There are so many delicious eats through the entire Magic Kingdom that it is extremely difficult to pick the top 15, but we went ahead and made our best effort to narrow it down. With so many options when you are looking for something quick, this may help you out! Here is a look at the 15 best quick eats when you are at the Magic Kingdom:
15 – Mickey’s Kitchen Sink Sundae – Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, Main Street, U.S.A.
With this sundae, you get a choice of hot fudge, peanut butter or caramel topped with whipped cream and two cherries, all with your choice of 2 hand-scoops of ice cream. The treat is also served in a Mickey kitchen sink container, too! It is fun and an extremely popular treat at the Magic Kingdom.
14 – Braised Chicken – Be Our Guest Restaurant, Fantasyland
During lunch Be Our Guest is a quick-service restaurant with a variety of soup, salads, sandwiches, and other offerings. The braised chicken is prepared in Coq Au Vin style. It is an eight hour slow-cooked chicken in red wine with bacon, mushrooms, roasted asparagus, blistered heirloom tomatoes, and braised leeks served with mashed potatoes. This meal will definitely tide you over until dinner time and maybe beyond!
13 – Dole Whip – Aloha Isle, Adventureland
The Dole Whip is one of the most popular treats in all of Walt Disney World. This used to be the only location that you could find this refreshing treat, but it has since spread to other parks and resorts around Walt Disney World. This pineapple soft serve is a treat that you don’t want to miss out on trying!
12- Hot Dog of the Month – Casey’s Corner, Main Street, U.S.A.
Casey’s Corner is home to some of the most unique hot dogs that you will experience. There is a different hot dog each month. You never know what delicious flavor combinations that Casey’s Corner will come up with next, so drop by each month to see what they are offering.
11 – Lobster Roll – Columbia Harbour House, Liberty Square
The delicious take on the lobster roll is made with chilled lobster with a touch of mayonnaise on a New England style bun, served with house-made potato chips. This perfect roll is an authentic taste of New England and unlike anything, you would expect to find within a theme park.
10 – Cinnamon Rolls – Gaston’s Tavern, Fantasyland
For the best cinnamon rolls ever, you have to head on over to Gaston’s Taverns and have one of these. They are huge, warm and covered with icing. You can try out the popular LeFou’s Brew while you are there, too. It is a perfect spot to stop for a little treat to recharge so you can tackle the rest of your day at Magic Kingdom.
9 – Loaded Buffalo Chicken Tots – The Friar’s Nook, Fantasyland
This unique and tasty snack is a tray of crispy tots with buffalo chicken, celery and blue cheese on top. The combination of flavors is delicious and one that you definitely have to try. Definitely consider this one when you are looking for a quick snack to enjoy.
8 – Fajita Platter – Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café, Frontierland
This delicious entrée is served with spicy barbacoa beef and seasoned chicken with yellow rice, beans, fajita vegetables, and flour tortillas. It is a pretty hearty meal, so definitely make sure to come hungry for this one.
7 – Flatbreads – Pinocchio Village Haus, Fantasyland
There are a variety of different flatbreads that are offered, like the Caprese Flatbread, Cheese Flatbread, Pepperoni Flatbread and a featured flatbread for each month. If you pick the right seat, you can even watch guests on It’s A Small World while you dine, making the experience extra magical.
6 – Waffle Sandwiches – Sleepy Hollow, Liberty Square
You can’t go wrong with any of the waffle sandwich options at Sleepy Hollow. My personal favorite is definitely the Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich, which is a delicious fresh waffle that is topped with chocolate-hazelnut spread and fresh fruit. There is also the Sweet and Spicy Chicken Waffle Sandwich, which is a tasty mix of sweet and savory flavors.
5 – Jerk-smoked Brisket Sandwich – Tortuga Tavern, Adventureland
This entrée features brisket that is served with pineapple-coconut slaw and House-made chili-lime chips. It is definitely a full meal and perfectly fitting with the Adventureland theme.
4 – Cheshire Cat Tail – Cheshire Café, Fantasyland
This sweet treat is as cute as it is delicious. It is a delicious pastry topped with purple and pink icing stripes, making the perfect themed treat to snack on.
3 – Plant-based Sloppy Joe – Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, Tomorrowland
This delicious sandwich is a plant-based beef crumbles tossed in a sloppy joe sauce of diced onions, yellow mustard, ketchup, garlic, and brown sugar served with French Fries. If you aren’t a fan of a plant-based sandwich, then there are also menu items like hamburgers, chicken nuggets, hot dogs, salads and more. There is definitely something for everyone. Plus, you can be there for Cosmic Ray’s performance while you dine.
2 – Loaded Onion Rings – Golden Oak Outpost, Frontierland
This is a classic favorite, so you get a nice taste of comfort from home while at Walt Disney World. It is great to get a simple treat at times when you are just looking for something to munch on while you are out and about in the parks.
1 – Ice Cream Float – Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, Tomorrowland
An ice cream float is a favorite for adults and kids, alike. The ice cream float at Auntie Gravity’s is a great way to cool down during a hot day in the parks. With this ice cream float option, you get to choose your fountain beverage as well as what soft-serve ice cream you want. You can go for a classic float like root beer with vanilla or you can try something totally unique!
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