Epcot - French Food
Food,  Travel

Foodie Diary: Disney/Universal

I hope you’re not sick of my travel posts yet, but this is my last one and then it’s back to regular programming! This post has photos of all the food I ate while on vacation last week. Well, relevant food that is – I didn’t think it necessary to post my continental breakfast every day!

I’m not going to go in to much detail on each meal because that would take forever, but I will link to the restaurant and tell you the name of each dish!

Disney Springs

For dinner in Disney Springs the first night we got to Florida, my family and I went to Frontera Cocina, a Mexican restaurant.

We got chips & salsa, guacamole with bacon and chips, and Chicken Flautas. I ordered the Red Chile Chicken Enchilada for my entree. A few of us shared the Pecan Bar for dessert.

Animal Kingdom & Hollywood Studios

The next day, we headed to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. We ate at the Santu’li Canteen both for a mid-morning snack and lunch which is in the Pandora section of the park. We had wanted to eat there in the morning and then eat elsewhere for lunch, but it was hard to find anywhere to sit in other parts of the park at lunch time and Santu’li Canteen has plenty of seating and since we enjoyed the food earlier in the day we didn’t mind going back there for lunch.

For our morning snack, a few of us shared the Chili-Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu Bowl and the Vegetable Steamed Curry Pods.

For lunch I got the Chopped Wood Grilled Chicken Bowl.

Satu'li Canteen - Chopped Wood-Grilled Chicken Bowl
For dinner we were at Hollywood Studios and ate at the Sci-Fi Dine-in Theater and I got the Caprese Sandwich. Excuse the weird lighting, it was a pretend drive-in theater so it was dimly lit and I had to have my little cousin shine her cell phone flashlight on my sandwich!

My Starbucks mocha frappuchino isn’t really a food, but I had to include a picture because they have special Disney cups with the cutest print!

Disney Starbucks Plastic Cups

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater - Caprese Sandwich


In Epcot we tried to eat in as many countries as possible without getting too full because we had an early-ish dinner reservation. We got all the food from the kiosks in the different countries and ordered things to share. So let’s break it down by country.

In China, we got dumplings, spring rolls, roast pork and rice, and buns.

Epcot - Chinese food

In Germany, we shared a fondue and saurbraten, spaetzle, and red cabbage.

Epcot - German Food

In Italy, we shared the pasta carbonara.

Epcot - Italian Food

In Japan, I shared the spicy rolls with my brother while some of the others got soba noodles (which I didn’t photograph).

Epcot - Japanese Food

In France, a few of us got crepes and other desserts. I shared the chocolate crepes.

Epcot - French Food

For dinner, we headed over by boat to the Boardwalk for dinner. We ate at Flying Fish for dinner. I got the Mile Zero Shrimp Cocktail and the Buttermilk Marinated Green Circle Chicken. For dessert, a few of us shared the Florida Reef which is a lemon tart with toasted meringue, Florida citrus salad, and Ruby Red Grapefruit Sorbet.


Magic Kingdom

For lunch at the Magic Kingdom we went to Be Our Guest. I got the French Onion Soup, Croque Monsieur, and The Master’s Cupcake for dessert. The cupcake featured “the grey stuff”!

During the day we snacked on pretzels (no pictured), multiple buckets of popcorn and dole whip!

For dinner we ate at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe for a quick meal. We shared nachos and tacos.

Universal Studios

For our day at Universal Studios (Parts 1 and 2 of my visit if you missed them) we ate breakfast and lunch at Wizarding World of Harry Potter. For breakfast we ate at Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade. I got the American Breakfast which consisted of scrambled eggs, a croissant, potatoes, bacon, and sausage.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Three Broomsticks - American Breakfast

For lunch, we were in Diagon Alley and ate at Leaky Cauldron. I got the Cottage Pie and Lemon Squash drink, which tasted pretty much like lemonade.

Lastly, after a long day we had a late dinner at Red Oven Pizza Bakery in the CityWalk area outside the entrance before heading out.

Universal CityWalk - Red Oven Pizza Bakery
That wraps up (almost) everything I ate last week in Florida. I hope this post didn’t make you too hungry! And if you have any questions about any of the places I ate at or any of the food just leave a comment below!

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  • TheMakeupCase17

    Ok I’m hungry now. LOL!

    At Epcot I love eating at Tangerine Cafe in Morocco. Their shawarma is pretty good. I also like the curry chicken & udon noodle bowls at Katsura Grill in Japan. And I love the fish & chips window in the UK.

    We ate at Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs last summer and it was so good. We want to sit at the sushi bar next time. I like Blaze Pizza & D-Luxe Burger there too.

    I haven’t been to any of the Universal parks since 2010 but I ate at Toothsome Chocolate Factoet & Savory Feast Kitchen at CityWalk a little over a year ago and really enjoyed that. I want to try CowFish sometime.

    • lifeaccordingtojamie

      I ate at Tangerine Cafe last time I was at Disney a few years ago and really liked it! I didn’t get the fish & chips in the UK but my cousins, dad, and brother did and loved it. I want to eat at Morimoto! Those of us who didn’t go to Universal that day ate at Morimoto and I was so jealous!

      • TheMakeupCase17

        Morimoto is not cheap. Dinner for just myself and my boyfriend was over $100. Yikes! But it was for my birthday and we wanted one super nice meal during our trip and it was worth it.

      • lifeaccordingtojamie

        What a great birthday meal! My cousin and her daughter got a reservation for lunch while I was at Universal and my parents went that night for dinner but didn’t have a reservation but got food from the Street Food section and still enjoyed the food.

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