Disney World – What to Know About Secret Menu Items

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Florida - Orlando - Disney World - Secret Menu

Want to learn about Disney World’s secret menu items? Nothing gets your taste buds dripping like a secret! No? Well, you may change your mind after reading about Disney’s Secret Menu Items. 

Yes. That’s right, Disney World actually has several dining locations that offer secret menu items. We’re going to peel back the veneer a bit and let the cat out of the bag – so to speak. So, let’s delve into Dining at Disney World – What to Know About Secret Menu Items. 

Disney’s Magic Kingdom 

Magic Kingdom has a few secret menu items. You should ask for them by name. Below we’ll reveal them: 

Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen 

  • Pao de Queijo – this is an addictive Brazilian-style cheese bread served with chimichurri cream cheese at Skipper Canteen. As for the real Brazilian Cheese Bread – you can get some of that at the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. 
  • Pork Satay Skewers – this is grilled pork coated in a succulent soy-ginger sauce alongside a slaw made with lettuce, carrots, and pickled onion. 
  • Cerulean Blue Sangria – a Riesling white wine with hints of orange. 
  • Passion Fruit Sangria – a drink made from passion fruit, pineapple, and Prosecco 
  • Frosty Pineapple – this drink is a Prosecco wine infused with hints of pineapple and apple. 

Spring Roll Wagon 

Notably, with the Spring Roll Wagon some items may not be so much secret as a secret enhancement. For instance, there is a sauce that is not on the menu. This dipping sauce is like an aioli. So, ask for the secret sauce.  

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EPCOT 

Rose & Crown Dining Room 

  • Christmas Pudding – this secret dessert is a plant-based pudding. 

Refreshment Outpost 

  • Frozen Brown Elephant – this frozen concoction is a mix of Coca-Cola with milk and Amarula Liqueur. 

La Cava del Tequila 

  • Virgin Colada – a gentler version of the traditional drink.  

Disney’s Animal Kingdom 

Animal Kingdom has a few secret offerings to choose from.  

Restaurantosaurus  

  • Scotch Egg – if you’re a Disney World Annual Passholder, ask if the Scotch Egg is on the menu. 
  • Raspberry Fizz  Cocktail – this is made with Bacardi Raspberry, Sprite, and cranberry juice and topped with a strawberry. 
  • Tealasaurus – Made with Buffalo Trace Bourbon Whiskey with blue curaçao, triple sec, lemon juice, and lemonade. 

Disney’s Hollywood Studios 

Kat Saka’s Kettle 

Located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Kat Saka’s Kettle offers a special popcorn mix to those that ask the secret phrase, “Have you seen a mouse?” 

  • Specialty Popcorn Bucket – Located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Kat Saka’s Kettle offers a special popcorn mix to those that ask the secret phrase, “Have you seen a mouse?” 
  • Spiked PB&J Milkshake – This is a popular menu item when served sans alcohol. Shhh. The alcohol is a secret. 

Still planning your Disney trip? Be sure and check out our article on How to Get the Most Out of Disney’s Epcot as well as our Guide to Disney’s Jollywood Nights at Hollywood Studios Orlando.  

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