Feast your eyes on new food at Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World

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new food at Disney Parks

While we love the attractions at Disney Parks, there’s also lots of fun to be had enjoying our favorite snacks and new food items around the parks. If you’re planning a visit to Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort soon, here are a few tempting new bites and beverages to seek out during your trip.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom

This park has some of the best food at Walt Disney World, and now there’s even more to love at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. First up, you can find fuel for the day at Kusafiri Coffee Shop and Bakery, which has new breakfast items like a Pistachio Honey Croissant and a Cheese and Guava Danish. There’s also a hearty Sausage Egg and Cheese Biscuit or Spinach and Feta Quiche.

Over at Harambe Market, you can pick up some satisfying midday meals. Look for the new Chicken Gyro served with African coleslaw or try one of three new bowl options: Ribs Bowl, Chicken Bowl, and Roasted Vegetable Bowl. All three options come with a base of cilantro rice and green salad, plus a side of green salsa and pico de gallo.

A new lounge at Restaurantosaurus welcomes pre-historic travelers. Sip on a selection of cocktails, including the Tequilasaurus (a tart margarita), the Ferminted Fossil (a minty mojito), the Primordial Booze (pomegranate and lemonade with vodka), and the Carnotaurus Meteoritis (a bourbon sour). Non-alcoholic options include the Teal Rex (pineapple and lemon juices, lemonade, and blue raspberry syrup), the Paleontology Punch (lemonade, Sprite, and cranberry, apple, pomegranate, and lime juices), and the Raptor Refresher (cranberry and orange juice and strawberry purée). There’s also a selection of beer and wine, and light bites like a bowl of Sweet-and-Spicy Mixed Nuts or Buffalo Chicken Dip served with house-made chips.

Epcot

Coral Reef Restaurant has a decadent new item: a whole-stuffed Maine lobster served with crispy baby potatoes, asparagus, béarnaise, lemon, and butter.

new food at Disney Parks

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter

If you love Disney’s beignets, the new Beignet Burger is for you. Available at Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory, this burger includes American cheese, bacon jam, pickled onions, bbq bayou sauce, and house-made pickles, and it’s served on a beignet bun.

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside

Next door to the French Quarter, you can indulge in an all-you-care-to-enjoy Chef’s Platter with ribs, Nashville hot chicken, barbecued beef brisket, smoked sausage, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, street corn, and green beans. This mouth-watering platter is available at Boatwright’s Dining Hall.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Stop by Tambu Lounge to sample their new menu, which features appetizers like the Conch Ceviche, a savory mix served in a coconut, or the Shrimp Cocktail with fresh shrimp marinated in Florida citrus juices. Other shareable snacks include the Crispy Chicken Spring Roll served with pickled vegetables, the Beef Carpaccio Tataki with thinly-sliced beef in a spicy black pepper marinade topped with chili oil, or the Tambu Mixed Grill Kebab with chicken, steak, and shrimp served grilled with savory peanut sauce.

Disneyland Resort

Disneyland

Hungry Bear Restaurant in Disneyland park has a whole new menu, and they’ve got some hearty new sandwiches to enjoy. Two new options include the Honey-Spiced Chicken sandwich with lettuce and sweet and spicy spread and the Crispy Fish Sandwich with sweet and spicy slaw and lemon-citrus mayonnaise. Burger options include the Classic Cheeseburger, the BBQ Double Cheeseburger (with bbq sauce, an onion ring, and jalapeño pickle relish), and Messy Melvin’s Vegan Specialty Burger served with a vegan patty and stewed vegetables.

Don’t miss this tempting new food at Disney Parks during your next visit! Which items are you most excited to try?

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