The addition of Connection Eatery inside Epcot continues to draw crowds for food and air conditioning. Overall, the counter service food served here is better than most counter service burgers served at Walt Disney World parks. Some guests find this dining option a little barren.
However, theme park food is not the most cost-effective or nutritious. . This system helps parents especially by providing nutrition for their children. Connections Eatery offers unique children’s dining options. A “grilled chicken bao” comes with two sides and either a small serving of low-fat milk or a small bottle of water.
This meal is for children aged 9 and under, but can be ordered by those aged 9 and older. I have many adult colleagues who have ordered this chicken bao via mobile. It comes with two side dishes, so even adults can enjoy it. The portion size of the main dish does not make for a complete meal for most people. Easily available for under $8. Taking into account possible nutritional factors, this “children’s diet” deserves attention. Now, if you don’t care about nutrition, you can order fries instead.
What does chicken bao bun taste like? The buns have a soft texture and just the right amount of flavor. The chicken inside has garnered mixed reviews. Most guests consider this type of meal a plus. Some guests find the chicken overcooked and of poor quality. I’ve heard from many people who’ve tried this that the bao bun doesn’t have a flavorful sauce. However, a solid sauce like teriyaki or honey can enhance this bao.
If you’ve worked up an appetite in what was once called “Future World,” you can order light meals and snacks with mobile ordering. If you had to buy paid access for individual Lightning lanes and Genie+ for the day wasted your budget, this bao bang can help.
As always, eat like you mean it!
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