/ Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

You can learn a great deal about a culture through its food, and Epcot’s World Showcase gives you the opportunity span the globe through its many pavilions. Travel with Lou around the World Showcase in Epcot in Walt Disney World as he shares his Top 5 Snacks Under $5!

From sweet to savory, refreshing and sharable, you may discover a few tasty treats which are also some of Walt Disney World’s best values.

********* What’s YOUR favorite snack in World Showcase? Leave yours in the Comments below! *********

Thanks for watching!

- Lou Mongello

37 Responses to "Video: Top 5 Snacks Under $5 in Epcot’s World Showcase"

  1. Richard Holmes says:

    My favorite would definitely be the chocolate and caramel covered grapes in
    Germany.

  2. Grand Master Pavey says:

    Chips at the UK

  3. Adam Smith says:

    The creme brûlée in France are amazing

  4. Lilbambina90 says:

    I want your job! So much delicious looking food!

  5. Brian Bernhard says:

    God, the pretzels in Germany are IMPOSSIBLY good! I end up getting at least
    3 each time I visit WDW.

  6. Doug Mangum says:

    I am diabetic and lactose intolerant. How about sugar free snacks and dairy
    free snacks, please. Thank you

  7. ROADDAWGTACTICAL says:

    I love the fish and chip in England! and the noodles in Japan

  8. Sorceressofstars says:

    Really thought school bread was gross ! Sorry! But my fav is at the lil
    French. Patassrie the ham and cheese on croissant w/ that cinnamon an lil
    hit of sweet it’s the best! My other faves are the pretzels in Germany,
    slushy peach teas in china, off Epcot gelato for sure and churro

  9. ROADDAWGTACTICAL says:

    Grey Goose slushy in front of france

  10. Malcolm Parran says:

    Automatic like. Lou is the man!

  11. dvader1005 says:

    Really love these Top 5 videos Lou!!! Please keep them coming.

  12. Taco salad & a turkey leg & pop corn followed by bottled water. That’s my
    cup of tea. Yum

  13. Steamboat Eddie says:

    Right there in Norway is the shaved almond covered pretzel, delicious!

    Have an awesome day!

  14. I personally have yet to try the pretzel in Germany. It sounds so good to
    have with a decent German beer!

  15. I like anything from the Patisserie suit me fine. Also the pretzels in
    Germany are incomparable to any other. I have to try the Kakii-Gore with
    the milk. Sounds yummy.

  16. jaycee012273 says:

    Funnel cake! The best might be over 5 though

  17. Mônica Santos says:

    Just love your Top 5 videos!!! Just keep’em coming, pleeeease!

  18. Gunnar Hays says:

    Not under 5 but the English Fish and Chips!

  19. Don’t forget to try a churro! Fried-dough pastry covered in sugar and has
    different dips to choose from as well. Last time I had one it was under $5
    too.

  20. Egg role near jungle cruise, yummaaae

  21. Lou Mongello says:

    Top 5 Snacks Under $5 in Epcot’s World Showcase with Lou Mongello

  22. Brion Rector says:

    Love the snack videos they are the best!! Citrus Swirl in Magic Kingdom is
    still the best snack around!!

  23. Mmmm pretzels

  24. Nico Gabriel says:

    Lou looks like he played football

  25. Nico Gabriel says:

    Lou eats

  26. Nico Gabriel says:

    Lou’s words flow over food descriptions like honey over the bottom of a
    freshly waxed watermelon

  27. Nico Gabriel says:

    What’s is Lou up to now?

  28. Nico Gabriel says:

    Lou needs to be careful out there

  29. Nico Gabriel says:

    How can Lou be so dangerous

  30. Nico Gabriel says:

    Thinking of Lou

  31. Nico Gabriel says:

    Does Lou speak French?

  32. Nico Gabriel says:

    Lou needs to learn the meaning of friendship

  33. Nico Gabriel says:

    Lou is a pretzel fiend

  34. Nico Gabriel says:

    My favorite snack is Lou

  35. Tucker St. Ivany says:

    The Macaroons at France or the Crepes

  36. The shaved ice is a must and so is the bakery in France. I eat at both
    every time i go lol A melon shaved ice and an almond croissant.

  37. English For queens says:

    1) kakigori in Japan – 3.75 or 4.99 with tax;
    2) baklava in Morocco – about 3 dollars and change with tax, iced mint tea;
    3) pain au chocolat or chocolate croissant in France – 3.75;
    4) pretzel in Germany – 4.75;
    5) school bread in Norway – under 3 dollars.

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