Kringla Bakeri og Kafe is the venerable quick service outlet on the left side of Norway Proper with Frozen Ever After straight ahead.
You may remember the Margaritas stand that stood across from La Hacienda de San Angel in the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot. It closed a few days before the Frozen stuff opened in Norway, ostensibly so this website wouldn’t post sarcastic wide angle pictures of the Royal Sommerhus with a margarita stand sitting in front of it.
As is the case with most BREAKING news stories involving incremental price increases at Disney World quick services, easydubz was the first to bring you the news that La Cantina would be serving breakfast daily.
As if there’s any question that Frozen is going to open at 9am daily, Mexico offers breakfast now pic.twitter.com/5pktaZpfIt
— josh (@easywdw) June 17, 2016
Since I know my readership so well, I won’t waste your time:
With the Food and Wine Festival being the focus of most of our Epcot coverage in just a couple of weeks now, I thought it would be prudent to take a Pavilion-by-Pavilion look at a variety of things that I haven’t had time to impart yet. Here we’ll begin in Future World then move to Mexico to review the breakfast menu at La Cantina de San Angel and the kiosk that temporarily replaces the Margarita stand, in addition to a look around the pyramid. Then on to Norway for a review of Kringla’s breakfast and some cupcakes and to see how Frozen Ever After and Royal Sommerhus are doing. China includes a look at the Shanghai Disneyland exhibit, a few new entrees at Lotus Blossom, and two dinners at Nine Dragons. Germany might be sparse at the moment but we’ll check in on the new entertainment and drink offerings. Italy is Via Napoli dinner. U.S. might just be merchandise. In Japan, we’ll take a look at new drinks and alcoholic kakigoris. A look around Morocco. A review of the all-day menu at Chefs de France, in addition to the new croissant sandwich at the Boulangerie and some Paris merchandise. I’ll probably forget that I’m doing this by the time we get to the UK but you never know.
We’ll join what appears to be the 17 other people that took a wrong turn at Epcot and ended up at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.