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Pinocchio Village Haus at Disney's Magic Kingdom

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Your rating: None Average: 3.3 (87 votes)

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Land:
Fantasyland

Type:
Counter service

Food type:
Italian

Despite the name, don't expect authentic German food here. The Village Haus restaurant offers meatball subs, pizza, and salads for a hearty meal.

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Sunday, October 27, 2013 08:00

We will be taking a look around the Walt Disney World theme parks including some Halloween d├ęcor, a Seven Dwarfs Mine Train update and more.

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Reviews of Pinocchio Village Haus:

The best Fast Food Restaurant of the park
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)
on Sunday, May 17, 2015 11:51

As an Annual Passholder, I am constantly in the park. And when my party and me go all together, we would eat pretzels, popcorn and Mickey's bars. But when the hunger is big, and you want something to go quick, this is the only better one.

After the 2014 menu changes in Cosmic Ray, Starlight Cafe, Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, where chicken burgers, salads and other stuff aren't the most delicious, the only one left is Pinocchio Village Haus.

It's menu has became the most decent one for fast food. The Flatbread pizzas, the salads, and the subs served have an authentical Disney theme park taste: more delicious, but prepared in hurry and served in carton and plastic.

It is the best option if you don't want to have a full 2-hour dining experience, or if you're low on budget, or harried by FastPasses in time. Regardless the wonderful view to It's A Small World where you can wave to everyone who passes.

5
Pinocchio Village Haus
Submitted by sirusstest
on Thursday, October 17, 2013 19:33

In the mood for some flatbread pizza.....but quickly? Well if you find yourself over in the Fantasyland section of The Magic Kingdom, hop on over into the Pinocchio Village Haus and grab yourself a bite.

Located adjacent to "It's a Small World" and across from "Mickey's Philharmagic", the restaurant is your basic, run-of-the-mill quick service dining that you'll find in various places throughout the park. Only here, the main food items are flatbread pizzas (formerly they were regular personal pan pizzas but that has since changed), and throughout the building you'll find painted scenes from the beloved Disney animated film "Pinocchio", including ones of the puppet/boy himself, Gipetto, and even El Monstro (the whale).

In one section, you can sit and look through the glass into the ride queue and loading area of "It's a Small World" as you munch on your pizza, guzzle down a standard beverage (tea, lemonade, coke, etc), small dessert, and head out on your way into the park.

The flatbreads here are ok, but personally I miss having an actual personal pizza to chow down on. They do come with a salad and various dressings (in packets) and the portions are actually pretty decent. The prices are typical as you'd find in any MK quick-service dining spot, and the food is pretty good.....or at least filling enough to charge your batteries and get you going again, out enjoying the Disney magic.

4

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