Favorite/Best food at CS in the World Showcase?

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  1. pooh2001

    pooh2001 been there, done that, TRYING to go back

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    What CS food do you like to eat in the World Showcase, non-alcoholic ?

    The only CS we have done is Germany for hot dogs and pretzels.
    This was back in 2007.

    :)I am sure menu's have changed since then.

    Where and what do you like to eat at CS 'around the world'?

    Thanks for all your suggestions! :thumbsup2
     
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  3. lililoo12

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  4. Piglet54

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    Morocco's Tangierine Cafe. The Lamb shawarma platter is great. Love the baklava.
     
  5. Pakey

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    I have to go with Tangierine Cafe also. I think the platter meals are better than many of the TS places at WDW.
     
  6. Ro Z

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    I do love those hot dogs in Germany! Lol. But the nachos in Mexico are my favs right now. I tend to get on a roll and thats all I want for a while, so maybe I will have a differant answer after my next trip!:flower3:
     
  7. amypetecar

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    Tangerine cafe
     
  8. BriarRosie

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    I split the schwarma combo platter (with both chicken and lamb) at Tangierine Cafe a month ago, and the lamb was a bit dry. The last time prior to that visit, same thing. I'm used to moister gyros lamb at places in my neighborhood, so I really would recommend the chicken schwarma. It wasn't dry like the lamb.
     
  9. angelbear425

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    I agree. It's delicious!
     
  10. Angeejoe

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    We liked the QS in Mexico, and loved sitting outside on their covered patio & watching boats out on lake!
     
  11. Kimosabe

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    One more vote for Tangierine Cafe -- I love gyros, so I got the lamb wrap (Shawarma in wrap form, I guess), and it was really, really good. We were snacking around the world, so that was my stop, as DW, DD10 and DD8 are not usually too keen on trying anything too exotic and I figured I'd never be able to get them into the actual TS restaurant. However, they all took a bite and also liked it!

    The bakery in France is also a nice option if looking for something a little smaller like a ham and cheese croissant (or another delicious ham and cheese thing that we got that resembled a french bread pizza).
     
  12. wiigirl

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    Another vote for Tangerine cafe...:thumbsup2
     
  13. danicaca

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    The Kringla Og Bakery in Norway - I have been dreaming of the ham and jarlsburg cheese sandwiches, lefse, kringla, cloud horns, and school bread...
     
  14. parkhopping

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    Another Tangierine lover here! La Cantina is great as well, and I love the Patisserie in France (although I haven't been since the refurb).
     
  15. AlohaAnnie

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    Yorkshire Fish Shop - Been dreaming of fish and chips

    Cantina - Nachos

    France bakery - can't wait to try it now that it has expanded and we will not be on the dining plan. It was so small before and it was hard to communicate with the workers. This is just my experience.

    Tangerine Cafe - vegetable platter

    Joy of Tea - Egg rolls and Mango Green Tea Slush

    :goodvibes
     
  16. Herfnerd

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    Wanted to do Tangerine but wife wanted Cantina de San Angel - shoulda stuck with my choice....... ick.....
     
  17. JennaDeeDooDah

    JennaDeeDooDah My oh my what a wonderful day!

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    Another vote for Tangerine Cafe. I have yet to have a bad experience there. My favorite is the lamb wrap but everything I have had was good and I would get again. The staff has always been wonderfully nice and friendly, as well.



    Honorable mention likely goes to Cantina de San Angel. I liked the menu a lot more before they changed it, though. I liked the wet burrito, but they also had a combination plate that had a taco, burrito, and quesadilla which was great for sharing. The menu isn't as extensive anymore, but still has some good food on it.
     
  18. goofyintoronto

    goofyintoronto I really wanted to like it, but I didnt.

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    :goodvibesI looove the france bakery. Love the sandwiches and pastries. So yummy!
     
  19. tink_n_pooh

    tink_n_pooh <font color=darkorchid>my TP isn't going anywhere.

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    We don't do a lot of CS in WS but when we do it is in either the American or Chinese pavilions, simple stuff
     
  20. MichiganDVC

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    Another vote for Tangierine cafe - We split the Chicken Shawarma platter (ask for additional piece of bread to make two little sandwiches).

    Another vote for La Cantina - Nachos and Churros. The food is good...some would compare to Taco Bell, but I come for the quick, delicious meal AND THE VIEW!

    Darkhorse candidate: Japan's Katsura Grill. Its all tucked away in teh back behind the koi ponds and gardens. Its a nice place to go to get away from crowds and the food is great! Udon dishes, Teriyaki dishes, sushi, etc...
     
  21. wdwpirates

    wdwpirates Don't lose ya soul cuz it's all ya got. - DH

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    Yorkshire County Fish Shop - Great Fish 'n Chips!

    La Cantina - I enjoy the Tacos de Pollo and the Nachos

    Boulangerie Patisserie - BAGUETTES!
     

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