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Top 3 Sandwiches at Walt Disney World

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TouringPlans is pleased to welcome guest author Ted Wioncek III.

You’ve got to admit, Walt Disney World has really stepped up its food game in the last decade or two. Once upon a time, when travelers thought of theme park fare, the only thing that sprang to mind was an over-cooked hockey puck burger and a sad side of soggy fries. Now, you could consider it a foodie’s paradise, with an array of options to delight even the pickiest of palates. While we could easily wax poetic for paragraphs on end about the plethora of opulent dining experiences found through the parks and resorts, today we are going to get down and dirty! Hang onto your buns, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, we’re talking the Top 3 Sandwiches (Not Burgers!) at WDW!

Aloha Pork Sandwich @ Capt. Cook’s (Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort) – $10.99

Aloha Pulled Pork, photo courtesy of Disney

Located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort within The Great Ceremonial House, Capt. Cook’s presents unique island-inspired quick service options in a casual, yet festive, environment. This family-friendly restaurant contains one of the most mouthwatering meals on property, the Aloha Pork Sandwich, showcasing an overflowing mound of tender pulled pork, topped with delicious cheddar, Asian slaw, cucumbers, and tomatoes on a beautiful Brioche Bun! While there is plenty to write home about in terms of flavor, texture also plays a large hand in bringing this tangy treat to life, due to the contrast between the succulent pork and crunchy slaw. Some have reported that the sauce can be a bit spicy, but we trust that you will find the heat more than palatable, as it is immediately tamed by the cooling of the crisp cucumber. While some may say it is big enough to share, we suggest keeping this savory delight all to yourself.

Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich @ Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts & Barbecue (EPCOT World Showcase) – $12.99

Ah, The American Pavilion, home of The American Adventure, American Gardens Theatre, and now, one of the more irresistible eateries throughout the entire World Showcase. That’s right, move over Italy Pavilion, the Regal Eagle Smokehouse is gunning for ya! This salute to all foods, but mostly barbecued meats, features an indoor smokehouse that celebrates and employs techniques from classic BBQ regions. One of the most memorable meals you will find on the menu is the Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich. Massaged with a top-secret Brisket Rub, then slow-smoked and smothered in Spicy Mop Sauce, this generous concoction of patriotic goodness is gently placed between tasty pieces of Garlic Toast, offering a soft and salty buttery element to the sweet meat. While the brisket stands on its own, what really brings this meal to the next level is the Garlic Toast. Despite the juiciness of the meat and sauce, the toast never broke down, crumbled, or lost its ability to act as a sturdy platform for this dish. Much like Sam Eagle himself, the Garlic Toast is a supporting role that has the ability to steal the show!

Ronto Wrap @ Ronto Roasters (Disney’s Hollywood Studios) – $12.99

Ronto Wrap, $12.99

I know, the age old “is a wrap a sandwich?” debate. But when they’re this good, who cares?!?! I mean, details shouldn’t get in the way of this creative intergalactic culinary masterwork, am I right?! Deep inside the underbelly of the Black Spire Outpost at Ronto Roasters lies a roasted pork “sandwich,” filled with grilled pork sausage, seasoned to perfection. In addition, you’ll uncover tantalizingly tangy slaw, peppered with a peppercorn sauce, nestled in a slightly sweet and airy pita. Moreover, it is fast, affordable, and filling, making it a much-needed addition to Disney’s Hollywood Studios lineup. Heck, some may even say it is… out of this world!

And there you have it, our Top 3 Sandwiches (Not Burgers!) at WDW. Whether you agree or disagree with our selections, one thing is for sure… you don’t have to go to a galaxy far, far away to find a solid sandwich at Walt Disney World… anymore.

Do you agree with our list? In your opinion, which sandwiches are missing?

Ted Wioncek III is a Walt Disney World Annual Passholdin’-D23 lovin’-DVC card carryin’-Theme Park Journalist, whose work has garnered him a reputation as a “master in storytelling.” He specializes in theatrical review, food critique, travel planning, and double-blind Dole Whip taste testing. Ted lives in sunny Florida with his beautiful wife, Kimberly, and their adorable rescue beagle, affectionately named, Professor Indiana Bones. You can contact him at TheRealTraderTed@gmail.com








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8 thoughts on “Top 3 Sandwiches at Walt Disney World

  • I have two noteworthy options.
    The first is at the Dolphin’s Fuel grab and go. This hidden gem goes by the name of the “French Connection.” It is a fluffy huge croissant filled with thinly sliced ham, accompanied by smears of fig jam and chevre (that’s goat cheese.) You can find this in a brown bag in the cold case at the back of the store.

    The second is the grilled cheese at Beaches ‘n’ Cream. It comes with tomato soup. It makes me feel like I am 5 years old and at home with my mom. And everything in the world is good.

    I have to pick just one I agree that the Ronto Wrap is the best sandwich on property. Yes, I have gone to the Studios just for a Ronto Wrap. And maybe I ordered more than one.

  • The Norway Club Sandwich at Kringla bakeri og kafe is by far the best sandwich on WDW property.
    Love it so much its the wallpaper on my laptop!

    Terry B.
    Pittsburgh PA

  • Hmmm… that Ronto Wrap is terrific. A must every visit. If the other two on this list are anywhere near as good I’ll have to check them out.

  • It’s Regal Eagle’s house-made pickles side dish.

  • What is the side pictured with the Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich?

  • Is the Liberty Square grilled hot dog still available? I’d take that over the Ronto Wrap. And yes, a hot dog is a sandwich.

      • Why is it impossible to just get a good old ham & cheese, turkey or tuna salad on a really good roll or great bread? Just the basics….please WDW!

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