40 Disney World Foods Everyone Should Try at Least Once

From iconic snacks to Mickey-shaped treats, these are 40 of the best Disney World foods.

Mickey Waffle at Disney World

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Going to the "Most Magical Place on Earth" isn't just about trying the best Disney World rides and hugging Mickey. It's an experience for all five senses, and with so many delicious restaurants, you might have a hard time choosing where to eat between attractions. The Florida theme park resort is a food destination packed with iconic snacks, Mickey-shaped eats, and themed treats that delight our imaginations (along with our taste buds). Here are 40 of the best Disney World foods to try on your next trip to Orlando.

Related: 42 Disney World and Disneyland Tips for a Magical Vacation 

Dole Whip at Disney World

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Dole Whip — Aloha Isle 

Creamy, tangy, and perfectly refreshing on a hot Florida day, this pineapple soft serve (served in a cup or in a pineapple juice float) is an iconic Disney World snack, offered at a few locations around Walt Disney World Resort, including Magic Kingdom’s Aloha Isle. 

Citrus Swirl — Sunshine Tree Terrace

Don’t love pineapple? No worries, Sunshine Tree Terrace (also in Magic Kingdom) is known for its Citrus Swirl, a delightful blend of vanilla soft serve and orange slushy. 

Pretzel at Disney World

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Mickey Pretzel — Multiple Locations

Mickey pretzels are one of many mouse-shaped foods you’ll find around the theme parks. The adorable pretzel is served with a salty cheese dip, perfect for a mid-afternoon snack. 

Poutine — Refreshment Port

Located at the entrance of the World Showcase near Canada in Epcot, the Refreshment Port offers deliciously savory poutine with beef gravy and cheese curds on fries. 

Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake — Liberty Tree Tavern

Located in Magic Kingdom's Liberty Square, this cake is the super-sweet ending to your all-you-care-to-eat meal at Liberty Tree Tavern featuring classic Thanksgiving dishes like turkey, mashed potatoes, and stuffing.

Mickey Premium Bar at Disney World

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Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar — Multiple Locations

If you have a sweet tooth, pick up a Mickey-shaped ice cream bar (with vanilla ice cream dipped in chocolate) at one of the many snack stands around the resort. 

Mickey Beignets — Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter

In case you haven’t had your fill of Mickey-shaped snacks, stop by Disney’s Port Orleans Resort for a powdered sugar-covered treat and coffee. 

Cookies — Gideon’s Bakehouse

These cookies weigh in at nearly half a pound, so they’re stuffed with sugary goodness. You can’t go wrong with the original chocolate chip flavor, though the pistachio toffee chocolate chip is a more unique — and very delicious — option. 

Cinnamon Roll — Gaston’s Tavern

Start your Magic Kingdom day with a warm, giant cinnamon roll from Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland. It’s sweet, doughy, and delicious, and you can wash it down with LeFou’s Brew (a frozen apple drink) from the same spot. 

Cheeseburger Egg Rolls at Disney World

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Cheeseburger Spring Rolls — Adventureland Cart

When you walk from the Magic Kingdom hub into Adventureland, you’ll pass a snack cart that almost always has a line. This is where you’ll find the cheeseburger spring rolls, which taste a little like a fried Big Mac (in the best way possible).

Fish and Chips — Yorkshire County Fish Shop

Stop for a pint and some fish and chips at this outpost in the United Kingdom section of the World Showcase. You can also enjoy this British speciality at the nearby Rose & Crown Dining Room. 

Grey Stuff — Be Our Guest

Step into the world of "Beauty and the Beast" with a meal at Be Our Guest in Magic Kingdom. The pre-fixe dinner ends with a selection of desserts, including the delicious Grey Stuff. 

Satuli Canteen Bowl at Disney World

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Beef and Chicken Bowls — Satu’li Canteen

This quick-service Animal Kingdom eatery is the perfect place to stop for a flavorful and fresh lunch. While the beef is a tasty option, you can opt for chicken, shrimp, or tofu in your bowl, served with veggie slaw and your choice of a base and sauce.  

School Bread — Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

This spiced sweet roll — inspired by a Norwegian snack — is filled with custard, dipped in a glaze, and topped with toasted coconut. While you’re in Epcot’s Norway pavilion, grab a frozen Viking coffee, infused with cream and coffee liqueur, for a sweet pick-me-up. 

‘Ohana Bread Pudding — 'Ohana

Enjoy a Hawaiian-inspired, all-you-can-eat meal at 'Ohana in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Make sure to save some room because the meal ends with the decadent ‘Ohana bread pudding. 

Mac and Cheese Bites at Disney World

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Crispy Mac and Cheese Bites — Wine Bar George

This Disney Springs restaurant is one of the best places to eat at Disney World, and these crispy, cheesy mac-stuffed bites are one of the best ways to start your meal. 

Corn Dog Nuggets — Casey’s Corner

After walking down Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom, stop at Casey’s Corner for some corn dog nuggets. Corn dogs are a classic theme park food, but we love this little bite-size option because it’s easy to eat (and you can get them with chili cheese fries). 

Zebra Dome at Disney World

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Zebra Domes — Animal Kingdom Lodge

Found at both Boma and The Mara in Animal Kingdom Lodge, Zebra Domes are a mousse treat topped with white chocolate and drizzled with a zig-zag of milk chocolate for their famous zebra-inspired look. 

