Best Bites in Disney
You may first picture wild rides when you think of the various Disney parks, but your thoughts probably soon turn to food. After all, each of the parks has a number of fan favorites, from the classic Dole Whip to the world delights to be found at Epcot. If you’re planning a trip to the Disney parks soon, book your vacation villa at FantasyWorld, one of the leading resorts in Kissimmee, and start making plans to eat your favorite foods, as well as try some of the newest delicious treats.
While FantasyWorld has a full kitchen in the villas for you to make your own preferred breakfast if you choose, you’ll still be happy to know that you can now get breakfast again at Hollywood & Vine restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Along with various Disney junior characters, you’ll get to enjoy an à la carte breakfast that is sure to keep you going for the next few hours! Along with pastry baskets the whole table can share, there are mouth-watering main breakfast courses to choose. They include: All-you-care-to-enjoy pancakes made with the signature house-made batter; toasted open-face salmon bagel; four-egg scramble; four-egg cheese omelet; a plant-based egg frittata; and French toast filled with chocolate-hazelnut spread.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom is the place to be to try some of the newest additions, both in terms of food and experiences. Thanks to the release of Raya and the Last Dragon, Animal Kingdom is offering experiences and three new sweet treats. The Mighty Mist Soft-Serve is a delicious twist of vanilla and strawberry soft serve ice cream served up in a blue-tinted white chocolate-dipped waffle cone covered in sparkling sugar.
While the Mighty Mist could almost double for a Fourth of July treat, the next two definitely have a special something extra. The Baby Tuk Tuk Mousse features a five-spice mousse on top of chocolate cake, with milk chocolate cream, a chocolate velvet shell, and crispy chocolate “pearls”. The other new option is the Baby Tuk Tuk Ice Cream Sundae. This cool treat starts with chai-spiced caramel cake, chai caramel sauce, vanilla ice cream, green tea cake crumbs, salted caramel crispy pearls, and even an edible image of Baby Tuk Tuk.
Other new items to the parks’ menus include pork pot stickers at Sunshine Tree Terrace, and at Tony’s Town Square you’ll find a Hazelnut Budino, which is a chocolate-hazelnut custard with chocolate torta topped with caramel, toasted meringue, and pralines.
These are just a drool-worthy sampling of some of the new dishes and drinks you’ll find at the various Disney parks and resorts. You’re sure to find something you absolutely must try along with old favorites, and you can always share. So be sure to make your reservation at the FantasyWorld resorts in Kissimmee and start planning your Disney vacations, with plenty of time to indulge in some of the latest food favorites.Tags: Kissimmee Condo, Kissimmee vacation, resort Orlando vacation