TikToker shared a review of the ‘best’ and ‘worst’ food we ate at Disney World in 2022.
Viewers said they were shocked by some of the food in her “worst” video that went viral.
Among her disliked items were rainbow-colored hot dogs and some “oddly warm” milkshakes.
Disney resort food reviewer TikToker has shared a list of the “best” and “worst” food he’s had at Disney World.
User @wrightdownmainstreet, who has 111,000 followers, posted his first annual roundup on December 31st with the caption, “Best Disney World meals in 2022” and received 951,000 views.
She said the Mickey Mouse-shaped churro waffles at the Crystal Palace Dining Experience, where breakfast costs between $35 and $59.99 per adult, are “worth every penny,” according to Disney World’s website. She also highlighted the “nearly half-pound” cookies served at Gideon’s Bakehouse. Specifically, buy warm from the oven during the ‘hot cookie hour’ from 2pm to 3pm and 7pm to 8pm.
Other items on her “best food” list included filet mignon sliders with truffle fries from The Boathouse restaurant and waffles from Connections Eatery. I went for the charcoal-crusted New York strip steak. According to the menu, this was $56 and was her “favorite meal ever” at Disney World. .
Viewers said the food TikToker highlighted was “amazing,” with some sharing the names of their favorite restaurants and theme park dishes.
Later in the day, she posted her second roundup. “These are the five worst things I ate at Disney World in 2022,” she said in the clip, where she shared a video montage showing some of the foods she ate that year, explaining her posted to your account.
The worst meal she had was “truffle macaroni and cheese” at Citricos, a restaurant at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa inspired by the 2018 movie “Mary Poppins Returns,” she said. TikToker described the dish as “mushroomy” and said, “It’s rare that I can’t finish what I ordered, but after a few bites, this threw me in the towel.” .
Users also noted the seasonal milkshakes and Smoke Wings at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, saying the milkshakes were “oddly warm” and “reasonably inconsistent.” Comes with 4 wings.
The clip was a huge hit, garnering 3.4 million views. Viewers said they were particularly shocked by the appearance of a rainbow-colored hot dog bun featured in the video. A user said he purchased it from Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.
“The hot dog itself wasn’t good, yeah. Then it was topped with a blue-tinted cheese sauce. I’ll just leave it at that,” Snack.
“I will never touch that hot dog. You are brave,” read the top comment with 10,000 likes. “Not colorful hot dogs,” another user said.
Another viewer who said he had also been to Disney World said he thought the quality of food at Disney Resorts had declined in recent months.
“I feel like most Disney food has generally gone downhill. I was a little disappointed on my last trip. If you’re not having great food, it’s not great,” he said. I read one top comment with 2,200 likes.It was overpriced for a resort.
In August, The Wall Street Journal reported that prices for food, hotels and tickets at Disney World and Disneyland were rising faster than inflation, citing an analysis of outlets conducted by travel agency Touring Plans.
According to theme park news outlets Inside the Magic and Theme Park Tourist, The Walt Disney Company will potentially “cut portions” at Disney park restaurants in its year-end 2021 earnings call as part of cost-cutting efforts. ’ We discussed plans. Park visitors have complained online about the size and quality of food at the venue.
The Walt Disney Company did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.
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