Kakigori Shaved Ice — Kabuki Cafe

Located in the Japan pavilion at Epcot, this Japanese shaved ice is topped with flavors such as strawberry, melon, cherry, tangerine, and blue raspberry, and you can get a drizzle of sweet milk. This stand also features alcoholic shaved ice for an adult treat. 

Hei Hei Cone at Disney World

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Hei Hei Cone — Snack Shack

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is home to thrilling slides, a fun lazy river, and one of the more adorable Disney World snacks. The “Moana”-inspired Hei Hei Cone is made of Dole Whip pineapple and raspberry soft serves, so it tastes as good as it looks.

Croque Glace — L'Artisan des Glaces 

Inside the postcard-perfect France pavilion at Epcot, you’ll find this cute shop serving some delightful ice cream creations. Pick a flavor and sauce and have it pressed warm in a brioche bun. 

Charcuterie at Disney World

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Charcuterie Board — Wine Bar George

Served alongside a glass of one of Wine Bar George’s expertly selected wines, this charcuterie board is ideal for a Disney Springs date night.

“Tastes Like Chicken” Because It Is! — Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen 

This Magic Kingdom restaurant captures the adventure and quirk of the famous Jungle Cruise attraction, and it offers dishes inspired by Asian and South American cuisine. This tasty fried chicken dish is served with a sweet chili glaze, rice, and stir-fried vegetables.

Buffalo Cauliflower at Disney World

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Blue Moon Cauliflower — Space 220

Looking for an out-of-this-world dining experience? Space 220 has tons of intergalactically inspired dishes, including these tasty tempura-fried cauliflower served with house-made hot sauce and blue cheese dust. 

Churros — Multiple Locations

Fried dough tossed in cinnamon and sugar — what’s not to love? Disney and churros go together like Mickey and Minnie, so grab one of these sweet snacks from one of the many stands in the theme parks. 

Stack Burger — Steakhouse 71 

Looking for the best burger at Disney World? Head to the Contemporary Resort for lunch at Steakhouse 71, where you can order the Stack Burger with pork belly, American cheese, house-made pickles, and aioli on a brioche bun.

Cheeseburger Pods at Disney World

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Cheeseburger Steamed Pods — Satu’li Canteen

All the goodness of a cheeseburger served in a soft bao bun — what could be better? The pod has ground beef with ketchup, mustard, pickle, and cheddar cheese mixed into one delicious bite. 

Pizza — Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria

Sure, other theme parks might have pizza, but Epcot’s Italy pavilion offers traditional Neapolitan pizza cooked in wood-burning ovens named for Italy’s active volcanoes. 

Waffle at Disney World

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Mickey Waffles — Multiple Locations

Sweet, pillowy, and shaped like everyone’s favorite mouse, Mickey waffles are a Disney breakfast staple. You’ll find them at locations throughout the resort, including at many hotels’ breakfast restaurants. 

Caramel Popcorn — Karamell-Küche

The smell of caramel draws guests into this sweet shop at Epcot’s Germany pavilion. There are plenty of caramel-covered choices here, but the popcorn is one of the best.

Woody Lunch Box Tart at Disney World

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Lunch Box Tart — Woody’s Lunch Box

Woody’s Lunch Box is an all-day dining favorite in Hollywood Studios’ Toy Story-themed land. The Lunch Box Tarts look (and taste) like elevated Pop-Tarts. Keep an eye out for seasonal flavors, especially during the holidays. 

Turkey Legs — Multiple Locations

For some guests, a trip to Disney World isn’t complete without a salty, meaty turkey leg. Thankfully, you can find them at locations throughout the theme parks, making for a great on-the-go lunch option. 

Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup — Le Cellier Steakhouse

It’s cheese soup — need I say more? This starter found at Le Cellier Steakhouse in Epcot’s Canada pavilion has a following thanks to its rich, bacon flavor. 

Cobb Salad at Disney World

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Cobb Salad — The Hollywood Brown Derby

The Hollywood Brown Derby is known for its famous Cobb salad, which makes the perfect lunch or dinner between rides at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It’s crisp and delicious — just make sure to save room for dessert, as this eatery is known for its cakes.

Grapefruit Cake — The Hollywood Brown Derby 

This Hollywood Brown Derby original is made of vanilla cake with grapefruit syrup and wrapped in cream cheese icing for a sweet end to your meal. There’s also a chocolate cake on the menu if you don’t love grapefruit (or if you just want to taste them both).  

Galactic Starcruiser Food at Disney World

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Breakfast Buffet — Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser 

The Galactic Starcruiser, an immersive Star Wars hotel experience, serves up some tasty meals inspired by the galaxy’s many planets. The breakfast buffet offers eye-catching takes on classic breakfast dishes and as much blue milk as you can drink. 

Kitchen Sink Sundae — Beaches & Cream Soda Shop

This over-the-top dessert at Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts serves four with scoops of vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, cookies and cream, and mint chocolate chip ice cream and a mountain of toppings. 

Chicken Tip Yip — Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Classic or spicy sauce-glazed, the Chicken Tip Yip is a delicious option for lunch or dinner at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studios. The fried chicken dish is a crowd-pleaser (and there's a child’s portion of the classic available, too).

Felucian Kefta at Disney World

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Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread— Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

This dish is packed with fresh flavors and features plant-based meatballs, herby hummus, tomato and cucumber relish, and pita for an option everyone will love — meat-eaters included. 

Ronto Wrap — Ronto Roasters

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is packed with tasty food options, and this wrap is a great on-the-go meal with roasted pork, sausage, peppercorn sauce, and slaw wrapped up in pita. There's also a plant-based option with lots of veggies for those who don’t eat meat. 

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