So many of you know, The Hubs and I went on a mini trip to Orlando this past weekend to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We decided to visit Epcot, which is my all time favorite theme park. I love all the educational rides/movies (geek moment) and love how you can travel around the world in just one day. Obviously it’s not the same but the experience is fantastic.
This time we (more like I made this insane decision) wanted to try something from almost every country in Epcot. The stops we didn’t try something to eat was because they only offered sit down restaurants and were booked six months ahead. So today I am sharing the first part of our Epcot Food Extravaganza!
Important Side Note: These dishes were shared between The Hubs and I. Please don’t think I am a monster and eat this much on a daily basis. I do eat a lot, but not like that.
Stop #1: United Kingdom
Honestly, I’ve never been a fan of fish n’ chip (well I love the chips – not crazy about the fried fish) but I was being adventurous and gave it a try. The fish was a little too greasy but it was pretty delicious. The Hubs (a fish n’ chips lover) enjoyed every single bite.
Stop #2: France
This was one the one stop I was dreaming about. We started by sharing a turkey and brie sandwich on a super tasty baguette. I’ve had brie before and didn’t like the taste – but combined with this bread and turkey it was delicious. And when in France the creme brulee is a must! Such a rich and creamy flavor – I definitely wanted another one but was reminded by The Hubs of my goal so we kept on moving.
Stop #3: Morocco
In Morocco we got exotic! The Hubs was ready to quit on me but some inspirational words like “C’mon we gotta eat more!!” were said to him by his loving wife and so he continued. We ordered a falafel wrap served with tangierine couscous salad and lentil salad. It was deee-lish!
I still have 4 more stops to share with you all, but I’ll save that for part 2. Hope you don’t mind. ;)
So have any of you gone to Epcot before and tried eating in every place or do I need some professional help? Better yet – have you had any of these dishes in their actual place of origin? Would love to hear all your food stories!
Images by Blush + Jelly