DFB Video: Food Tour of Epcot’s Canada and Norway Pavilions

Happy Weekend! We’re back with another DFB Video today, and we’re taking you on a Food Tour of Epcot’s Canada AND Norway Pavilions!

School Bread from the Norway Pavilion

School Bread from the Norway Pavilion

You may be well aware that Epcot’s Canada boasts Le Cellier Steakhouse, which is home to some terrific Filet Mignon and Signature Poutines. Or perhaps you’ve dined with Disney Princesses in Norway’s Akershus Royal Banquet Hall. But do you know where you can snag some Maple Popcorn? Or where you can find memorable — and memorably named — snacks like School Bread, Troll Horns, and more? We’ll take you to each and every spot to find these (and many more) eats in Epcot’s Norway and Canada Pavilions!

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So check out the video and then let us know: what’s your favorite thing to eat in Epcot’s Norway and Canada Pavilions? 

Comments

  1. Essie says

    I adore two of these spots! I love the Filet Mignon at Le Cellier and I never miss a trip to the Norwegian Bakery! I’ve never tried the school bread, but I know it’s very popular. I really enjoy most of the other pastries and their sandwiches.

  2. Dave says

    Always loved LeCellier when it was just one dining credit, once it went to 2 we had been there so many times we removed from rotation and now we go now when we really crave a great steak when not on the meal plan. Canada amazingly has the largest building of entire WS but has the smallest and tightest seating signature dining restaurant. Really, its always packed, expand it!!!!
    We ate at Akershus in Jan since we went with our young nieces and nephews and I have to say it wasn’t as good as in past. While I missed the venison stew I remembered having, the cold station seems to outdo the main dishes. Family style desserts are very good and inclusion of a nice alcoholic drink make it a very good single dining princess credit.
    Last, but definitely not least is my fav bakery, Kringla! Always get the school bread, troll horn, and strawberry rice cream! What i really missed and mentioned in another previous article was the Rullekake. My all time favorite moist cake rolled with jam preserves and lightly sweetened whipped cream. A dream refreshing
    and light pastry cake, please bring it back!!!!!!

  3. Marilyn Stevens says

    I love both of these countries! My favorite go to in Norway is the Berry Cream Puff at the Kringla. Super light and good. Also, their ham and cheese sandwich is not bad if you’re looking for a simple quick and light lunch option. Oh, Canada!! The cheddar cheese soup and filet mignon are always a MUST!! Great video. It makes me want my vacay to go ahead and start right now!!!

  4. Marilyn Sirotnik says

    Love Canada but miss the beavertails at Beavertail Bobs! wish they would bring them back.

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