Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Got Muchness, Mar 15, 2010.
Orange Chicken from China.
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food: Leek Soup at Biergarten
drink: Beverly (no EPCOT experience is complete without it!)
dessert: Green tea pudding at Tokyo Dining
OMG - I was soooo thinking the same thing. Last trip to Epcot - we ate. This next trip - we DRINK! I'll have to still eat just so I stay sober!!
Grey Goose Slush from France, English Rose drink from Rose and Crown and a Margarita from anywhere.
A pretzel in Germany
Grey Goose Slush AND Grand Mariner Slush
Is it me, or don't the Dole Whip's taste better at Poly than at MK??? (sorry, I know this is an Epcot thread!)
So when my DH and I honeymooned in Disney almost 14 years ago
We ate at San Angels and had a fabulous appetizer. DH loved it soo much, every time we have gone back he has gone there to see if they had brought it back. ( it was gone the very next year )
It was some cheese/sausage/soft tortilias....sigh
Anyhow, that would be his one item, as for me I can't possibly pick just one!
France-grand marnier orange slush
Germany-lossburg lemonade (my new fav alcohol drink)
Can someone describe a napoleon for me?
Every trip I have to have something from the bakery in France (it doesn't matter what I have, there isn't a bad item on the menu ). My husband and I just discovered the school bread in Norway on our last trip, so one more thing we're going to eat each trip.
Just the kids and I (I have older kids as you can see from my sig) went for the weekend for my 45th birthday a couple of years ago and they seemed to think it was a great idea to encourage their mother to stay tipsy the entire afternoon. It doesn't take much for me, but I had the champagne & maybe pomegranate? cocktail in France, wine in Italy, a margarita in Mexico . . . after that I don't remember . . . j/k; it was fun.
And if your question hasn't already been answered, yes, most of the things mentioned are counter service.
My must-have is something from the bakery in France. Yum!
It's hard to choose
Grey Goose Citron Slushie
Creme Brulee from Boulangerie Patisserie
Grey Goose Citron Slushie.
And a 'rita from the new tequilla ditch. That was yummy.
Margarita from Mexico
calamari from Italy
Margarita from Mexico
Cheddar Cheese soup-LeCellier
Did I mention a Margarita from Mexico?
For me a Kaki Gori (or 2!)
Grey Goose Slushie!
Churro Churro Churro
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