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Food Truck stop opening

 

November 25, 2014

Today I had the chance to check out the new Food Truck stop in Downtown Disney's Westside before it opened to the general public at 5 later today. The new area is located between Starbucks and Bongo's and offers some great views of the water and Saratoga Springs across the way.

Disney Food Truckis

If you have visited Downtown Disney at all in the past year you may have stopped by one of the trucks before they made their way to their now permanent home. Each truck features its own theme and food options.

Disney Food Trucks

Fantasy Fare is themed around the Magic Kingdom/Disneyland and offers signature dining from both parks. Here you can eat Croque Monsieur (from Magic Kingdom and Disneyland Paris), Sticky Chicken and Waffles (from Magic Kingdom's Sleepy Hollow), and a Hand-Dipped Corn Dog (from Disneyland's Main Street, USA).

Food and Wine Truck

The World Showcase of Flavors offers guests options from Epcot's Food and Wine. Here you can eat Pierogies with Kielbasa (from the Poland booth), Grilled Chicken Breast Gyro (from the Greece booth), and Grass Fed Beef Sliders (from the Florida booth).

Disney Food Truck

Superstar Catering focuses on food that has starring roles in Disney's Hollywood Studios. Here you can try the Margherita Flatbread, Turkey Meatball Sub, and Slow-cooked Pot Roast Sandwich.

Namaste Cafe

Finally, the Namaste Café features food that is present in Disney's Animal Kingdom. Here guests can try Butter Chicken, Tandoori Shrimp, Lamb Kefta, and Naan and Samosa Dipping Safari.

Disney Food Trucks

Each of the trucks features their very own design to showcase the park that they represent. In addition to the four trucks, there is a small seating area off to the side which also features a little area where guests musicians will perform for guests.

Foodtruck

Overall, the area is nicely nestled into the hustle and bustle of Downtown Disney's Westside. Since the Westside doesn't have a great presence for quick service options, I'm sure the Food Trucks will be a welcome home to guests of all ages in the coming years!

 

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