First, we stopped at Waffle House for breakfast one morning while driving to Disney. And of course, I had to have the traditional waffle.
Technically not in Disney World, but it was so good, I had to take a picture!
Hands down the best food we ate was in the Magic Kingdom at Liberty Tree Tavern. It was so, so good!
They served us pork loin, roast beef, and turkey with stuffing, rolls, green beans, gravy, mashed potatoes, and a steamed squash and zucchini dish.
Runner up to first place was Akershus Royal Banquet Hall at the Norway Pavilion in Epcot. I had meatballs, mashed potatoes, green beans, and a delicious pastry covered in berries and stuffed with mascarpone cheese for dessert.
Sorry I didn’t get a picture of the dessert, but it wasn’t on the plate long enough!
On our way out the Magic Kingdom, we stopped by the Main Street Bakery and picked up pastries for breakfast the next morning.
Pictured are the chocolate croissants and the cinnamon rolls, which should be illegal for their size and deliciousness!
Last but not least, while everyone else was enjoying fish and chips in Great Britain, Preacher Man and I decided to be a bit exotic and eat at the Tangerine Café in Morocco at Epcot. Preacher Man was more exotic than I. He got the sampler platter with lamb, chicken, hummus, and couscous.
I ate his hummus, though! J
I had a Morrocan Kefta Sandwich, which is basically a hamburger in pita bread with a pico de gallo (I know it’s not a Moroccan food, but that’s what it looked and tasted like!) topping.
I also know that it was really, really good!
Walking all over the parks were my hips’ best friend while eating all of this delicious food in the tree house,