The Most Sought-After Dining Location at Disney World Features Only Two Items On the Menu

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The most highly sought-after dining location in all of the Walt Disney World Resort is hidden in the shadows, not too far from Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom, along the walkway toward Adventureland, meaning that it’s likely not as well known as some of Disney World’s other dining spots.

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But guests who know about the location are tripping over themselves, racing to the finish, walking as fast as they can without running, and making a beeline to the spot every morning at Magic Kingdom beginning at 11:00 a.m., all in the name of landing a spot in line to purchase one of the few food offerings available at the location.

The Most Unassuming Dining Spot at Magic Kingdom

If you aren’t familiar with the spot, your first clue to its location will be a throng of guests that form a line every morning at Magic Kingdom just before lunchtime. You can watch the line as it forms when you make your way from Main Street, U.S.A., and the castle hub toward Adventureland.

But if walk under this sign, you’ve gone too far.


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Even though the location has the wordĀ Adventureland in its name, it’s not technically inside Adventureland. Rather, it’s tucked away to the side of the main thoroughfare that leads into Adventureland, just before you walk under the Adventureland sign. We’re talking, of course, about the Adventureland Spring Rolls Cart at Magic Kingdom.

Nearly As Hidden As the Entrance to Disney’s Club 33

Well, maybe not as hidden as Disney’s Club 33, but for many guests who are heading to Adventureland in pursuit of Captain Jack Sparrow and his band of scurvy scalawags at Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, the Adventureland Spring Rolls Cart becomes a bit of a fixture, especially since it’s only open during certain times of the day.

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It’s an extremely unassuming food cart in an equally unassuming location, and though it’s been painted with bright red and green paint, the tiny little food wagon is easily missed by guests who have no idea that it’s there.

But guests who have enjoyed just a sample of the food offerings from this tiny cart seem to have an almost-cult following-type loyalty to the dining spot, making sure to stop by at least once, whether they’re visiting Disney World for the day or for a whole week.

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The Adventureland Spring Rolls Cart at Magic Kingdom/Credit: CouponingToDisney/Canva

Iconic Food Items That Rival the Popularity of the Dole Whip

It’s hard to imagine too many Disney World foods rivaling the otherwise incomparable Dole Whip when it comes to nostalgia and popularity. But then again, the spring rolls on the tiny menu at the Adventureland Spring Rolls Cart aren’t your run-of-the-mill spring rolls. They’re spring rolls with a Disney twist to them.

Because of this, some guests hold the Adventureland Spring Rolls in the same esteem as Dole Whips and Mickey Pretzels.

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The Menu Is a No-Brainer

For all its popularity and fandom, the Adventureland Spring Rolls Cart features a relatively simple menu. Though offerings can change from time to time, there are usually only two types of spring rolls offered at the food cart at a time. The two most popular rolls are the cheeseburger spring rolls and the pepperoni pizza spring rolls, though other offerings have included fillings like chicken cordon bleu.

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Each spring roll is deep-fried, golden brown, and served piping hot to guests.

Servings consist of two spring rolls, and guests can choose to enjoy two rolls with the same filling or one of each type of spring roll for $9.50.

Are you surprised to learn that the Adventureland Spring Rolls Cart is the most sought-after dining spot at Disney World? Are you a fan of the food cart–or is there another Magic Kingdom snack you’d rather enjoy than the Adventureland Spring Rolls? Tell us all about it in the comments below!

About Becky Burkett

Becky's from the Lone Star State and has been writing since she was 10 and encountered her first Disney Park when she was 11. It was love at first Main Street Electrical Parade. Joy is blank lined journals, 0.7 mm pens, and all things Walt, Woody and Buzz, PIXAR, Imagineering, Sleeping Beauty (make it blue!), Disney Parks history and EPCOT. At Disney World, you'll find her croonin' with the birdies at the Enchanted Tiki Room or hangin' with Woody and the gang at Toy Story Land. If you can dream, you really can do it!

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