Disney is a fun as well as weird place to be in. They have the weirdest stuff lined up for everyone. Apart from all the rides and attractions, they have absolutely bizarre foods and beverages lined up for the visitors. Check out the following list of the bizarre foods and beverages in Disney world.
Roasted bone marrow is a piece of the dinner menu of the latest restaurant in Epcot’s Japan Pavilion. The bone marrow might sound super gross, for people who haven’t eaten it. But it tastes exceptional when it’s cooked well. Its smooth, glossy texture is loved by numerous foodies.
Asian editions of this dish comprise takoyaki (octopus fritters) at Morimoto Asia Street Food in Disney Springs and scorched octopus at Tiffins Restaurants in Animal Kingdom Park in the Asia Pavilion. There’s also a giant octopus clinging from the ceiling within T-REX Restaurant at Disney Springs, but that one isn’t edible.
Blue and Green Milk
Disney lovers are torn on how fine this stuff is, but blue milk appears to be the favorite between the two. Guests can buy blue milk, which is a mix of coconut and rice milk with fruity notes, or green milk, which also blends coconut and rice milk but brings citrus and tropical flavor profile.
This intoxicating drink is finished up of Ciroc Peach Vodka, Bols Peach Schnapps, Simply Orange with Tangerine, pure cane sugar, and Buzz Button Tingling foam. A usual painkiller gained from a particular Szechuan flower (what Disney calls “Buzz Button”) is blended into the foam to generate this wild upshot.
Oxtail is the culinary depiction of the tail of an ox. It is dished-up as a broth in Monsieur Paul in Epcot France Pavilion. One can try a customary Ghanian oxtail stew in Boma inside Animal Kingdom Lodge. You’ll also be offered an African oxtail umngqusho in Sanaa.
This is an Americanized, cool, pretty bizarre edition of the Japanese dish. The sushi donut is exactly what it sounds like. Donut-shaped sushi having salmon, tuna, shrimp, cucumber, and sesame seed in a decorated plate of wasabi aioli, sriracha, and eel sauce.
Frontera Cocina in Disney Springs presents a seasonal menu where one can sometimes get roasted grasshoppers served as a snack beside their drink menu. This restaurant has even presented chili lime grasshoppers as a crispy topping for their guacamole in the past.