Friar’s Nook in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom introduced a new menu today, serving a number of “loaded potato tots” dishes and a fried Twinkie for dessert.
The Friar’s Nook is located between Storybook Treats and the Princess Fairytale Hall in Fantasyland, across from the castle wall.
Loaded Buffalo Chicken Tots ($9.49)
The standout of the bunch is the Buffalo Chicken variety. The chicken itself is well prepared with the buffalo sauce adding a nice spicy kick, offset by the bleu cheese. It’s hard to mess up tater tots, so they’re obviously good. Considering there are full entrees at counter service locations you could get for this price, the portion size isn’t great, but it is nice to have the option and more variety in the park.
Loaded Greek Tots ($9.49)
The Loaded Greek Tots came with almost nothing on them and what was on the tots (taziki sauce, peppers, and olives) was forgettable and pretty bland. I wouldn’t bother with these again.
Loaded Fiesta Tots ($9.49)
The second best of the group, these are enjoyable if you are a fan of a traditional taco flavor. The quest, tomato, and beef are what you would expect from a counter service location, but were flavorful enough to make this a valid option.
Fried Twinkie ($4.99)
The fried Twinkie is available with one of four toppings: Strawberry, Caramel, Chocolate, or Vanilla.
We tried strawberry and chocolate toppings. You can have them mix the toppings as well if you’d like.
If you’ve never had a fried Twinkie, this is a pretty standard representation, but I’ve had better. It’s good, I just think there are a lot of other fried or baked treat at the Magic Kingdom that I would rather have. It’s worth a try if you have never had one, just to say you have I suppose. It was fairly dry and somewhat flavorless in our opinion.