that I really love. And if there’s still space, I think the Pongu Lumpia would have been delicious as well – a pineapple cream cheese spring roll!

We had fun though and I’ll keep the Pineapple Upside Down Cake with Dole Whip in my memory for now.

 

 


 

DISNEY WORLD DISCOUNT TICKETS:

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4-PARK MAGIC SELECT TICKET

Admission to 4 theme parks – one park per day, only one admission per theme park. Tickets are valid from January 18, 2019 – March 14, 2019, March 27, 2019 – April 9, 2019, April 27, 2019 – May 27, 2019 and August 19, 2019 – September 30, 2019.

Disney World Ticket Price:

  • $379.14 per adult
  • $357.84 per child

Disney World Discount Tickets:

  • $361 per adult ($18.14 savings), check HERE
  • $341 per child ($16.84) savings, check HERE

4-PARK MAGIC SUMMER TICKET

Admission to 4 theme parks – one park per day, only one admission per theme park. Tickets are valid from January 18, 2019 – March 14, 2019, March 27, 2019 – April 9, 2019 and April 27, 2019 – September 30, 2019.

Disney World Ticket Price:

  • $404.70 per adult
  • $383.40 per child

Disney World Discount Tickets:

  • $385 per adult ($19.70 savings), check HERE
  • $365 per child ($18.40) savings, check HERE

4-DAY BASE TICKETS

For visiting 4 theme parks ( can be 1 park per day or 2 days at this park, 2 days at the other) & for dates not included in the Magic Select, & Magic Summer Ticket, choose this option. Below is the breakdown for an October 1 visit:

Disney World Ticket Price:

  • $416.13 per adult
  • $398.24

Disney World Discount Tickets:

  • $403 per adult ($13.13 savings), check HERE
  • $385 per child ($13.24 savings), check HERE

4-DAY PARK HOPPER PLUS TICKETS

Hop from one theme park to another for 4 days plus get 4 days to play at the 2 water parks, golf courses, and ESPN Sports Complex.

Park Hopper is ideal for those who wish to take advantage of Disney’s Extra Magic Hours program. Every day, one theme park is open for an extended time either in the morning or evening. Park hopper ticket holders visit one park during the day and switch to another late in the day to take advantage of the less crowded “extra” hours.

I do not recommend the “Park Hopper” ticket to families traveling with young kids as it would be more work going from one theme park to another but the “Park Hopper Plus” will work as it is bundled with the water parks and the other fun activities.

Park Hopper “Plus” not only lets you go from one park to another, but the number of days you purchase gives you extra days to play at the golf course, the 2 water parks, and the ESPN Sports Complex.

Here’s a price comparison for March 2, 2019:

Disney World Ticket Price:

  • $530.80 per adult
  • $512.91 per child

Disney World Discount Tickets:

  • $519 per adult ($11.80 savings), check HERE
  • $500 per child ($12.91 savings), check HERE

Note: Taxes are included in the price indicated. Deals on Park Hopper Tickets and Hotel + Ticket Packages are also available. We try our best to give you accurate numbers, but please check the websites for accuracy as it may change especially as if you book close to date of visiting. Kids 2 and under are free. Thanks.

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