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World showcase snacks

Discussion in 'Epcot' started by Tod, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. Tod

    Tod New Member

    We love Epcot especially trying all the food round world showcase. Some places we've tried others we've missed out, wondered if anyone can make some yummy food suggestions that we can buy from the snack places. This is my list so far!

    Canada snack cart - Not tried this but sounds interesting - Torontopolitan - A delicious combination of Iceberg Vodka, Chambord, Cranberry and Orange Juices, and garnished with a Cherry

    Uk - ?

    France strawberry tart from the bakery

    Morocco - ?

    Mexico - Frozen Margaritas - tequila, Triple Sec and Stawberry, Lime or Mango Fruit mix (not tried but sounds like it will hit the spot)

    Japan - ?

    China - ?

    Norway -

    Germany - Will probably try the Kuch Kitchen, any suggestions on something we must try?

    Italy - ?

    Usa - funnel cake with sugar
  2. tinklancs

    tinklancs Well-Known Member

    If you like creme brulee then try the one from the Boulangerie in France. It's fabulous and a big portion. Buzz would say you have to have a snowcone in Japan - it's the law apparently!! Never tried the fish and chips in UK but might be persuaded if looking for comfort food! :D
  3. married-2-wdw-nut

    married-2-wdw-nut Active Member

    Fish & chips aren't too bad really. Tried them last trip and was surprised.


    FRANCE ..... Always Champagne (p.s. it's cheaper if you into the shop that buying it from the stall near Chef de France)

    MEXICO... Anything from La Cava del Tequila (hic!). The Nachos are good too.

    NORWAY... any of the scrummy deserts from Kringla Bakeri og Cafe

    MOROCCO. Tried this one for the first time last trip (fussy kids!). The Shawarma Platter was really good
  4. Justice Socks

    Justice Socks DoingFlorida Associate

    We tend not to eat in the parks apart from the odd bun and a coffee.

    Not really a lover of park food so not much help I'm afraid.

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