8. Barbacoa Beef Burrito (Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Cafe)
The Mexican-style fare found at Pecos Bill’s is an interesting alternative to the typical burgers and chicken found in so many Disney restaurants. Aside from its uniqueness, the food at this Frontierland food stop is actually pretty good.
For those looking to get their food and head out into the wilderness of the park, the burrito is an ideal option here. This delicious entrée comes unwrapped and filled to the brim with shredded beef, cilantro rice, and beans. You’ll have to wrap the burrito yourself, but before you do, be sure to top it off at the amazing condiment bar.
9. Pot Roast Macaroni & Cheese (Friar’s Nook)
Rich and creamy mac & cheese is always a welcome treat. Top that incredible comfort food with some flavorful pot roast and you have a meal worth drooling over. The Friar’s Nook is the place to be when you’re in the mood for cheesy pasta to-go, and their pot roast macaroni & cheese is a customer favorite. Photo credit TripAdvisor
10. Waffle Sandwiches (Sleepy Hollow)
Whether you’re in the mood for sweet or savory, Sleepy Hollow has a delicious on-the-go meal for you. Their waffle sandwiches are simply fantastic, and a must-try for anyone visiting the Magic Kingdom.
The sweet-and-spicy chicken waffle sandwich offers the perfect combination of savory chicken and sweet sauce all wrapped up in a giant, fluffy waffle. Alternatively, the fresh fruit waffle sandwich combines fruit, chocolate-hazelnut spread, and a perfect waffle for an ideal sweet breakfast option.
There you have it folks, our favorite on-the-go options in Magic Kingdom! Next time you need something good to eat while waiting in line or watching a show, give one of these items a try. We promise you won’t be disappointed, and your rumbling tummy will be more than satisfied.