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    Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    So as a newbie coming to WDW in December I wanted to know what you could recommend to me to eat or drink for the first time that you can't find at the Disneyland resort?

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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    I love the Tonga Toast at Kona Cafe in the Polynesian (kinda like french toast with bananas inside), and the grapefruit cake at the Brown Derby in Disney's Hollywood Studios.
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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    How about the Waffle Sandwiches at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments....get lots of napkins!
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    Every. Thing. At. O'Hana. (That means family)
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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by steve2wdw View Post
    How about the Waffle Sandwiches at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments....get lots of napkins!
    I second this. There are 3 or 4 different ones. I had the sweet & spicy chicken one yesterday. It was awesome. I've also had the fresh fruit & Nutella one, which was also really good.

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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    If you go to Epcot, try Club Cool at Innoventions. They have Coca-Cola products from around the world at their booth.
    Once there, try Italy's Beverly soda. You'll never forget it.
    And don't forget to get a reaction picture of you drinking it!

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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyM View Post
    If you go to Epcot, try Club Cool at Innoventions. They have Coca-Cola products from around the world at their booth.
    Once there, try Italy's Beverly soda. You'll never forget it.
    And don't forget to get a reaction picture of you drinking it!
    Funny thing is Beverly doen't even exist in Italy anymore.

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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by Coastierox View Post
    Every. Thing. At. O'Hana. (That means family)
    Nope - 'Ohana means family. O'Hana is a pub in Brooklyn.

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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    I always vote for Le Cellier. Also be sure to try the Cake Pops. They are currently my favorite Disney treat.

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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    Any place in the World Showcase
    Also try Boma or O'Hana's. Both unique experiences.
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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse princess View Post
    Also try Boma or O'Hana's.

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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    I love love love the Shwarma Platter at Morocco at Epcot.
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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    heres my top three from each park, get excited lol

    MK: hot dogs at casey's corner, mickey bar on main street (just because it feels so good lol), or the famous dole whip

    Epcot: School bread at Norway, fish and chips from the UK, or empanadas de Queso at mexico. but trying club cool and eating and drinking around the world are must do, cant miss parts of your vacation, you almost cant go wrong with anything from the world showcase.

    DHS: a cupcake from starring roles, smoked turkey leg (i mean they come from the turkey leg company they have to be good lol), or the meatloaf from 50's primetime cafe

    AK: honey chicken from yak and yeti, ribs from flame tree bbq, or the couscous salad at tusker house

    there are plenty more from each of the resorts and boardwalk or DTD too but there are plenty of place to get really great food at disney don't just settle for a hamburger or chicken nuggets.

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    Re: Food/Drinks to try at WDW

    Howdy Pards,

    Well, for this ol' cowhand, one of the best kept secrets of the Animal Kingdom is that Flame Tree Barbeque that Goofy Donald just mentioned. Their rib combo, or chicken rib combo is an absolute delight...and the outdoor seating there is among the most beautiful, delightful, enchanted spots you could possibly hope to find! Exotic birds, a beautiful lake with Mount Everest in the background, a fountain...all off the well beatin' pathways. It's a great place to relax and soak in the beauty around you. The food couldn't be better either.
    Get there early...and enjoy!

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