Food Trucks Coming to Downtown Disney

It seems that everywhere one visits food trucks are showing up. Food trucks have become incredibly popular for both professional and amateur foodies across the country. Recently at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, several food trucks could be found feeding the masses outside of the main entrance. Soon, guests visiting the Walt Disney World Resort will have the opportunity to partake from food truck fare.

According to the Disney Parks Blog, several new food trucks will be coming to the Downtown Disney District at the Walt Disney World Resort. They will represent different Disney theme parks and will include the following:

  • “Enchanted Fare” will serve favorites from Disney Parks around the world; think Croque Monsieur fromMagic Kingdom Park, Glass Noodle Salad from Hong Kong Disneyland and (my favorite!) Hand-DippedCorn Dogs from Disneyland park.

  • “The World Showcase of Flavors” is expected to feature items from the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival such as Grass-Fed Beef Sliders, Pierogies with Kielbasa and Lobster Rolls. Yum!

  • “Superstar Catering” will shine the spotlight on a wide array of meatball options fit for a Hollywood set; the Lamb Meatball Flatbread with Tzatziki sounds especially credit-worthy.

  • “Namaste Café” plans to feature a nice mix of spices with dishes including Butter Chicken, Slow-Cooked Beef Short Ribs and Tandori Spiced Shrimp. (I hear they’ll all come with Naan Bread, so you can’t go wrong!)

So what do you think? Which one are you most looking forward to?

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