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Hi There!!
This blog is for the Disney food enthusiast.
I go to Walt Disney World several times a year and I love Disney food and I'm sure a lot of people out there do too. So here you'll find pictures, recipes and submissions from all kinds of foods from around Walt Disney World.

I will also answer questions on Disney vacations, resorts, restaurant and parks.
And will post some of my tips as well!

Good Eats! :)

I do not take credit for the pictures i post unless otherwise stated.


Next time…for real this time!


Next time…for real this time!

Treating my mother to dinner here for our vacation. :)

(Source: disneyfoodislove)

Exciting news everyone!! Disney has unveiled the new menu for the Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom, which is part of the Fantasyland Expansion, and will have 3 separate dining rooms that can hold up to 500 guests.

We are still months away from seeing the new expansion but the menu is out! And guests can start making reservations in late August. Lunch will be quick service, with you ordering and paying at the counter and then taking a seat, once your food is ready it is taken to your table. For dinner, it is a table service with delicious French inspired food. Heres a look at the menu:

Lunch menu

  • Tuna Niçoise salad
  • Croque Monsieur sandwich with carved ham, Gruyere cheese, béchamel and pommes frites (French fries)
  • Carved turkey on a warm baguette with Dijon mayonnaise
  • Grilled steak sandwich with garlic butter spread
  • Braised pork
  • Vegetable quiche
  • Quinoa, shallot and chive salad.

Dinner menu

  • Charcuterie plate with cured meats and sausages, mussels steamed in white wine
  • French onion soup
  • Potato leek soup
  • Salad with champagne vinaigrette
  • Salad trio with three mini tastes of roasted beet, raisins and orange; green beans, tomatoes and roasted shallots; and watermelon, radish and mint.


  • Thyme-scented pork rack chop with au gratin pasta
  • Rotisserie rock hen with roasted fingerling potatoes
  • Pan-seared salmon in leek fondue
  • Grilled strip steak with pommes frites
  • Sautéed shrimp and scallops with veggies in puff pastry with creamy lobster sauce
  • Oven-baked ratatouille


  • Cupcakes – Strawberry cream cheese or Triple chocolate
  • Chocolate cream puff and a Passion fruit cream puff.

Kids 9 and under

  • Carved turkey sandwich
  • Roasted pulled pork
  • Mickey meatloaf
  • Seared mahi mahi
  • Whole-grain macaroni topped with marinara and mozzarella


  • Grilled steak
  • Grilled fish of the day
  • Whole-grain macaroni

I’m sure there will be additions to the menu but this looks great! This is definitely something to look forward to!

Anonymous Asked:
Are you sure the fudge bars are at the Bakery and not the Confectionery on Main Street?

My answer:

They actually sell them in both locations! and also in the Boardwalk Bakery…They always have a special i think its buy 5 and get 1 free or something like that.

peter-pan-and-wendy-darling Asked:
I just wanted to say that i LOVE your blog, im going to disney next year and all the pictures of food just make me even more excited! i was wondering though, what is your favourite thing to eat at WDW?

My answer:

haha thanks! I’m actually going next month! :)

My favorite thing to eat?!!? oh man! well i love the chicken tenders that they serve at quick service stations and the fudge bars from the bakery on Main Street in Magic Kingdom! <33333

Anonymous Asked:
Could you review one of the places in magic kingdom, maybe? Tony's Town Square or one of those? Either way, I love your blog! I hope you find something good to review. UuU

My answer:

I’ll look for something in Magic Kingdom. Thanks! :)

Hope everyone had a great weekend!!

I’ve been wanting to do a review but haven’t found the restaurant to do it on…

Any suggestions or request??

dietcokeanddisney Asked:
Hey there!! Absolutely adore your blog, I wish I could eat everything off of it! I'm going to Disney World with my boyfriend in September, and we're a bit on a budget and we're booked on the dining plan. I was just wondering if you knew anywhere romantic we could go for dinner? Have a magical day :) xx

My answer:

Thanks so much!!

Since i don’t know exactly what your budget is i will give you a few options…

Bistro de Paris in EPCOT is incredibly nice! They have a a la carte menu and also a fixed menu and they accept the Disney dining plan. you can try to get a window view for the fireworks or after dinner just step outside to watch them…thats romantic<3.

Artist point in Wilderness Lodge Resort is also a good choice…they used to have a dress code but now its gotten more lenient. A rustic lodge and waterfalls at night with an open fire….has romance written all over it. They also accept Disney Dining plan and reservations are a must!

Also check out Portobello and Paradiso 37 in Downtown Disney…I think they are still romantic as you can sit outside by the lake and have delicious food and drinks but are not signature dining restaurants so you might find little kids running around but its definitely something to look into for a fun night out. Disney dining plan accepted also.

I hope you found this helpful! Remember to do your research and make a reservation!! You can go to the Walt Disney World website and make reservations online and look at pictures of the restaurants to help you choose. There is nothing more upsetting than showing up somewhere and them not take walk-ins or have to wait 2 hours to be seated…it ruins the rest of the plans.

<3 :)