Today we’re talking about everything food related at Disney World!
Megan and I are going to tell you what we thought of the restaurants we ate in and the snacks we had!
Intermission Food Court:
I only ate at the Intermission Food Court a handful of times, but the staff there was very kind and very good about keeping tables cleared and clean. Seating options were classic tables with chairs– or booths! (Guess which one I sat in)
The first day we hadn’t eaten much, so one of the first things we did was hit up our resort’s food court. I had a chicken and avocado sandwich (am I a millennial yet?) with sweet potato fries. It was delicious. It was good that I was starving because otherwise I probably couldn’t have finished it with how much food there was. The next day, I ordered turkey ziti off the kid’s menu. I got to choose a drink and two sides. This was a more manageable amount of food! Finally, before our departure, I got the breakfast platter. Sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, and of course, Mickey waffles. Yum!
The Intermission Food Court had decent food. It’s pretty much what you would expect from a quick-service place at a hotel. Even though it’s at Disney world, I still thought it was overpriced. However, everything I had there was hot and it always tasted good!
My favorite thing I had there was the Unicorn Cupcake! I got this while we were waiting for the Magical Express to take us to the airport. Even though it was a vanilla cupcake, the decorations on it were so cute and I loved the sprinkles inside!
Hands down, AWESOME experience. We got to get out of the heat, we got to eat, and we got to meet friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and Eeyore walked around greeting guests at tables, and there was a (mini, indoor) parade celebrating friendship led by the characters.
The building itself was beautiful and the buffet serving style made it easy to enjoy and relax your time at the Palace. Speaking of food, they had all kinds of options. Yogurt and fruit, pastries and pancakes(they were actually Mickey waffles), and an array of warm breakfast hotdishes including scrambled eggs, breakfast meats and potatoes. Of course, I sampled some of everything. I stuffed myself so full that I didn’t eat until later that night. Can attest to the quality of the food, in addition to the quantity.
Overall I absolutely LOVED our time at The Crystal Palace! Like Megan said, the building is gorgeous on the outside, and the inside is just as pretty! The food is served buffet style, and let me tell you, there was no shortage of food. Our character interactions were so much fun! I would definitely come here again because I had a blast!
Be Our Guest:
Walking over the bridge to the front doors of the castle was so cool. If only the daily torrential rainstorm had come for breakfast…
I especially liked Beast’s castle because servers greet you in French (which I happen to know a bit of)! Once you choose your meal and pay, you can choose where to sit in any of three rooms. After you’ve eaten, you can check out the other rooms and get pictures of Belle and the Beast (figurines), the Enchanted Rose, and on your way out: the rose window. I highly recommend eating in the ballroom, because it is MAGICAL.
When our server came ’round with their cart, they loaded up our table with a yummy ham and sauce sandwich, an assortment of pastries, and our choice of beverage. Yum!
I’ve been to Be Our Guest for lunch, but this was my first time at the Beast’s Castle for breakfast! Megan and I shared an open faced ham sandwich with a creamy cheese sauce, served with an assortment of pastries. It was more than enough food for the two of us and it was delicious! I loved the atmosphere of this restaurant because it really does look and feel like the Beast’s Castle from the movie!
Rapunzel Cone: Megan:
The lost princess cone really hit the spot in that 90°F weather. Purple cone was cool, as were the actual flowers stuck to the side of it. I’ve never eaten a flower before, so they were strangely… Velvety and crunchy, but the Dole whip ice cream was very good. It even had subtle edible glitter on the outside of the ice cream piles. Would definitely eat it again.
Cheshire Cat Tail:
Even though this is just a twisted donut with chocolate chips and colored icing, it was amazing! I would definitely recommend getting one from the Cheshire Cafe in Magic Kingdom!
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