13. Who’s doing these dishes?
A sink full of ice cream would be a dream come true for most people, and as Disney World is the place where dreams come true it shouldn’t come as a surprise that here you’ll find this very thing. The classic “Kitchen Sink” is a legendary mega sundae large enough to serve up to four people. Gorge yourself with scoops of vanilla ice cream (flavors can be substituted), toppings of hot fudge, whipped cream, and other decadence, all dished up and served to you in a Mickey Mouse pants-shaped plastic keepsake sink. This famed favorite was originally a house exclusive at Disney’s Beach Club Resort’s Beaches and Cream. But now visitors to the Magic Kingdom Park can also enjoy it at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street USA. There is also a smaller portioned variety of Mickey’s Kitchen Sink that’s just as good but perhaps more accommodating for smaller groups to share in.
14. Making it “Snappy”
You’ll find plenty of indulgent signature flavors at Epcot’s France Pavilion, especially when you make it a point to dine at the elegant Monsieur Paul restaurant. Named for world-renowned Top Chef Paul Bocuse this fine establishment features many of Chef Paul’s own personal creations. One of the menu’s most popular palette pleasers is Red Snapper in Potato Scales. A truly original and unique invention, this featured entrée of fish is presented in a coated covering of potatoes, applied as fish scales. It comes served with a side of rich buttery rosemary sauce.