Fun fact: Sometimes my Disney trips only consist on me eating and then going home. Disney food is life, honestly. I never get people who say it’s overpriced. I can get a corn dog, a drink, and a side for only $6. Which is equivalent to any meal you can get in any fast food outside of the park. Anyway, I have talked about the Disney foods I haven’t tried, which the list has changed a little because I have tried dole whips since then.
When people think of Disney food they think of churros and Disney shaped waffles. Although those are amazing, there are so many hidden Disney foods you need to try!
Award Wieners – Spicy City Dog
One day when I couldn’t think of anything else to eat I stopped by Award Wieners since it had a short line. Now, I’m not the most adventurous when it comes to classic foods like hamburgers or hot dogs so I was going to pick something basic. But I saw the Spicy City Dog and decided to try it. It’s a hot dog with cheddar-jalapeño sausage topped with chipotle crèma, queso fresco and pico de gallo. It was the best! It was spicy enough but not overwhelming. I would go back to get it again. So if you want a twist on a classic, this is your go to.
Cafe Orleans – Pomme Frites
I honestly thought more people knew about pomme frites but a lot of people I recommended them to had no idea about them! They are fries tossed with parmesan, garlic, and parsley with a special Cajun spice rémoulade on the side. A lot of people go to Cafe Orleans for the montecristo, which is amazing, but pomme frites are such a great reason to go. They are so darn delicious.[Tweet “There’s more than just churros. Try these Disney foods!”]
Jolly Holiday Bakery – Cinnamon Roll
Jolly Holiday cinnamon rolls are my absolute favorite dessert in all the park. I love cinnamon rolls anyway but these are so big, warm and gooey, they are perfect for everyone with a huge sweet tooth. I do say you have to be in the mood for it because it is a bigger size than a regular one and it is full of flavor.
Late Night at Tomorrowland
Tomorrowland’s late night menu is probably all my favorite foods at once. From 9 pm to park close, they offer burgers, buffalo chicken bites, cheesy potatoes, and even quesadillas. If you know me, that’s essentially all I eat because it’s comfort food for me. Plus, I usually go to the parks at night so it’s nice to have these options. Check out more menu specifics here.
What Disney food is your favorite or what would you try?