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Disney Eats

Margaux Lestage
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*Please note that I am 21 and some of the drinks I talk about do contain alcohol*

All Mixed Up Slushy- $5.99 

  • A mixed berry tea with whipped cream and sprinkles 
  • 8 out of 10
  • Very delicious. It is light and great for a hot day. 

Mad Hatter Unbirthday Tea- $ 5.99

  • Ginger-green tea layered with mango tea topped with whipped cream and a piece of chocolate
  • 7 out of 10
  • It tasted good but was not as airy as the previous drink and would not choose it over others. 

Frozen Mint Julep Lemonade- $6.49

  • Classically blended mint julep with lemonade and topped with a mint leaf, cherry, and lemon.
  • 9 out of 10
  • Perfect for a hot day. It tastes like frozen lemonade with a hint of mint which is very refreshing. 

Corn Dog Nuggets /with fries- $10.29

  • 9 out of 10
  • The meal is perfect for two people. It’s delicious and a must have for lunch at Magic Kingdom 

10 oz filet with mashed potatoes- $65.00 and mash potatoes is $12.00

  • 10 out of 10
  •  Shula Steak House is a pricer meal but they do a fabulous job if you want to splurge yourself I highly recommend this place if you like meat. 

Vanilla Crème Brûlée- $10.00

  • 10 out of 10
  • My favorite dessert is amazing and the place does a great job. Get it to indulge yourself. 

Mickey Pretzel- $6.25

  • 8 out of 10
  • This is a must have at Disney. It’s a quick delicious snack to have and I suggest grabbing one before going into a long line for a ride. My boyfriend loves pretzels and these are his favorite to have. 

Churro- $5.25

  • 8 out of 10
  • You can not mess up a churro and again this is a must have at Disney. It’s a quick delicious snack to have and I suggest grabbing one also before going into a long line for a ride. My boyfriend and I get both a pretzel and a churro to share together. 

Mickey Beignets – $6.99

  • 7 out of 10
  • You can only get these at Port Orleans resort. The dough was really good, not sweet so the powdered sugar could bring the sweetness without it being overpowering. However, I have had better beignets so recommend trying because overall it was good. 

Coca Cola Slushie- $6

  • 7 out of 10
  • This is a classic, it’s just great especially when it’s warm out. However, you can get a coke slushie anywhere so trying something else more unique to Disney would be better for what you are paying for. 

Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich- $5.69

  • 7 out of 10
  • You messed up an ice cream sandwich and they had cookie crumbs in the ice cream. It’s a classic for a warm day. 

Tortellini- $29.00

  • Cheese stuffed pasta, with sautéed pancetta, sweet peas, tossed in a Parmesan cream sauce
  • 9 out of 10
  • I love this meal. I am usually very picky with stuff like this but I have nothing to complain about. The sauce is so good!! If you go to Via Napoli, definitely try the tortellini if you’re not in the mood for their amazing pizza.

Caramel Apple- $10.99

  • 5 out of 10
  • I love caramel apples but this one sat too long before I bought it so the caramel lost its hold on the apple. Making it hard to have a bite with caramel and apple. Disney used to cut the apple for you but now they don’t, which I was annoyed at. The apple was really tart so I was not thrilled with this apple compared to others I have had. 

Violet Lemonade- $4.50

  • 9 out of 10
  • This is my go to drink at Epcot before I was 21. It’s so refreshing and it has a nice balance of lemonade and violet without that overpowering. It’s also such a pretty drink to get during the flower and garden festival. 

Dole Whip- $5.75

  • 10 out of 10
  • When you go to Disney you must get a dole whip. It is a very popular treat you can get and it’s dairy free. It’s so good I can not tell you how much I love this treat it’s so good. 

Ribs-  Regal Eagle (kids meal) $8.99 

  • 8 of 10
  • I am a big rib girl and the kid’s meal size at the regal eagle is perfect for me. The ribs are cooked perfectly and I love the variety of sauces you can try. 

Cheese & Crab Wontons – $7.75

  • 8 out of 10
  • I do not like seafood but my mom tried these and said they were good but wanted a smaller serving. That they were slightly heavy and very rich. 

Glazed Donut Twist- $5.99

  • 4 out of 10
  • This was not worth the money. It was just a basic donut with a glaze that was too sweet. I could not finish. 

50th-anniversary lemonade 

  • 5 out of 10
  • It was good and refreshing. It was also cool having it change colors once you put the head in and stirred it around. Overall though it was just a regular lemonade so not worth the money and there was no extra flavor that made it go beyond just a lemonade. 

Chocolate covered strawberries

  • 5 out of 10
  • They were good but definitely were waiting on the counter for a while which let the chocolate to separate. I also, which was a mix of white and dark chocolate. 

Empanada de Barbacoa

  • Empanadas filled with Barbacoa Beef, topped with Chipotle Sauce, Crema Mexicana, and Queso Fresco. Served with a side of Corn Esquites
  • 6 out of 10
  • So my mom and I had empanadas plain. We thought the empanada shell was delicious and the meat was good but I am not a spicy person and it got too much for me if I had gotten it with the topping it might have helped cut the spice. Overall, it was good. 

Orange Wine Slushy- $6.00

  • 10 out of 10 
  • My favorite drink at Disney but it’s only offered during the flower and garden festival. It is so good. It’s like a creamsicle slush but not as sweet since the wine cuts out the sweetness. I highly recommend it if you are there during the festival. 

Moonshine Sour- $14.00

*This is the most sold drink in Epcot *

  • Ole Smoky blackberry moonshine, blood orange, blackberry, lemon
  • 9 out of 10
  • I thought I was going to hate this drink but it surprised me. This will be my go to drink when the flower and garden festival is not going on. It was not too sweet, not too strong. It was a great balance and refreshing both my mom and I highly recommend it.