Hawaii: Kalua Pork Slider with Sweet and Sour Dole Pineapple Chutney and Spicy Mayonnaise
This pork slider was our first food tasting. I thought it was delicious and one of my favorites.
Ireland: Lobster and Seafood Fisherman's Pie
The lobster pie is pure comfort food. It had a few chunks of lobster but was mostly cheesy mashed potatoes. It was decent but I probably wouldn't choose to spend money on it on a future visit.
Singapore: Seared Mahi Mahi with jasmine rice and "Singa" sauce
I don't know what "Singa" sauce is, but this was my favorite sample of the night. The fish was cooked perfectly and sauce had a sweet taste to it.
I have a few other photos of what we ate and drank but it was too dark to get a decent photo with my iphone once the sun went down. Here is a full synopsis of what we sampled:
Belgium: Steamed Mussels in Hoegaarden beer broth with baguette $3.75 My husband sampled this one-he said it was okay.
Belgian Waffle with Berry Compote and Whipped Cream $3 My daughter ate this but I grabbed a small bite. It was delicious with fresh blackberries and blueberries.
Craft Beers: Flight included: Widmer Rotator IPA, Blue Moon Seasonal, Florida Beer Company's Devil's Triangle, and Full Sail IPA. $12 These were enjoyed by my husband as they are not really my style of beer.
France: Coq au Vin sur Gratin de Macaroni $5.50 This was a generous sample of chicken and pearl onions with macaroni and gruyere cheese. My five year old enjoyed this dish a lot. 4th favorite
Germany: Apple Strudel with Karamel-Vanilla Cream Sauce $3.50 This was decent but nothing you probably haven't already tried elsewhere.
Beer: Altenmunster Dunke 6 oz, $3.50
Greece: Chicken Souvlaki with Tzatziki sauce $4.25 This was pretty average but I like Greek food and I enjoyed it.
Hawaii: Kalua Pork Slider with Sweet and Sour Dole Pineapple Chutney and Spicy Mayonnaise $3.25 3rd favorite
Seven Tiki Mai Tai $7.75 For the money, I thought this tasted mostly like juice. I'd rather go back to Hawaii to get a real Mai Tai. ;-)
Hops & Barley (America): Linda Bean's Perfect Maine Lobster Roll $7.50 The roll was perfectly buttered and grilled with a generous amount of lobster. This was a delicious sample and totally worth the money. 2nd favorite
Samuel Adams flight: Cherry Wheat, Chocolate Bock, Octoberfest, and Boston Lager $12 My husband and I were really impressed by the Cherry Wheat and Chocolate Bock. They are definitely worth trying.
Ireland: Lobster and Seafood Fisherman's Pie $6 See above photo.
Singapore: Seared Mahi Mahi with Jasmine Rice with "Singa" sauce $4.25 1st favorite
South Africa: Fairview Pinotage $3.25 This wine has a distinct "burnt" taste to me. It is not my style but my husband enjoyed it.
At this point, we had an hour left and wanted our daughter to have a chance to visit with the characters before the fireworks show. We were very full and feel we sampled a large variety of foods and drink. Some of the countries we skipped had offerings we tried last year. I wanted to sample different items this year. We definitely left plenty to try in case we go back again this weekend. Food listings and prices via The Disney Food Blog.