General Information

Location: To the left as you enter Fantasyland Theater.

Date Opened:

Seating: No dedicated seating, but you can take food into theater.

Service Type: Counter service

Children's Meals: Kid's Power Pack

Vegetarian Options: Pretzel Bites with Cheese Sauce; Apple Slices with Caramel Dipping Sauce

Annual Pass Discount: 15% off for Premium passholders; 10% off for all other levels

Reservations: No

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Menu Information

Menu as of September 2013

Bratwurst - Seasoned pork sausage in a Garlic & Herb Brioce with Hickory Smoked Bacon Sauerkraut $7.69
Pretzel Bites with Cheese Sauce -  $4.99
Kid's Power Pack -  Dannon Danimals yogurt, sliced apples, carrots, petite banana and whole-grain "fish" crackers. Includes choice of small low-fat milk, or small Dasani water. Minute Maid juice box or small Nesquick chocolate milk available upon request $5.99

Apple Slices with Caramel Dipping Sauce  - $3.69
Cinnamon-Apple Baton- Flakey Twisted Pastry filled with apples and cinnamon $3.69
Nestle Dibs Bite Sized Snacks - $4.89

Souvenier Popcorn Bucket - $5.49

 

Drinks

Soft Drinks - Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite, Fanta Orange, Minute Maid Light Lemonade, Gold Peak Tea - (Sweetened or Unsweetened). Regular $3.19/ Large $3.49
Souvenir Sipper - Includes soft drink at time of purchase $6.99
Dasani water - $2.79
Hot Tea - $2.79
Hot Cocoa - $2.79
Coffee - Regular or decaffeinated $2.79
 

If a menu is presented here it is for guidance purposes only. Menus can change without notice and at some restaurants daily. If you have specific dietary needs or questions it is best to contact the restaurant directly for information. If you'd like to notify us that a menu has changed, or you can provide the complete information, please let us know through our email form.

History and Trivia

  • At this location: This fast-food counter location first opened on June 19, 1985, under the name Yumz and provided food for those visiting Videopolis which opened at the same time. In 1995 Videopolis was refurbished and it became the Fantasyland Theater. The first show hosted in that theater was The Spirit of Pocahontas and accordingly, on June 23, 1995, Yumz was renamed Meeko's. That name lasted until the close of the Pocahontas show on September 5, 1997. For the next several years various shows played in the theater and in 1998 Meeko's finally reopened as Troubador Treats before closing in 2004 to reopen as Enchanted Cottage Sweets and Treats to accompany the Snow White—An Enchanting Musical stage show.
  • The Restaurant's History: When the Snow White show went permanently dark in September 2006, Enchanted Cottage closed for a month with the theater but remained essentially unchanged when the theater reopened with Disney Princess Fantasy Faire. The location was formerly sponsored by Nestle Ice Cream.