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Space 220 Restaurant Opens at EPCOT

Space 220 Restaurant Opens at EPCOT

Yesterday (Sept 20), the opening dedication ceremony for the new Space 220 restaurant took place in the courtyard of the Mission: Space attraction at EPCOT, and I was there to witness it. The ceremony featured executives from Patina Restaurant Group, Delaware North (Patina Restaurant Group’s… Read More »Space 220 Restaurant Opens at EPCOT

City Works Eatery and Pour House more than holds up under pressure

Less than two weeks after City Works Eatery and Pour House had its official ribbon cutting and opened to the public at Disney Springs and it was already handling huge dinner crowds with the efficiency and customer service excellence of a well established restaurant. We… Read More »City Works Eatery and Pour House more than holds up under pressure

Thai Pork Sandwich – Disney’s Animal Kingdom Food Review


The pathway between Asia and Africa in Disney’s Animal Kingdom is often just a way to get from one land to the next, but those who pass-by the small food booths that line the walk-way are missing out on some of the best food options in the park.

While Mr. Kamal’s typically serves just vegetarian food, Bradley Falls has been experimenting with some Thai flavored options. I recently had the pleasure of sampling two dishes from the second booth and have had the Thai noodles and Edamame beans previously.

Both the edamame and noodles are good portions for the price and I particularly enjoy snacking on the edamame as I walk around the park. I do recommend asking for a second tray or small cup for disposal of the empty pods.

Last week, I ordered a Vegetarian Thai Soup with Dumplings. The soup was not spicy, but did incorporate many of the flavors you’d expect in a Thai soup. There were a small amount of vegetables (scallions, mushrooms, and pea pods) and a single dumpling, but it was a good portion for the price.


My only complaint was how it was served. The soup was heated in a microwave prior to serving to the point of scalding. Since it was served in a small paper bowl with no tray, there was no way to avoid the heat and when I spilled a small portion on my hand, it left it red and tender to the touch. This could have been fixed by serving in a small paper tray, which I suggested later at guest relations. I wanted to see if they’d resolved the problem on this visit but instead, when I returned over this weekend, the soup was off the menu and a new sandwich added.
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Maya Grill Review

Note: Please welcome guest author Angela Jenkins who is back from a recent trip to Walt Disney World. My friend and I recently stayed at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort for a convention. We wanted a nice place to dine and relax after a long day… Read More »Maya Grill Review