Snacking Around the World
A guide to the best snacks in Epcot for your next crawl.
While drinking around the world attracts most Disney adults to Epcot, snacking around the world is just as fun! So whether you plan to spend the day indulging in exotic treats, or want to try a few delicacies throughout your trip, here’s our guide to Snacking Around the World.
The snacks on this list range from $2.50 to $11.75. If you were to purchase one of everything on this list, your total would be around $75.
The majority are sweet options, so you may want to jump around rather than do a clockwise/counterclockwise crawl.
If you’re going to skip any countries because you’re full or want to save money, Canada, the UK, and the U.S. have the least amount of options.
Snack: Maple Popcorn
Place: Popcorn in Canada
The options in Canada are limited outside of Le Cellier Steakhouse. We recommend starting in this direction (contrary to drinking around the world for which we recommend the opposite: starting in Mexico). The Maple Popcorn is a sweet alternative to regular Disney popcorn.
The United Kingdom
Place: Yorkshire County Fish Shop
While this isn’t officially on the menu you can order it separately. These steak fries are not like the generic ones found at all the quick-service restaurants on property, and having something salty is a nice break from the sweet stuff.
Snack: Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich
Place: L’Artisan des Glaces
You can get the richest and most decadent pastries at Les Halles, but the macaron ice cream sandwich is not something we’ve had anywhere else (even in actual France!). It comes in chocolate as well as seasonal flavors and is adorned with the cutest French newspaper wrapping.
Place: Kabuki Café
Price: $5.50 for regular, $7.00 with a sweet topping
This Japanese shaved ice is the perfect way to cool yourself off from the Florida sun. It comes in a rainbow, strawberry, melon, cherry, tangerine, or blue raspberry flavor, and spending the extra money for the sweet milk topping is totally worth it.
Snack: Pastry Assortment
Place: Oasis Sweets & Sips
Price: $2.50/pastry or 3 for $6.50
These pastries are not only cheap but pair perfectly with coffee. Choose from options like the Pistachio Baklava, Almond Crescent Cookie, or Sesame Koulouria and you won’t be disappointed.
Snack: Funnel Cake
Place: Funnel Cake Stand
Price: $10.00 for powdered sugar / $13.50 with ice cream
While funnel cakes aren’t unique to Epcot, they are made fresh. The one with vanilla ice cream is divine. However, if this is a stop in the middle of snacking around the world, the funnel cake with powdered sugar will hit just as hard.
Snack: “Affogato” Espresso Gelato
Place: La Gelateria Toscana
This tastes as good as it looks: It’s fresh, Italian espresso poured over vanilla gelato and garnished with two Mickey ear amaretto cookies. Yum!
Snack: Jumbo Pretzel
Yes, Mickey Pretzels are the OG Disney snack pretzel, but when it comes to flavor, you won’t find a better pretzel than this one. It’s huge, fluffy, and the saltiness in between sweets is much needed.
Snack: Chicken Potstickers
Place: Lotus Blossom Café
For a savory offering, these chicken potstickers are just right and served with a side of soy sauce.
Place: Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe
School bread is the talk of the town, but most people find it to be mid. This simpler offering is just a flatbread with sugar, butter, and cinnamon. And it’s a quick option to get on the go.
Snack: Churro Bites
Place: La Cantina de San Angel
Everyone knows that Disney World churros don’t hit as hard as the ones at Disneyland. But these mini bites, served with chocolate hazelnut spread, are a pretty close second.
If you made it this far, grab some international sodas at Club Cool and cheers/santé/prost/cin cin/salud because you just snacked around the world!