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Question of the Week: This is a variation of a food related question we had a few weeks ago… What is the best meal you’ve had at a quick service restaurant on Disney property?
Cassie -My personal favorite is probably the clam chowder bread bowls at The Pacific Wharf. Although, the bread bowls filled with gumbo in New Orleans Square also rock. Basically, I’m just a big fan of any soup served piping hot in a big ol’ sourdough cavern.
Kelsee -I hate to be a copy cat, but I have to copy Cassie and go with the Clam Chowder Sourdough bowls at Pacific Wharf Cafe in California Adventure. It’s always a stop for us at least one of the days of our vacation, and they are just as good as the authentic bowls in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf.
Leslie -Nachos from The Smokehouse in Downtown Disney are probably my favorite. They even cater to my allergies. Plus pulled pork on them is amazing. Makes for a great meal!
Melissa H. – Yet another copycat, but just a little different… I like the variety of bread bowl options available around the park. There are several different quick service areas including Pacific Wharf that offer a soup and sourdough bread bowl combination. I really enjoy the sourdough bowl and chili combination available at the Coke Corner on Main Street U.S.A. (I think you can also get this if you eat a meal at the Golden Horseshoe). Soup and bread is just so great!
Melissa L. – My favorite might just be the taco salad at Rancho del Zocalo in Frontierland. To me, a taco salad always sounds refreshing after being in the hot sun all day, plus it’s delicious!
Andrew – Although Rancho del Zocalo (Disneyland), Flame Tree BBQ (Animal Kingdom) and Katsura Grill (Epcot) are some of my current favorites, I think it’s extremely hard to beat Be Our Guest in Magic Kingdom. While they serve table-service meals at dinner time, they do quick service at lunch. They serve sandwiches and a few more complex dishes at lunch, all the ones that I’ve tried have been very good. The desserts are interesting and tasty. Where Be Our Guest sets itself apart is in the atmosphere and environment. It’s the best themed restaurant in Disney World and that’s including counter service places. While it’s hard to get a reservation (yes, even for a quick service lunch), this place makes most other counter service places pale in comparison.
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