There are SO many good eats at Walt Disney World, it’s hard to put favorites into a list. But here are 20 that I really enjoy for one reason or another! There are many others that come to mind that I haven’t mentioned here, like Wolfgang Puck’s Express in the Marketplace of Disney Springs, the delicious almond pretzel from Norway in Epcot, hot pretzels in the shape of Mickey’s face….and many more. There are so many delicious bites throughout the entire World that you will soon be enjoying!
#1 – Casey’s Corn Dog Nuggets. These are part of a Quick Service meal, found at Casey’s Corner at the end of Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom. They are truly just corn dog nuggets, but something about eating them right there on Main Street USA…..it’s a must do meal for me every trip!
#2 – Afternoon Tea at the Garden View Tea Room. This isn’t on the Dining Plan at all, you must pay out of pocket, but it’s such a nice little meal and a time to stop and relax. It’s located at the Grand Floridian Resort, so very close to the Magic Kingdom, a perfect rest from the busy park. Tasty eats and a unique experience!
#3 – The American Dream. This is a Snack Credit, found in Epcot, in America in the World Showcase. Sweet and delicious, it really hits the spot on a hot day!
#4 – Mickey Rice Krispy with Chocolate Ears. These are a Snack Credit, found all over the resorts and parks. Yup, just a rice krispy in the shape of Mickey’s head, dipped in chocolate, but everything tastes better in Disney!
#5 – ‘Ohana. A Table Service meal at the Polynesian Village Resort. Everything here is good. Seriously. It can be wicked hard to get a reservation since it’s so good!
#6 – Kona Coffee. I believe this counts as a Snack Credit on the Dining Plan, but I usually just pay out of pocket. Located at the coffee bar at the Polynesian Village Resort, but it converts to a sushi bar at lunch and dinner! You can also get the heavenly pressed pot if you have a breakfast reservation at Kona Cafe (which is a great meal!). The pressed pot is actually better because I believe it’s full Kona, while the coffee bar is a Kona blend…..either is delicious though!
#7 – Splitsville. This is a Table Service located in Disney Springs. It’s also a bowling alley and billiard hall and might not be the first place you think of for a nice meal….but trust me, the food is GREAT! The menu is extensive and everything I’ve had, and from everyone I know that has eaten here, has been delicious! Sliders to pizza to salads and SUSHI!
#8 – Dole Whip. This is found at the Magic Kingdom, in Adventureland, and is a Snack Credit (check the board, all types might not be Snack Credits – if it’s not, just pay out of pocket. You’ll thank me later). Pineapple-y goodness. They need a FastPass for this, sometimes the line is loooong!
#9 – Anchors Aweigh Sandwich. This is at Columbia Harbor House in the Magic Kingdom, a Quick Service meal. I don’t even really like tuna fish sandwiches and I like this one. It’s that good. Also quite tasty is the Lighthouse Sandwich, which is hummus and slaw. Mmmm.
#10 – Mickey Waffles. Found all over property in Quick Service and Table Service locations. They are perfection!
#11 – Frozen Cokes. Found in various grab & go type locations in the parks, they are a Snack Credit. Slushy, ice-y, Coke goodness.
#12 – MICKEY BARS. They are found everywhere and are a Snack Credit. They come in two forms, on a stick or in a sandwich form. I prefer the stick, my husband prefers the sandwich. Both are a don’t miss.
#13 – Minnie’s Bake Shop Cookies. They are found all over the parks and are a Snack Credit. They are pre-packaged, but don’t let that deceive you. These little beauties are soft and delicious!
#14 – Disney Popcorn. Found in all the parks, Snack Credit. Ohmygosh. It’s not your average popcorn folks. Beware, beware, you’ll soon be in line to buy the gigantic $48 Dumbo shaped popcorn bucket (that you somehow have to fit into your luggage…). It’s addictive! (and the popcorn buckets are so cute!)
#15 – Sunshine Seasons. A Quick Service in Epcot. Probably one of my favorite places to eat! It’s cafeteria style and can be a bit noisy, but the entree choices are a bit different than typical (stir fry, pork chops, sandwiches, etc) and the bakery case is superb. The strawberry shortcake is my favorite.
#16 – Les Halles Boulangerie & Patisserie. Quick Service in Epcot, in France. The ham & cheese is faaaantastic, nice and salty on a crusty loaf of bread. Ask for it warmed!
#17 – Boma. A Table Service at Animal Kingdom Lodge. It’s delicious for breakfast and dinner – but my favorite is definitely breakfast! I love me a great breakfast buffet and this one does not disappoint. It has a great mix of your typical favorites and a few things you might not have ever tried before. If you are on the dining plan, paying out of pocket for the African pressed pot is worth it. The POG juice is free and oh so tasty!
#18 – Sanaa. Another Table Service at Animal Kingdom Lodge! This is absolutely a gem of a restaurant. The bread service you have to pay out of pocket for but it’s so worth it. Delicious naan bread served with dipping sauces. If the menu looks a little daring to you, there is a great steak to try instead! Nice list of African wines.
#19 – D-Luxe Burger. A Quick Service located in Disney Springs. The burgers here are MASSIVE but tasty and their fries with dipping sauces….oh don’t get me started! NOM. They have some great gelato shakes as well. It’s a huge, calorific meal, but an awesome value if you are on the Dining Plan.
#20 – Hoop Dee Doo Revue. This is a Table Service at For Wilderness. It’s 2 credits if you are on the Dining Plan. It’s a great dinner with a very fun show and worth your time and dollar! The food is some basic eats of fried chicken, beans, salad and corn – but still very tasty. The show is hilarious and will have your entire crew clapping and laughing along!