Top 10 Food Kiosks on Walt Disney World Property

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One of the best parts of a Walt Disney World vacation is not enjoying the attractions found throughout the four Disney Parks, but rather eating all of the delicious options found in every corner of the property. Guests who dine at Walt Disney World can opt to enjoy dining experiences that offer signature meals, full service, cuisine from around the world, and more. While full service meals are wonderful to enjoy, there are also plenty of quick service grab and go options that can be found at various food kiosks, Each of these locations serves up delicious small bites, quick service meals, treats, beverages, and more, and are all delicious. Guests who are looking to grab a bite to enjoy on the go should definitely plan on checking out these wonderful options! Here are the top ten food kiosks on property at Walt Disney World.


1. Golden Oak Outpost

One of the most popular areas of the Magic Kingdom is Frontierland thanks to its thrilling duo of Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. While there are several dining options in the area, guests are sure to love the Golden Oak Outpost situated to the left of Splash Mountain across from one entrance into Pecos Bill Tall Tale Café. The kiosk offers Chicken Breast Nuggets, Chili Queso Fries, Jalepeno Poppers, Cauliflower, Waffle Fries, Queso, and desserts including a Rocky Road Milkshake making it a great grab and go option for guests.

2. Joy of Tea

Epcot’s World Showcase is one of the most concentrated areas of dining options in Walt Disney World, and guests who find themselves in the China Pavilion can enjoy a refreshing beverage and treat from a wonderful kiosk. Joy of Tea is situated near the front of the pavilion on the shores of World Showcase Lagoon and guests who stop by throughout the day can enjoy snacks such as Curry Chicken Pocket and Pork and Vegetable Egg Rolls in addition to tea selections including Jasmine Tea, Milk Cap Lychee Tea, and Bubble Milk Tea. Joy of Tea is also home to some interesting cocktail choices such as Tipsy Ducks in Love, Ritzy Lychee, and Kung Fu Punch.

3. The Daily Poutine

Like World Showcase, Disney Springs features many dining options that guests love to indulge in when spending time exploring the area. In addition to quick service and full service locations, there are also several food kiosks to enjoy including one that serves up interesting takes on a Canadian classic. The Daily Poutine serves up some delicious adult beverages in addition to Classic Poutine and inventive options such as the Latin Poutine, Italian Poutine, and French Poutine. This is the perfect on the go snack to enjoy while spending time in Disney Springs!


4. Dino Diner

Dinoland in Disney’s Animal Kingdom is full of quirky details and humorous nods to prehistoric times, and one food kiosk is no exception. The Dino Diner can be found near Chester and Hester’s Din-O-Rama and is themed to look like an old RV with an ordering counter built into the side. Guests who stop at the location can order up savory options such as the Corn Chip Pie, Dino-Rama Chili-Cheese Dog with Chips, Churro with Chocolate Sauce, and an assortment of fountain and alcoholic beverages.

5. AristoCrepes

Also found in Disney Springs is another food kiosk that is very popular with guests and serves up classic French treats with many different flavor options. ArstoCrepes is situated in the Marketplace section of Disney Springs and specializes in sweet and savory options of decadent and light crepes. Guests are absolutely sure to love indulging in menu options such as the S’mores Crepe, Strawberries and Cream Crepe, Beef Crepe, and Ham and Cheese Crepe.

6. Crepes des Chefs de France

The France Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is also home to a food kiosk that focuses on crepes of different flavor profiles as well. Crepes des Chefs de France can be found near the front of the France Pavilion and nearly always features a small line thanks to its popularity. Guests can order up menu options including the Ice Cream Crepe, Strawberry Preserve Crepe, Sugar Crepe, and Chocolate Crepe, all of which pair perfectly with a cold glass of champagne!

7. Terra Treats

In addition to several quick service and full service dining locations, Disney’s Animal Kingdom is home to many food kiosks, all of which serve up unique and delicious options that guests enjoy. Terra Treats ca be found on Discovery Island and focuses on menu items that bring classic Italian flavors to life. Some options include the Meatball Slider, Sausage and Peppers Pizza, and Tomato and Cheese Pizza all of which are perfectly paired with fountain and alcoholic beverage options.

8. Kabuki Café

The Japan Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase truly brings the history, culture, and cuisine of Japan to life through amazing experiences including a food kiosk located facing World Showcase Lagoon. Kabuki Café is very popular with guests and serves up fresh sushi options such as the Termari Sushi Combo, California Roll, and Futomaki Big Roll in addition to sweet Kakigori which can be ordered plain or with Sweet Milk Topping.

9. Mahindi

Sometimes guests who are strolling through Disney’s Animal Kingdom are looking for a truly portable snack that can be eaten while exploring all that the park has to offer. A great food kiosk option for grab and go snacks can be found in the Africa section of the park and is popular with guests. Mahindi serves up delicious options including classic Popcorn, Cinnamon-Glazed Almonds, Cinnamon-Glazed Pecans, and an assortment of chips that guests love to enjoy while continuing to explore the park!

10. The Smiling Crocodile

Another great food kiosk in Disney’s Animal Kingdom can be found on Discovery Island and serves up savory bites and beverages that guests will love to indulge in. The Smiling Crocodile features menu options such as Pulled Pork Street Tacos, Chips and Queso, and a Pastrami Beef Slider in addition to refreshing fountain beverages, water, and beer making it the perfect stop for a bite to eat while wandering through Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.