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Your Guide to the Best Food Around Disney Parks

Disney Park Food
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Disney parks in Anaheim, California, Orlando, Florida, and all over the world are known for their dazzling rides, captivating shows, and, of course, the magical world they create. But there’s one aspect of Disney that often goes overlooked but is equally enchanting – the food! From delectable snacks to gourmet dining experiences, Disney parks offer a culinary adventure that is as memorable as any ride or character meet-and-greet. In this article, we’ll take you on a mouthwatering journey through the delightful world of food around Disney parks.

Mickey-Shaped Treats

Let’s start with something iconic – Mickey-shaped treats! Whether it’s a Mickey-shaped pretzel or a Mickey ice cream bar, these snacks are not only Instagram-worthy but also undeniably delicious. You can find them in almost every Disney park around the world. There’s something magical about taking a bite out of Mickey’s ear!

Powered, Mickey-shaped treats in a white takeout food box

[Credit: TK Kristina Werner, Flickr]

Dole Whip at Disneyland

Your Disney theme park food experience wouldn’t be complete without indulging in the legendary Dole Whip. This pineapple soft-serve dessert is the perfect way to beat the California heat. It’s light, it’s refreshing, and the taste will transport you to a tropical paradise. Pro tip: Try the Dole Whip float for an extra dose of pineapple goodness.

Two Dole whip treats pictured at Disney Land. The Dole whip on the right is in a tall plastic cup with a yellow-colored dole whip towards the bottom and white-colored dole whip at the top. The cup on the left is shorter and is filled with only white-colored dole whip

[Credit: TK ~* Kylie *~, Flickr]

Related: Disney’s Dole Whip Is Finally Coming To Your Home

Be Our Guest at Magic Kingdom

If you’re looking for a fine dining experience with a Disney twist, “Be Our Guest” at Magic Kingdom is the place to be. This Beauty and the Beast-themed restaurant offers a luxurious feast fit for a princess or prince. From the French onion soup to the grey stuff (it’s delicious, we promise!), every bite is a culinary masterpiece.

Churros in Disneyland Paris

While churros are a staple snack in many Disney parks, the ones you’ll find in Disneyland Paris have a special charm. These crispy, cinnamon-sugar-coated delights are perfect for strolling down Main Street or munching while you wait for your next adventure.

Disney castle pictured with vibrant green landscaping

[Credit: Unslpash – Soyoung Han]

Related: Inside the Magic of Disneyland Paris

EPCOT’s International Food and Wine Festival

EPCOT’s Food and Wine Festival is a food lover’s dream come true. Each fall, this park transforms into a global food market — featuring cuisines from around the world. From sushi in Japan to poutine in Canada, you can embark on a culinary journey without leaving the park.

Two paper plates from the EPCOT's International Food and Wine Festival with two steamed dumplings

[Credit: TK rickpilot_2000, Flickr]

EPCOT’s Le Cellier Steakhouse

If you’re a fan of steak, EPCOT’s Le Cellier Steakhouse is a must-visit. Tucked away in the Canada pavilion, this restaurant offers some of the finest steaks you’ll ever taste. The cozy ambiance and the extensive wine list make it a perfect spot for a romantic dinner or a special celebration.

The Grey Stuff at Be Our Guest

Yes, this stuff is so good, that it earns two spots on our Disney Park Food list! “Try the grey stuff; it’s delicious!” If Lumière recommends it, you know it must be fantastic. This mysterious dessert is a cookies and cream-flavored mousse served in a white chocolate “Chip” cup. Be sure to save room for it during your Be Our Guest meal!

Photo of 'The Grey Stuff' pictured at Disney's 'Be Our Guest Restaurant' with a lit candle in the center of the dessert

[Credit: TK Peter Lee, Flickr]

Related: Try the Grey Stuff… Without a $70 Reservation!

Tokyo DisneySea’s Seafood Delights

Tokyo DisneySea takes Disney Park food dining to a new level with its seafood offerings. The park is known for its seafood-focused menus, and you can savor everything from lobster tail to seafood paella. It’s a seafood lover’s paradise!


Mobile Ordering

Disney parks offer mobile ordering to make your food adventures even more convenient. You can place your food orders in advance and skip the lines using the Disneyland or Walt Disney World apps. It’s a game-changer for those looking to maximize their park time.

As you can see, Disney parks aren’t just about thrilling rides and enchanting characters. They’re also a food lover’s paradise, with a diverse range of culinary experiences to satisfy every palate. Whether you’re indulging in a classic Mickey-shaped treat or savoring a gourmet meal fit for royalty, the food at Disney parks is sure to leave you with magical memories and a satisfied appetite.

What’s your favorite Disney park food experience? Share your thoughts and foodie adventures in the comments below, and let’s keep the Disney food conversation going!

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About Lee Thompson

Lee Thompson is a passionate creator with over five years of writing adventures under her belt. When she’s not weaving words, you can catch her indulging in three of her greatest loves: devouring sushi on the beach, tapping into the zen vibes of pilates, or spending time with her very best friends, her family.

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