Guest Post from Lights, Camera, Disney: Food Must-Do’s 

I have another guest post to share with you all! Today’s post is another post from Lights, Camera, Disney, except this time it is written by Julia! Again, please, go give their awesome blog a follow if you love all things Disney by clicking on the blue link above! Today, Julia will be talking about some food must-do’s at Walt Disney World! 
My family loves going to Disney World and one of our favorite experiences is trying the food. All throughout the parks there are restaurants and fun little stops with great food, so if you are planning a trip to Disney soon, here are some of my favorite food must-dos!

Magic Kingdom 

Dole Whip at the Sunshine Tree Terrace (Adventureland): This is everyone’s favorite and so refreshing on a hot day.

The Caesar Salad at Tony’s (Main St.): This is my sister’s favorite lunch item and it really is delicious!

The Grey Stuff at Be Our Guest (Fantasyland): Lumiere was right, it is delicious!


Fish and Chips at the Yorkshire County Fish Shop (UK): Best fish and chips!

Troll Horns at the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe (Norway): I just have one word to describe these-Delicious!

Chicken Pot Stickers at the Lotus Blossom Café (China): These are really yummy and good for a quick snack.

Tea Slushies at Joy of Tea (China): These are really good and so nice on a hot day.


Tonga Toast at the Kona Café (Disney’s Polynesian Resort): We try to get this every trip because it is so delicious and very filling!

The Kitchen Sink at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop (Disney’s Beach Club Resort): This is so much fun to eat because you get to try a lot of different flavors of ice cream. Make sure you share!

Afternoon Tea at the Garden View Tea Room (Disney’s Grand Floridian): I know this isn’t a specific food item but it is such a fun experience, so I put it on here anyway!

Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom

Milkshakes at the 50s Prime Time Café (Echo Lake): These are absolutely amazing. Best milkshakes I have ever had!

The Warm Colossal Cinnamon Roll at the Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery (Africa): I have not tried these yet but from what I have heard of them, I know they deserve to be on this list!

I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed writing it! And remember, I have just barely scratched the surface-there are so many other wonderful foods to try. So go get those Mickey ears, and have fun tasting your way through Disney!

See ya real soon!



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