5. Volcano Roll in Japan
If you love sushi then the Japan Pavilion may very well be the place you’ve longed for. You’ll find sushi and other great offerings featured at both famed table service restaurants as well as at various quick service locations. But for the ultimate eruption of flavor, you just can’t miss out on the Volcano Roll. It comes to you as a California roll topped with tuna, yellowtail, salmon, smelt roe, tempura crunch, and spicy chili mayo.
It can be found on menus for both Teppan Edo as well as Tokyo Dining for all guests to delight in. So whether you come to the former seeking a traditional teppanyaki dinner-performance experience or the second for relaxed contemporary dining, you can enjoy this explosive enticement at both places.
4. Mexico’s Enchiladas de Vegetales and Tacos de Vegetales
For serene waterfront dining laden with traditional regional cuisine from all across Mexico you have to visit La Hacienda de San Angel. Open for dinnertime each day, here you will find a vast presentation of delightful classics, as well as unique featured entrée selections that incorporate Mexican culinary tradition into completely novel creations. And among the many rare delights, you may be pleased to discover that the menu also features an abundance of healthy plate selections as well.
Two such offering frequently enjoyed by both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike include Enchiladas de Vegetales and Tacos de Vegetales. The first is a composition of corn tortillas that are filled with vegetables and served with salsa ranchera, rice, queso fresco, and beans. The tacos consist of grilled vegetables and queso fresco on flour tortillas and served with corn esquites. In addition, you will find a whole host of other interesting eats.