For many guests a visit to EPCOT is not complete without a stop at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe for some school bread. This little bakery at the Norway Pavilion is charming in its décor, and the shaded outdoor seating is lovely. We like to make sure our ratings and reviews are accurate as things change at Walt Disney World, so Chrissy on our team stopped in to make sure Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe is still one of the sweetest places in EPCOT.
What we ordered at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe:
- Triple Chocolate-Chip Cookie $4.99
- School Bread $4.49
- Rice Cream $3.79
- Troll Horn $4.49
- Verden’s Beste Kake $4.29
- Almond Ring Cookie $3.49
We have ratings for every Walt Disney World restaurant, and Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe has a 94% thumbs up rating. It is currently ranked by our readers as number 10 out of 106 quick options at Walt Disney World. First we’ll start with the best of the bunch. The School Bread is usually everyone’s favorite, and in our recent visit it topped the list. This sweet roll is filled with custard and dipped in coconut. Naturally, you’d need to a fan of custard and coconut to enjoy this classic treat, and if you are indeed a fan chances are the School Bread will win you over.
The Verden’s Beste Kake was another hit. The meringue top is made from meringue powder and not egg whites, so that is one draw back. Overall the Beste Kake was light and tart. The meringue was crunchy and a lovely contrast to the cake and custard filling. The scattered almond added some more crunch and earthiness.
Another hit is a must-have cookie for anyone who wants the indulgence of a Gideon’s Bakehouse cookie, without all the waiting and struggle. The Triple Chocolate-Chip Cookie is not your child’s chocolate chip cookie. It is rich with dark, semi-sweet chocolate chips (lots of them) and some sea salt. It is massive too and definitely easy to share, if you’re willing.
The Rice Cream was pretty good, very sweet and comforting. You’d clearly need to be okay with the soft texture of rice pudding. The strawberries on top were very sugary and overall this entire treat was one of the sweetest of the bunch.
A big miss of our haul from Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe was the Troll Horn. The Troll Horn was fairly dry and the menu lists it as being filled with Orange Marmalade Cream, but there wasn’t much detectable flavor.
Another big miss was the Almond Ring Cookie. This was chewy and had a super intense (fake) almond flavor — for our team it was one bite and done. With so many delicious treats to have from Kringla, there’s no need to try this one.
Have you ever picked up some treats at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe? What did you think?