Mom and Daughter at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Room
  • On Jun 15, 2013
    Mari Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    My 19 year old daughters dream is to "eat her way around the world" at Epcot's World showcase. We tried unsuccessfully (even sharing food servings) in 2009. Any ideas on LITTLE, LITTLE yummy food items we can purchase at each of the countries? Th

    Hi Mari! This becomes tougher and tougher to do as they add some great culinary delights from other countries beyond those with pavilions. I suggest you stick to those main ones and definitely share, share, share as much as possible.

    Some hints to consider is to try a simple pastry from the France bakery. If she would consider a caramel as a food yummy in Germany then that too is a small portion but very good! Try to find the food carts outside the pavilions where they will offer small items versus having to order from the restaurants and get a full meal. If you visit during the Food and Wine Festival you will find food carts everywhere that offer bite size portions. During other times you just have to hunt them down a bit. In Mexico head to the quick service spot and order a child's portion taco meal to share. That goes for any of the other locations where you can't find a food cart. Order children's portions.

    Oh and maybe popcorn will be a good option for the US country offering. You can always carry that back if you just want a nibble!

    Enjoy and good luck!
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