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Thread: What food is a must try in America?

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    I know people say we have to go and try funnel cakes but what else is there that we should try in Orlando whilst we're there :D

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    Hmmmm... funnel cakes? Really?

    Well, I'm not sure where you are coming from, but I'll guess the UK?

    The food is quite similar, but you may consider the beef/steak to be nicer?

    How about a patty melt somewhere, or OOOOH! Wait!!!! TooJay's Deli in Dr. Phillips! That could be almost the quintessential Orlando deli experience. It's no where near NYC, but hey neither is Orlando. :D






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    They sell funnel cakes in Epcot not to far from the American Aventure.

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    and at MK Sleepy Hollow. We preferred the ones at the water park, now was it Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon? I know someone on here will know for sure.




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    Make sure the funnel cake is fresh and hot. It's gross if it's not.












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    Are you asking about "real food" or Disney treats? It's really quite different!

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