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10 Secret Menu Items Only Expert Visitors Will Order In The Magic Kingdom

Disney parks are well-known and respected for their secret food menu items. In fact, they even have secret drink menu items. With all of the options already available at places like the Magic Kingdom, it seems a bit redundant to have these secret food choices, but Disney park enthusiasts live for it. The secret menu items will not be listed on any menu inside the Magic Kingdom. Rather, expert visitors become privy to these covert food choices through online detective work.

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Combing through the internet, you'll notice that Disney secret food options aren't kept secret for very long. However, those who don’t take the time to do their research are likely to forget about these furtive meals once they get to the park. Only seasoned visitors who are keen on new Disney experiences will remember to order these 10 secret menu items at the Magic Kingdom.

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10 Galactic Burger

In Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom, guests can have their very own alien-style burger. But in lieu of anything green or slimy, this stacked burger comes with cheese, Thousand Island dressing, grilled onions, and a bed of fries piled right on top of the burger itself.

These mouthwatering mashup can be found at Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe inside Disney World.

9 Galaxy Loaded Fries

While you’re in Tomorrowland, you may as well check out the Galaxy Loaded Fries, which you can find in the same restaurant. These fries are drizzled with a garlic ranch and cheese sauce and can only be found on Disney's Secret Menu mobile app.

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As if that didn't already sound delightful enough, there is also pico relish and bacon bits jam-packed into the mix. And if you’re really up for a challenge, don’t negate their famous flaming hot cheese dust that can be generously sprinkled right on top.

8 Nachos Rio Grande

Magic Kingdom's Nachos Rio Grande has become somewhat of a challenge for Disney Park guests. It’s such a coveted entree, that Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe (found in Frontierland) will only serve it in between 3 and 6 PM.  This mammoth bed of nachos serves a minimum of six people, though many people have tried to take on this entire meal by themselves.

These nachos cost a whopping $90, and you will get a full VIP experience. Cast members will throw on a special cowboy hat and bring you to the special reserve table that only nacho diners can enjoy. From there, virtually the entire staff comes out in a parade to present the nachos, complete with cheering and ringing cowbells.

7 Loaded Dole Whip

Everyone knows about the Disney Dole Whip. The delicious blend of pineapple-flavored soft served is one of Disney’s delicacies. As of late, Disney theme parks have succumbed to the theme park trend that introduces elaborate alcoholic beverages. To keep up with their competitors, the Magic Kingdom introduced one secret menu item that they knew their guests couldn't resist.

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If you know where to look, you can now get a loaded Dole Whip, which is usually topped with coconut rum or spiced rum. Aloha Isle and Sunshine Street Terrace carry this magical dessert, but you’ll have to ask about their backdoor Dole Whip options.

6 Vegan Burgers

While veganism isn't a contemporary preference, it took a while for Disney to hop on board. Vegan meals are listed on some menus, but did you know you can get these items almost anywhere? Simply ask a Cast Member and they can give you access to their full vegan menu.

As an example, Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe has a brimming Southwest Vegan Burger. It's a plant-based sandwich that comes with a vegan patty, vegan jalapeno jack cheese, vegan avocado aioli, lettuce, tomato, with some pickle chips thrown on top for good measure.

5 Casey's Corner Fries

Another incredible undisclosed item can be found within Main Street USA inside the Magic Kingdom. At Caseys Corner, you can get these loaded fries that are not for the faint of heart. This firey hot concoction comes with ranch, cheese sauce, jalapeños, and cheese stuffed jalapeño peppers.

It’s a spicy snack, and for some, it's filling enough to be a meal! You can get these secret ingredients piled onto a hotdog at Casey's Corner as well.

4 Tangled Eclair

The Tangled eclair at the Magic Kingdom is so new, it’s practically a secret. If you have a massive sweet tooth, this Rapunzel-themed dessert will certainly suit your fancy. Pinocchio Village Haus recently started serving this Tangled eclair, inspired by Rapunzel‘s long golden locks.

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Filling within the walls of the warm pastry is a creamy dulce de leche. The yellow braid on top is a white chocolate cream that is generously supplied on the full length of the pastry. The flower accessories are simple sugar confectioneries, and the frying pan that is embedded into the frosting is a mini chocolate delight.

3 Pork Belly Burger

Cosmic Rays' in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom seems to be the place to go when it comes to secret food menu items. This quick-service cafe came out with this $18 Pork Belly Burger in 2018. This masterpiece is made up of pork belly, Angus beef, and a slice of smoked Gouda.

There is also a pickled pepper, fried pickles, with sriracha aioli actually drizzled on top. And naturally, it couldn’t be a pork belly burger without a pile of pork rinds. It's completely full of flavor and piled high with its ingredients, so that you may not get hungry for the rest of the day.

2 Zocalo Burrito

In Frontierland, you will find this burrito from Rancho del Zocalo. Its gigantic inside is stuffed with all of your favorite zesty Mexican ingredients. There are about three different kinds of meat, beans, rice, sour cream, and salsa. It is also known as the “hidden" burrito as you won’t find it on the menu. This burrito is smothered in red and green sauces, sprinkled with white cheese, and garnished with cilantro to pay homage to the colors of the Mexican flag.

You may want to skip the rollercoasters after eating this bad boy.

1 The Bell Burger

Aside from the quick service Columbia Harbour House inside Magic Kingdom's Liberty Square, there is a sit-down restaurant called Liberty Tree Tavern. The Liberty Tree Tavern has its own unique secret food menu item. It’s called the Bell Burger and it’s humongous.

This Angus chuck cheeseburger is topped with bacon, cheddar, tomato, and lettuce. And if that isn't enough, you will also find an egg, garlic marmalade, and even some lobster next to a healthy serving of fries. The bun is a bit sweeter than your average hoagie but paired with this monument of a burger, it tastes just right.

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