Yes my Disney family, eat around the world. Accomplish this feat in only one day. This is exactly what I did on my most recent adventure to Epcot. My kids and I went with only one thing on our minds; food. We prepared ourselves with a chewable Pepto Bismol tablet before enduring on our food fiasco. We didn’t want anything to stop us from having each country in our bellies. Let me tell you that this was the most fun we’ve had at a Disney park yet! Inhaling a bit of every country one plate at a time. Everything we ate was shared between my family and I to make sure that we had enough room for everything.
We begin the fun in Mexico. La Cantina De San Angel is where it’s at on your first stop. Grab a margarita for the older folks and a large soda for each of your bundles of joy. I suggest that they keep these drinks with them so your wallet doesn’t have to keep puking money for even more expensive drinks. Once you have gained the nutrients from their greasy, but delicious tacos you gently stroll with your family to Norway and go to Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe to have some of their smooth rice cream which is rice pudding with a silky strawberry glaze. Once the sugar rush kicks in you could try some of their heavenly chocolate mousse cake to give you that extra boost for your next stop. Next on this highly disorganized map is China with its scrumcious egg rolls. One per person will definitely hit the spot. Now it’s time for Germany and what would this visit be without any wine tasting? My wine of preference would be the soft and fruity Diva. In the Germany Pavilion you must try the tasty apple strudel and a meaty bratwurst. Don’t forget the saurkraut and mustard! It’s time to get on your magical gondola and row with your family to Italy. The place to eat at is Via Napoli with its authentic Neapolitan pizza.
In the good ole USA get ready to get messy with some funnel cake. When you’re done with your funnel cakes get ready to do some massive pigging out on exotic candy from Japan. In the Mitsukoshi department store they have a large selection of candy to choose from. I suggest picking up one of each kind. I’m just kidding! That would be very expensive, but if you can afford it then buy your ticket into sugar heaven. Some of my favorites include Pocky which are thin sticks dipped in chocolate and Hi-Chew which are fruit chewable candies. Now it’s time to hydrate yourselves with some tasty H2O and give that stretched tummy a rest. Walk around, take some pics and when that tummy screams “I need nourishment!” head over to Morocco. In Morocco you’re going to want to go to the restaurant Mearrakesh and have some flavor filled lamb shank. Run, not too quickly though or you’ll hurl, over to France to go to Boulangerie Patisserie for their chocolate mousse, warm croissants filled with ham and cheese and creme brulee. After you’ve recovered from this second sugar rush it’s time to grab some amazing fish and chips from the United Kingdom while listening to the Beatles. It’ll feel like John Lennon is sitting with you enjoying his own music with you. When you’re done don’t forget to take pictures with Pooh and Tiger who visit the United Kingdom a lot. You can finish your eating journey in Canada at the Le Cellier Steakhouse. The best dish in the house is the bone in ribeye with potatoe wedges.
Even though that’s a lot of food sharing each dish with a couple of friends you will be able to conquer all these dishes without a tummy ache in one day. Enjoy!