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The three best quick service breakfasts in Walt Disney World

There are plenty of snacks and pastries across property, and there’s no shortage of breakfast buffets and character meals. Among them is a selection of quick service restaurants that service some of the best and most iconic breakfast foods in Walt Disney World® Resort.

Captain Cook’s

The small restaurant set within Disney’s Polynesian Resort has one of Disney’s most iconic breakfast foods: Tonga Toast. The massive block of French toast is filled with bananas, deep fried and rolled in cinnamon sugar. The restaurant has other standard breakfast foods, including a flatbread and burrito.

There’s plenty of great outdoor seating too, with a patio looking out at much of the resort’s grounds. It’s worth the trip just to pick up one of the specialty breakfast items, and if you’re in a hurry to get to the parks, you can just take it to go.

Les Halles Boulangerie-Patissie

There is no shortage of places to get pastries in Epcot®, but the dining hotspot in France is king of them all. It opens at 9 a.m., earlier than much of World Showcase, and operates until late at night. Few things, though, beat enjoying one of their out-of-this-world pastries first thing in the morning at one of France’s many outdoor tables.

Sleepy Hollow

Located in Magic Kingdom® Park, breakfast items aren’t exclusive to this refreshment shop, and in fact, only make up a small portion of the menu. Yet, the excellence of its fresh fruit waffle sandwich alone makes it the top quick service location to grab breakfast in one of Disney’s most iconic parks.

A great side view of Cinderella Castle compliments an already excellent breakfast, making this dining location a morning must-stop for nearly all guests.

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