I LOVE taking pictures, so when I go on vacation, it’s like picture taking overload, especially at Walt Disney World where there is so much to see….and EAT. Yes, I admit it, I am one of those food-picture-taking-instagram-my-meals people, and I know some people think its weird, but I think getting to try new and different foods is one of the best parts about vacation, especially at a place like Walt Disney World, where the dining options are so plentiful!
So here are some of my favorite meals from recent WDW trips
Bangers and Mash at Raglan Road Irish Pub in Downtown Disney – the sausage was amazing, and so was everything else about this dish! We have been back to Raglan Road on later trips, and every item we have eaten has been delicious, including the fish fry and steak!
An assorted plate of goodies from the braekfast buffet at the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom. Everything was delicious – from the biscuits, to the breakfast pizza, to the Mickey waffles – all freshly prepared for our enjoyment! The Crystal Palace serves 3 meals a day buffet style with Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet making the rounds for autographs and hugs. I have eaten all three meals here, and while breakfast is my favorite, they do a great job at lunch and dinner too!
Chicken Enchiladas at San Angel Inn in Epcot’s Mexico. I have to say, this restaurant was the surprise of the trip – in a good way! We weren’t sure what to expect, but the food was delicious and authentic, and the atmosphere dark and romantic. We will be back for sure!
Pork tenderloin at the California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. My husband thoroughly enjoyed the pork and the creamy polenta, and while I am not a pork person, even I have to admit that this one is a winner!
Ok, so this one technically isn’t a meal, but it’s practically big enough to be a whole meal! The Butterfinger Cupcake available at Starring Roles Cafe in Hollywood Studios is a chocolate cupcake with a fudge center (my fave part!), whipped vanilla frosting, and a hard chocolate shell covered in crushed butterfinger pieces. It’s huge, its delicious, and the best part is, it’s a snack on the disney dining plan (a definite value, considering it’s size!)
I hope these have inspired you to try a new restaurant next time you’re at WDW! (And if all I have done is make your mouth water…then I apologize!)