Hitting the Streets! It’s Morimoto Asia Street Food!

Good morning, WDW fans!  Guess what?  We’re heading back to Disney Springs!  So, exactly what is “street food”?

Well, according to Wikipedia, it is “… ready-to-eat food or drink sold by a hawker, or vendor, in a street or other public place, such as at a market or fair.”

In addition, “[i]t is often sold from a portable food booth, food cart, or food truck and meant for immediate consumption.”

Hey!  That pretty much sounds like any Disney Quick Service, food festival kiosk, or snack cart to me!  Hmmm.

Actually, as advertised by the outdoor restaurant, themselves, Morimoto Asia Street Food is based on a history that dates back centuries.

The venue gets their inspiration from the dishes you can find, today, all throughout Asia, as much as from the childhood memories of Masaharu Morimoto himself.

So, what does the Iron Chef have in store for us?  Let’s see!

From ribs to egg rolls and noodles to sushi, he has it covered!  In fact, when we get a chance to stop back for a meal, I might not be able to choose!

How about you, folks?  Place your order in the poll below!  Will it be lo-mein?  Bao tacos, maybe?  Yum!  What do you crave?  Choose up to THREE!

Picture from Disney’s web site.