In their latest Best Bites article, the Disney Parks Blog has shared some new food options from around the Walt Disney World Resort!

At the Rose & Crown Pub in the United Kingdom Pavilion at Epcot, guests will find a new menu item called British Butty (pictured above) for $10. This unique dish offers your choice of chips (fries), bacon, or banger (sausage) served on a brioche roll with crisps (potato chips) and house-made pickled onions.


Breakfast options are now available at Pongu Pongu in Pandora – The World of Avatar. New options include a chocolate-stuffed brioche, colorful coffee cake, the ever-popular pineapple Lumpia, and a Wolf Paw cinnamon bun topped with almonds.

Creature Comforts at Disney’s Animal Kingdom is offering, two all-new sandwiches. The first is a roast beef sandwich with rosemary mayonnaise, Comté cheese, lettuce and tomato served on ciabatta bread for $. The second is a tasty chicken salad sandwich with apples, dried cherries, lettuce, and tomato served on a croissant.


Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen in Adventureland at Magic Kingdom Park recently added a few new items to their menu. The first item is said to be a favorite of Pamela Perkins, the President of the former Adventurers Club. The Perkins Thai Noodles dish is made with chicken, tofu, seasonal vegetables, and rice noodles then tossed in a spicy soy-chili-garlic sauce and is priced at $22.


The “A Lot at Steak” Salad! (no, that’s not a typo!) comes with grilled steak, romaine lettuce, Spring mix, pickled jalapeños, red onion, queso fresco, and pumpkin seeds tossed in a chimichurri vinaigrette and priced at $19.


The last dish is the Baa Baa Berber Lamb Chops; berbere-spiced lamb chops with roasted carrot purée and arugula-cauliflower salad tossed in a citrus vinaigrette for $28.

Over in Frontierland, Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe is now offering a trio of tacos for $9.99. Guests can choose from seasoned ground beef, seasoned chicken, spicy beef, or the brand new spicy cauliflower. The new lightly-breaded cauliflower comes with pineapple salsa and a five-spice yogurt. The tacos in this trio are served in flour tortillas and include a trip to the famous fixin’s bar.


We told you earlier this month about special holiday offerings in the parks, and a few additional special items have just been added to select locations in Magic Kingdom Park just for the holiday season:


  • December’s Hot Dog of the Month at Casey’s Corner is the Hot Diggity Holiday Hot Dog served with cranberry coleslaw and pulled pork for $10.99.
  • Columbia Harbour House is offering a holiday salad with turkey, bacon bits, cheese, cranberries, onions, tomatoes, and a cranberry vinaigrette for $8.79 as well as Fa La La Fondant Fries – fries topped with cinnamon sugar and red and green fondant for $4.29.
  • At Pinocchio Village Haus, guests can enjoy a special Holiday Festival Flatbread with roasted turkey, cheese, stuffing, cranberry BBQ sauce, and gravy for $11.99.
  • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café is now serving a Bahumburger with angus beef, cornbread stuffing, and a special Scrooge Sauce cranberry aioli for $13.99.

Bon Appétit!

Source: Disney Parks Blog