My favorite extinct food at Disney's Hollywood Studios

It seems like I have the "kiss of death" when it comes to food at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Anything that I really enjoy seems to eventually disappear from the menu, but I can't help but yearn for one more chance to taste those dearly departed morsels. Maybe you remember some of these items too?

Chicken curry - ABC Commissary

The chicken curry was a staple of the ABC Commissary menu for years and only recently in the last month or so was removed from the menu.  What I liked about it was it was a definite departure from traditional theme park food.  As a fan of Indian food, this chicken curry wouldn't win any awards in Mumbai, but it certainly was a great alternative to have in the parks and it had great consistency.

Flatbreads - Studio Catering Co

Back in 2004-05, the Studios experimented with the idea of bringing a flatbread grill to Studio Catering Co as a way to refresh the tired menu.  The restaurant offered freshly made sandwiches on a flatbread such as gyros, lamb and kefta chicken sandwiches.  Once again, this was a great change in theme park food variety and the sandwiches were tasty as well.  The meats tasted fresh and the breads they used were of quite good quality.

Veggie Pita - Starring Rolls Bakery

I'm not a vegeterian by any means but I do love food that just tastes good and the veggie pita that used to be available at Starring Rolls was one of my favorite sandwiches in the park.  The generous serving of mediterranean veggies in a whole weat pita bread along with hummus really hit the spot.  I need to emphasize the word "generous" because this was a big sandwich and always hit the spot in terms of filling me up. 

What extinct food at Disney's Hollywood Studios do you miss the most?

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Posted: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 by