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Super Nintendo World Food Guide

Super Nintendo World

After doing all of that racing, coin-collecting, and boss-battling throughout Super Nintendo World, you’re sure to work up quite the appetite. Not to worry! Universal’s newest theme-park land has you more than covered! In both current executions of the land in Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Japan, dine in a traditional cafe with a Mushroom Kingdom take. If you make your way over to Osaka, you’ll find additional snack stands offering fun-flavored popcorn and shell-shaped calzones filled with yakisoba. 

Let’s race through the menu in Mario’s domain!

Skip to: Kinopio’s Cafe | Pit Stop Popcorn | Yoshi’s Snack Island

Toadstool Cafe in Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood
Toadstool Cafe in Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood

Super Nintendo World dining – Kinopio’s Cafe/Toadstool Cafe

The flagship eatery of Super Nintendo World is Kinopio’s Cafe, also known as Toadstool Cafe in Hollywood, a toad’s house from the outside and a warmly furnished restaurant on the inside. The experience it provides is notable for two reasons: the mushroom flavoring it injects into nearly all of its dishes and treats, and the utilization of digital screens – not unlike the ones that you’d find at The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen here in Florida – to help bring the Toads’ world to life, showing the kitchen staff hard at work behind the scenes or affording Chef Toad himself the opportunity to welcome you personally to his establishment.

After you wait in line and order your food, you can eat at a table with the Mario polka-dot mushroom pattern, under a series of Power-Up items that have been emblazoned on the ceiling. Remember the aforementioned digital screens? While you dine in Chef Toad’s establishment, peer out the windows for captivating views of Mushroom Kingdom.

Toadstool Cafe Menu

Chef Toad is serving up a variety of dishes at Universal Studios Hollywood such as:

  • Super Star Chicken Salad – $14.99
  • Piranha Plant Caprese – $13.99
  • Yoshi’s Favorite Fruit & Veggie Salad – $13.99
  • Toadstool Cheesy Garlic Knots – $5.99
  • Mario Burger (Bacon, Mushroom, & Cheese) – $16.99
  • Luigi Burger (Pesto Grilled Chicken) – $15.99
  • Fire Flower Spaghetti & Meatballs – $15.99
  • ? Block Tiramisu – $9.99
  • Mt. Beanpole Cake – $8.99
  • Princess Peach Cupcake – $8.99
  • Mario Mini Burger Adventure Set – $12.99
  • Power-Up Spaghetti Marinara – $12.99
  • Super Star Lemon Squash – $8.00
  • Collectable Drink Sipper – $20.00
Toadstool Cafe Menu featuring Starters & Main Menu
Toadstool Cafe Menu featuring Starters & Main Menu
Toadstool Cafe Menu featuring Desserts, Beverages, & Kids Meals
Toadstool Cafe Menu featuring Desserts, Beverages, & Kids Meals
Toadstool Cheesy Garlic Knots
Toadstool Cheesy Garlic Knots
Piranha Plant Caprese
Piranha Plant Caprese
Yoshi's Favorite Fruit & Veggie Salad
Yoshi’s Favorite Fruit & Veggie Salad
Super Star Chicken Salad
Super Star Chicken Salad
Mario Burger
Mario Burger
Fire Flower Spaghetti & Meatballs
Fire Flower Spaghetti & Meatballs
Luigi Burger
Luigi Burger
Power-Up Spaghetti Marinara
Power-Up Spaghetti Marinara
Mario Mini Burger Adventure Set
Mario Mini Burger Adventure Set
? Block Tiramisu
? Block Tiramisu
Princess Peach Cupcake
Princess Peach Cupcake
Mt. Beanpole Cake
Mt. Beanpole Cake
Collectable Drink Sipper Super
Collectable Drink Sipper Super
Super Star Lemon Squash
Super Star Lemon Squash

Super Nintendo World dining – Pit Stop Popcorn (Universal Studios Japan Exclusive)

Mario Kart Popcorn Bucket at Super Nintendo World
Mario Kart Popcorn Bucket at Super Nintendo World

A themed land wouldn’t be complete without some quick grab-and-go options, and that’s exactly the case here, as well. Super Nintendo World, in fact, has two snack stands on-hand.

First up is Pit Stop Popcorn, which is located right next to the entrance of Mario Kart: Koopa’s Challenge and which serves two different – and unique – flavors of the delectable theme-park staple: Caramel Peach and Mushroom Cream.

Super Star Popcorn Bucket at Super Nintendo World
Super Star Popcorn Bucket at Super Nintendo World

Even more interestingly, you can get your popcorn in two different receptacles: a standard cardboard container and a premium bucket, which comes in the form of either Starman or, incredulously, Mario on his trusty racing kart. Both light up, but the latter is positively huge – and detailed. It’s a whole new type of collector’s item that we never knew we needed.

Super Nintendo World dining – Yoshi’s Snack Island (Universal Studios Japan Exclusive)

Green Shell Calzone at Super Nintendo World
Green Shell Calzone at Super Nintendo World

Then there’s Yoshi’s Snack Island, a play on the Yoshi’s Island videogame title and a counter that “specializes in treats for the road.” Here, you can find the Green Shell Calzone, which is filled with yakisoba (Japanese stir-fry noodles) and cheese, and Yoshi’s Lassi, a Super Mario take on the traditional Indian drink that comes in either cantaloupe or mango flavor.

Yoshi's Lassi at Super Nintendo World
Yoshi’s Lassi at Super Nintendo World

Look for Yoshi’s Snack Island near the exit from Yoshi’s Adventure.

(Partial photo credit to @Bee_my_honeyyy.)

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