Magic Kingdom is serving up several new food items! Come check out all the new changes.
New Menu Items at Disney World
Several new restaurants are reopening at Disney World like El Mercado de Coronado and Woody’s Lunchbox. Over at Magic Kingdom Guests can enjoy the recently reopened Crystal Palace and Tomorrowland Terrace. Both have fresh menus so be sure to click on those links to check them out! If you are a fan of Columbia Harbor House definitely be sure to check out the new menu at Tomorrowland Terrace!
We sure are excited about the new food options rolling out just in time for the holidays!
In preparation for the most wonderful time of the year, the most magical place on Earth has some new food options at our favorite places. From December 20, 2020 to January 2, 2021 the following NEW BREAKFAST items will be available:
Donut holes; Egg & Bacon Croissant breakfast sandwich – available at Westward Ho from park opening until 11 am.
Donut holes; Egg & Bacon Croissant breakfast sandwich: Tots & Sausage Gravy – available at Friar’s Nook from park opening until 11 am
Egg & Bacon Croissant breakfast sandwich – available at Lunching Pad from park opening until 11 am. You can also find Cheshire Cat Tails at Lunching Pad. However, those are available all day long! Add that to your Magic Kingdom snack bucket list!
Other New Items
A delicious Braised Lamb Shank with Cannellini Bean Ragoût, Caramelized Pickled Shallots, and Herbed Panko Breadcrumbs is now on the menu at Cinderella’s Royal Table. An entrée fit for royalty! I recently had the opportunity to dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table and weighed in on whether or not the meal was still worth the price without princesses. You can read about that HERE.
Over at Crystal Palace, we shared the new appetizers, entreess and desserts available since the restaurant is no longer buffet but family-style! We now have a sneak peek of the entrees and desserts!
Guests can end their meal with Seasonal Fritters with Powdered Sugar and Chocolate Dipping Sauce, Banana Cream Pie, Hummingbird Cake, and Honey of a Cupcake. Yum! Strawberry Shortcake is the plant-based option and available upon request.
There are so many seasonal desserts to snack on at Magic Kingdom! I wrote all about them (including my honest thoughts on each one) over in my complete festive guide to celebrating the holidays at Magic Kingdom. Check it out HERE! More foodie guides for Walt Disney World Parks can be found HERE.
Are you heading to Disney this holiday season? What are you looking forward to eating? Let us know on Facebook!