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Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe

Pastries and other desserts are the order of the day at this bakery. While everything is good, things tend to be less heavy and rich than the offerings at the bakery in the France Pavilion. The Bakeri also has a selection of Scandinavian open-faced sandwiches and salad if you're looking for a light-lunch alternative.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: Behind the Stave Church on the left side of the Norway Pavilion.
  • Date Opened:
  • Seating: Outdoor tables
  • Service Type: Cafeteria service
  • Children's Meals: Peanut butter & jelly
  • Vegetarian Options: Vegetable torte, pastries
  • Annual Pass Discount: No
  • Reservations: None
 
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Menu as of April 2012

Sandwiches

Norwegian Club - Ham, turkey, bacon, Jarlsberg and Muenster cheese with fresh tomatoes, sliced red onion and lingonberry mayonnaise on toasted multigrain bread. $7.99
Ham and Apple Sandwich - Ham, apple, and Jarlsberg and Muenster cheese with a sweet apple chutney on toasted multigrain bread. $6.99
Salmon and Egg Sandwich - Salmon on open-faced sourdough bread with a goat cheese spread, hard-boiled egg slices, and red onion. $7.99
Roast Beef Sandwich - Roast beef, Jarlsberg, and caramelized onions served on ciabatta bread. $7.99
Vegetable Torte - with roasted mushrooms, spinach, potatoes, Jarlsberg and Muenster cheese. $5.99

 

Pastries

Cloudberry Horn - Cloudberry jam with whipped cream in a crispy pastry sugar-coated shell. $3.09
School Bread - Sweet cardamom bun filled with vanilla creme custard and topped with glazed and toasted coconut. $2.69
Lefse - Potato flatbread rolled with a sweet cinnamon butter. $1.99
Verdens Beste - Rum cake with custard and almond meringue topping. $3.59
Rullekake - Yellow cake layered with fresh raspberry filling and powdered sugar. $3.59
Apple and Cherry Danish - $2.69
Cinnamon Roll - $3.19
Kringla Sweet Pretzel - A sweet raisin pretzel glazed with icing and chocolate. $4.29
Kringla Sweet Pretzel with Almonds - A sweet raisin pretzel glazed with icing and toasted almonds. $4.29
Rice Cream - Rice pudding topped with strawberry sauce. $2.29
Berry Cream Puff - Puff pastry filled with whipped cream and fresh berries. $3.99
Chocolate Mousse Cake - Chocolate mousse with a homemade cookie crumb center covered with chocolate ganache. $3.99
Veiled Maiden - Layered whipped cream and applesauce topped with bread crumbs and cinnamon. $2.29

 

Sides

Fruit Cup - $3.39
Mixed Salad - $3.99

Kid's Meal

Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich - With carrot sticks and grapes, and your choice of 100% apple juice, 1% milk, or bottled water. Cookie, jello, applesauce or soft drink available by request. $5.49

Drinks

Soda - Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, Minute Maid Lemonade, Gold Peak Sweet Tea and Gold Peak Iced Tea. $2.59/$2.89
Dasani Bottled Water - $2.50
Voss Water - $3.25
Orange Juice - $2.39
Apple Juice  - $1.89
Lowfat Milk - $1.49
Coffee - $2.09
Hot Tea - $2.09
Nestle Hot Cocoa - $2.09
Cappuccino or Latte - $3.39
Espresso - $2.99
Bailey's and Coffee - with Bailey's Irish Creme. $7.25
Viking Coffee - Bailey's, Kamora liqueur, and coffee. $8.50
Carlsberg Draft Beer - $7.50
Cabernet Sauvignon - $6.25
White Zinfandel - $5.17
Chardonnay - $6.25
Aquavit - $8.25

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Average Reviewer Rating: 3.4 out of 53.4 out of 53.4 out of 53.4 out of 53.4 out of 5
Number of Kringla Bakeri Og Kafé Reviews: 5
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3.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.0   August 18-25, 3011
Reviewer: tinkaparis Connecticut     September 10, 2011
Our party wanted a quick lunch. We decided on the Kringla Bakeri more so for it's desserts than it's lunch offerings. For lunch, you could choose from several sandwiches that had roastbeef or salmon with cheeses and other garnishes. The sandwiches are all pre-made so it is difficult to say "hold the cheese or tomatoes". This was a definite minus. The sandwiches can also be put through the toaster so that they are hot. We opted on the roastbeef sandwich, cheese on the side and no tomatoes, cold. Our kid in the party didn't want a PB and J sandwich, which was the only kid offering so he decided to wait for the next available, nugget or burger. We also got a rice cream and a berri rollekake. We split the sandwich which is quite large. Because they are all cold and pre-made, the bread was not fresh at all and I am sure it would have tasted much better if it was hot. I ended up just eating the roast beef and cheese without the bread. The desserts on the other hand were amazing! They are very cheap, ranging from 2.50-3.75 and were great! In the future, I will probably just stick to a pretzel and salad here with a dessert.
 
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2.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.0   3/26/09
Reviewer: fluffystitch Honolulu, HI     June 21, 2009
We reached Norway at about 5:45 pm and decided to try their sandwiches for dinner. The club sandwich is $7.59 and includes turkey, ham, and bacon with a strange mayonnaise spread. We weren't sure what ingredients were mixed in with the mayonnaise, and we did not like the taste of this. Overall, this was a disappointing meal. If you want a good sandwich, I would recommend the Earl of Sandwich at Downtown Disney. (Also, a word of warning for those with nut allergies; the bread that they use here is filled with walnuts.)
 
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4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   September 29, 2006
Reviewer: lisaboo Sacramento, CA     October 18, 2006
The food here was fairly good, although I was less than impressed with the dining area. My fiance and I split a meal through the dining plan. We had the ham and jarlsberg open-faced sandwich, some type of cheese soup and lefse bread for dessert. The sandwich was adequate, but nothing fantastic. The soup, on the other hand, was delicious and a unique taste. I really enjoyed the lefse bread, although my fiance did not, but I knew what to expect since I have had it before. (Sort of a flat potato bread rolled up with cinnamon sugar and butter.)

The dining area was outside, very small and had not been cleaned regularly. We had to move trash off a table to be able to sit down and there was more trash all over the stone wall surrounding the patio. Overall, I would not make a point of returning, but if I happened to be near there and hungry again I would stop in for some soup and lefse.
 
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History and Trivia - Hide Section
The bathrooms just behind the bakery were originally built as part of a proposed Denmark pavilion, hence their distinctive architecture different from the rest of the Norway pavilion.


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