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What Would I Order?

National Plan for Vacation Day

  1. Ordering Recommendations from planDisney Panelists

    •Chips and guacamole from Cava de Tequila located in EPCOT. According to Andres, it the only guac he’ll eat outside of his own homemade!

    •Southernmost Buttermilk Chicken from Olivia’s Cafe at Disney’s Old Key West Resort. Robyn and Missy call this a hidden gem you do not want to miss!

    •The California cheese and charcuterie from BaseLine Tap House at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Thiana especially enjoys the spiced almonds. She adds they go nicely with a craft beer or hard cider.

    •A Full-Slab Barbecued Ribs and 8-piece Fried Chicken dinner found at P&J’s Southern Takeout at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. According to Jackie this meal not only includes two different kinds of meat but also four sides, including macaroni and cheese, baked beans, mashed potatoes, slaw or French fries and a whole loaf of sweet southern cornbread. it’s a great budget-friendly option, too!

    •Slow-Roasted Sliced Grilled Beef Bowl with rice and the creamy herb dressing at Satu'li Canteen at Pandora – The World of Avatar. This delectable menu item is Sarah’s go-to each visit. Cap it off with Blueberry Cream Cheese Mousse! And for the little ones, her kids are huge fans of the "Teylu" All-Beef Hot Dog Wrapped in Dough.

    •Pot Roast at Everything POP Shopping and Dining at Disney’s Pop Century Resort. The pot roast is at the top of Shantel’s food list. In her words, “it is incredibly delicious!”

    •Dark Chocolate Waffle for breakfast at Ale & Compass at Disney's Yacht Club Resort. Anne Marie describes this breakfast item as rich and indulgent, without being overly sweet.

    •A macaron at Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in EPCOT. This tasty macaron will never be missed by Tabitha! She describes it as “life changing.” Filled with cream and raspberry goodness, everyone she introduces this sweet treat to falls in love at first bite! And she adds that it pairs perfectly with a glass of champagne. She says you’ll thank her for this one!

    •Grilled Tofu Bowl at Contempo Cafe at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. A personal favorite of Wyatt, the bowl features perfectly seasoned tofu paired with layers of green sofrito rice, red sofrito black beans, and green tomatillo salsa. Just thinking about chowing down on this dish while watching the monorail pass by makes his stomach grumble!

    •Pancakes from the Grand Floridian Café at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Every time Stephanie visits Walt Disney World Resort, she makes sure to order the pancakes. She suggests asking about their seasonal add-ons, which she says are all delicious! 

    •Indian-style bread service at Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. The bread service is a highlight of meals for Ashley and her family. This mouth-watering platter features five types of warm naan paired with nine accompaniments, ranging from mild cucumber raita to spicy jalapeño-lime pickle. The incredible views of African wildlife on the Sunset Savanna also can’t be beat!

    •Baked Brie in Puff Pastry at Bar Riva in Disney’s Riviera Resort. According to Angie this is a must for all cheese lovers like herself. She will tell you this pastry is “where it’s at” and it is perfectly accompanied by a nice glass of wine!

    •Cream Cheese Pretzel from Launching Pad at Magic Kingdom Park. Aena is positive this counts as a meal in her book. Okay so maybe it’s a snack, but she says you must try one! She explains that “the ooey gooey goodness of the cream cheese stuffed inside a warm pretzel is truly what dreams are made of!”

    •Morimoto “Buri-Bop” at Morimoto Asia in Disney Springs. This is the showstopper menu item for Angie. The dish is a Korean-style yellowtail served in a sizzling hot clay pot with rice and finished with an egg yolk. Angie describes it as “truly spectacular” and one of the best dishes she has had in Disney Springs.

    •Endorian Fried Chicken Tip Yip Youngling Meal at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This is the one meal Kristin’s nine-year-old must have on every visit! And if it’s kid approved, you know it’s gotta be good.

    •Pizza from Pizza Ponte at Disney Springs. Pizza from here is a great quick service meal Jackie loves to recommend. Located in The Landing section of Disney Springs, this restaurant is attached to the more well-known Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante. But if you pop in next door, you’ll find yourself at the best little pizza joint around. Square cut and sold by the thick slice, you’ll find a wide variety of choices like her favorite the parma cotto with parma ham, ricotta and mozzarella to peppers and onions and everything in between. 

    •Sustainable Fish at Jungle Navigation Co LTD Skipper Canteen in Magic Kingdom Park. Angie highly recommends this dish and calls it a must try for the adventurous seafood lover. It arrives as a lightly breaded, whole fried fish, and the beautiful presentation is sure to turn heads as it makes its way to your table. She adds that you should round out your meal with the incredible Panna-Connie’s Congo Lime Delight!

    •Ribs and Chicken Combo from Flame Tree Barbecue located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. When Tamela’s family gathers for a meal, this is their favorite! She explains the portion is enough for her husband and her to share for a quick lunch. They also love the tropical seating area provided to relax and enjoy a meal.

    •Fried Wontons at Yak & Yeti™ Restaurant located in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. Allyn’s all-time favorite dish is none other than the fried wontons, and we think she describes it the best. “Honestly, everything on their menu is worth climbing Mt. Everest for! But there is one dish so delicious, so mouth-watering, so decadent, you absolutely must finish your meal with it! The Fried Wontons are the greatest dessert in the world! (Tested and approved by Yaks and Yetis alike!) These skewers of fresh pineapple and warm cream cheese wontons are topped with a rich vanilla ice cream and honey-vanilla drizzle that you’ll be licking from the plate! You won’t be stuck thinking, ‘What should I order at Yak & Yeti™ Restaurant?’ because you now know that every dish becomes legendary when you end with Fried Wontons.” 

    *Please remember menu items are subject to change

     

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