One of the best values on WDW property, folks! Better yet, one of the best dinners anywhere! We miss it so much!
Howdy, folks! Dennis is back! Let the ranting begin! Actually, ever the calm voice of reason, join Dennis as he partners up with Doug and Bob to return sensibility to the WDW Main Street Podcast. Let’s face it … Doug and Bob were left unsupervised last week, and Dennis’s leadership was much needed. John, you need to come back too!
Annual pass increases, money-grubbing Bob Iger, Darth Vader vs. Kylo Ren, Lion King Scavenger Hunt, Skyliner, we discuss it all! Plus, how is Mickey’s Not-So-Scary going to impact Dennis’s upcoming vacation? Is he pleased? Hmmm.
Grab a cold beverage, friends. You’re going to need it … as we also discuss Disney’s up-charged parties, parties, parties! Sheesh! What a jam-packed, yet expensive-sounding, show! Catch it at …
Somewhat polarizing – no, not everyone loves (or even likes) this – but mostly revered, Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in Epcot’s Norway Pavilion is the home to this guilty pleasure.
A sweet roll filled with custard, draped in icing, and dipped in Coconut, some think that this delectable dessert is overly dry from the first bite. Oh, the custard is tasty, they say, but doesn’t Epcot provide better snacks? See …
Other non-fans call out the bread’s calories as being not worth the item’s hype. Allegedly the owner of 35+ grams of sugar, according to one web site, it hits the list of …
Huh? OK. So, maybe it’s dry sometimes. Maybe there are equally good (or better?) snacks in Disney. It undoubtedly does carry a diet-busting price within its custard-y goodness.
My opinion? Maybe not on every visit to Epcot, but certainly, once in a while, you have to enjoy a serving of, what has to be, one of the best (and most unique) desserts in Disney. Plus, at $3.99, it’s a bargain!
What do you think, folks? Is Norway’s School Bread overrated? Is it worth the calories? Are there better things at Epcot – or even in Norway – to try? Leave a comment and let us know!