Name Your Top Epcot Quick Bites, Sips, and Snacks!

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Name Your Top Epcot Quick Bites, Sips, and Snacks!

I've got a few hours to kill in Epcot on my upcoming trip. What should I eat? I have a lunch reservation for Spice Road Table, but where else should I grab a bite? What a the best snacks and munchies around Epcot?

They don't have to be things you eat there either, if you have a favorite packaged snack from world showcase let me know and maybe I'll give it a try! The only caveat - I don't eat seafood.

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Funnel cake from the American experience stand.

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Grey Goose Slushy for sure!

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Anything from France, I personally loved the lemon and raspberry macaroon. It was one of the menus that was more of a to do list biggrin

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You MUST have a croissant donut (cronut) from The Refreshment Port.

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JanJ wrote:
You MUST have a croissant donut (cronut) from The Refreshment Port.

JanJ wrote:
You MUST have a croissant donut (cronut) from The Refreshment Port.

I agree totally.

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JanJ wrote:
You MUST have a croissant donut (cronut) from The Refreshment Port.

OK, I'm down for that one. Remind me where exactly the refreshment port is?

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Brinbunny wrote:
Anything from France, I personally loved the lemon and raspberry macaroon. It was one of the menus that was more of a to do list biggrin

That sounds delish! Is that from Les Halles?

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Kristen K. wrote:
JanJ wrote:
You MUST have a croissant donut (cronut) from The Refreshment Port.

OK, I'm down for that one. Remind me where exactly the refreshment port is?

Go right towards Canada once you enter the World Showcase and its there on your right.

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Refreshment Port use to be a McDonalds french fry spot if you are familar with that. From the enterance to world showcase it is on your right as you turn to Canada.

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awesome awesome
Got it!

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I love the pretzels and Nudel Gratin from Sommerfest in Germany. We also love the egg rolls in China, a ham and cheese croissant in France and the croissant donut.

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Egg rolls from the Joy of Tea stand. We get those even when we're at Food and Wine.

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Kristen K. wrote:
Brinbunny wrote:
Anything from France, I personally loved the lemon and raspberry macaroon. It was one of the menus that was more of a to do list biggrin

That sounds delish! Is that from Les Halles?

Sure is, I broke my QS rule for that place (I planned never to eat in the same place twice)

Another awesome treat was the sea salted caramel from Karamel kuche.

Lucky I am getting my Disney sugar fix soon (popping in to the soda fountain in LA) as this thread is making me hungry.

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Kris1971 wrote:
Grey Goose Slushy for sure!

awesome

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I like the chocolate macaron ice cream sandwich from France. Pocky from Japan is a good take home snack. And basically anything from the caramel store in Germany awesome

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JanJ wrote:
Kristen K. wrote:
JanJ wrote:
You MUST have a croissant donut (cronut) from The Refreshment Port.

OK, I'm down for that one. Remind me where exactly the refreshment port is?

Go right towards Canada once you enter the World Showcase and its there on your right.

Right next to the bathrooms.

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Croissant doughnut for sure! I like to be there when they first open to ensure I get a nice hot one!

Grand Marnier Slush in France, delish and a MUST have every single time I go!

The Troll Horn in Norway, at the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe. I've never had the school bread and some day... MAYBE I will skip the horn and try it. Or maybe just get both...

Great, now I am hungry. At least Epcot is on on plans for post race Friday, I can refuel! laugh

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MrHub wrote:
JanJ wrote:
Kristen K. wrote:
JanJ wrote:
You MUST have a croissant donut (cronut) from The Refreshment Port.

OK, I'm down for that one. Remind me where exactly the refreshment port is?

Go right towards Canada once you enter the World Showcase and its there on your right.

Right next to the bathrooms.

The tiniest bathrooms in ALL of WDW.

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Spook wrote:
I like the chocolate macaron ice cream sandwich from France. Pocky from Japan is a good take home snack. And basically anything from the caramel store in Germany awesome

I have "cute snacks" from Japan on my list, my kids love Pocky though.

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I used to be super jazzed about the Pocky...then I discovered that we have them at Wegmans. Funny how I have no interest in buying them now that I know they're readily available. There's a little extra magic to Disney-only food. silly

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I used to be super jazzed about the Pocky...then I discovered that we have them at Wegmans. Funny how I have no interest in buying them now that I know they're readily available. There's a little extra magic to Disney-only food. silly

LOL! laugh

That's so funny! But you're right.

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Kristen K. wrote:
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I used to be super jazzed about the Pocky...then I discovered that we have them at Wegmans. Funny how I have no interest in buying them now that I know they're readily available. There's a little extra magic to Disney-only food. silly

LOL! laugh

That's so funny! But you're right.

We have the regular ones but I noticed last trip they have different ones! We got coconut and I forget what the others were now. Looked good though mickey

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Vettelover wrote:
MrHub wrote:
JanJ wrote:
Kristen K. wrote:
JanJ wrote:
You MUST have a croissant donut (cronut) from The Refreshment Port.

OK, I'm down for that one. Remind me where exactly the refreshment port is?

Go right towards Canada once you enter the World Showcase and its there on your right.

Right next to the bathrooms.

The tiniest bathrooms in ALL of WDW.

Exactly! The size of various restrooms could be a topic in itself. It surprises me that not all restrooms are huge given the number of people the parks are designed to handle. When guys have to line up to pee, you know it's too small. LOL.

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My trip through the world showcase includes School bread when ever possible.

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Gray goose slushy from France and anything from the bakery in France. I love the cheese empanadas from Mexico. Oh and I love the caramel popcorn from Germany.

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Basically anything from Japan--I love Hi Chew and the Hello Kitty Strawberry Marshmallows. Usually I'd say Caramel Apple from Germany, but to be honest, I was a little bit disappointed in mine on Monday. Also as will be documented in my upcoming trip report, the Flautas are now gone from La Cantina. sad The churros remain in tact with caramel sauce. I'm also a macaroon ice cream sandwich fan and I love the gelato stand.

When are you going, Kristen?

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Yes, Hi-Chew from Japan is great! I'm eating one right now in fact.

And if you say it fast and loud in public, you'll usually get a "bless you" from someone. laugh

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alicemouse wrote:
When are you going, Kristen?

I'll be there in May 3, 4, & 5

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