7 Unique Snacks To Try At EPCOT’s World Showcase

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EPCOT’s  World Showcase is a wonderful appreciation of world cultures. Featuring 11 pavilions representing countries throughout the world, World Showcase is a great way to experience different sights, sounds, and foods from other countries. Snacking around the world is a fun way to experience World Showcase, and with so many options it can be hard to decide what to try. Here are just 7 of our favorite unique snacks to try at EPCOT’s World Showcase.

1. School Bread – Norway

My family’s favorite place to stop for a breakfast snack in all of Disney World is Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in Norway for some School Bread. School bread is a unique pastry consisting of a sweet roll that is filled with custard and topped in crispy coconut shavings. Pair this snack with a Viking Coffee and you’ll be ready for a full day of exploring World Showcase!

School Bread
School Bread. Photo: Disney.

2. Maple Popcorn – Canada

When you think of unique snacks, you might not have Canadian snacks on your radar. But within the Canada pavilion is the Popcorn in Canada stand which serves Maple Popcorn. What is more unique to Canada than maple syrup? This is a salty, sweet, and crunchy snack that shouldn’t be skipped.

Canada EPCOT
Canada Pavilion. Photo: Emily Murray.

3. Kakigori – Japan

This Japanese sweet treat will definitely have you coming back for more. At Kabuki Cafe in the Japan pavilion guests can try Kakigori, or Japanese shaved ice. This shaved ice comes in a variety of flavors such as melon, cherry, and tangerine, and can also come with a sweet milk topping. Other unique options at Kabuki Cafe include a sake slushie, chilled edamame, and several sushi rolls.

Kakigori. Photo: Disney.

4. Burnt End Fries – America

The America pavilion is not short of unique snack opportunities! Regal Eagle Smokehouse in the American Adventure pavilion is home to one of my favorite world showcase snacks: Loaded Burnt End Fries. Seasoned fries topped with burnt ends, mac & cheese, and even beer battered onion rings makes for a filling snack that can be shared or eaten as a meal. Pair this snack with one of the many domestic beers or ales that Regal Eagle has on tap!

EPCOT America Pavilion
America Pavilion. Photo: Emily Murray.

5. Avocado Margarita – Mexico

Who says drinks don’t count as snacks? Inside the Mexico pavilion you’ll find La Cava Del Tequila, a bar serving over 200 varieties of Mexican tequilas and specialty margaritas unlike anything you’ve ever tasted before. The avocado margarita, known as La Cava Avocado, includes Tromba blanco tequila, melon liqueur, fresh avocado, and lime juice, rimmed with hibiscus salt. This margarita is a fan-favorite, but there are several other unique varieties of margarita served here as well such as the Blood Orange margarita and the El Diablo.

Avocado Margarita
Avocado Margarita! Photo: Megan Woodard

6. Baklava – Morocco

You can find a unique sweet treat at Oasis Sweet & Sips in Morocco. Baklava in many flavors is served here as well as a variety of specialty beverages. Pastry assortments include pistachio baklava, almond crescent cookies, anise fekkas, and more. Try out a unique beverage with your dessert as well like the frozen mint tea with gin or the blood orange mimosa!

Oasis Sweets and Sips
Baklava and Assorted Moroccan Pastries at Oasis Sweet & Sips. Photo: Disney

7. Ice Cream – China

Wanting something a bit more unique than simple ice cream? Lotus Blossom Cafe in the China pavilion serves up delicious frozen desserts in flavors you may have never tried before! Ice cream here is offered in both caramel-ginger flavor and lychee. This is a great snack to try when you need a unique cold treat. Pair your dessert with some orange chicken or egg rolls for a wonderful meal!

Reflections of China
Reflections of China Building. Photo: Emily Murray.

What is your favorite snack to enjoy at World Showcase? Let us know in the comments below!

Featured Photo: Emily Murray.

Written by

Megan Woodard

Contributing Writer

Megan was born into a Disney family. Her first trip to Disney World was when she was only 18 months old. Now as an adult, Megan loves to share the magic of Disney with her two toddlers. Keeping up with Disney news and Disney World knowledge is a fun hobby for Megan. Disney World is her favorite place to be and continuously brings back her childhood joy.

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